WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange contacted Apple, Google, Microsoft and other U.S. technology companies, and promised to provide access to the exploits of the CIA in exchange for the performance of certain secret requirements. It is reported by the Motherboard.
According to the publication, Assange sent management a letter in which he promised to send the description of the hacker weapon of the CIA after performing several obligations. They were contained in letters attached to the document. Sources claim that from tech giants, in particular, is required not to close discovered vulnerabilities within 90 days.
In early March, WikiLeaks published massive archive of documents from the CIA entitled "Asylum 7" (Vault 7). It argues that the security services use software tools to access the phones running the operating systems iOS and Android, computers, Windows and smart TVs from Samsung.
Themselves malware was not published. WikiLeaks promised to publish them only in case of reaching "consensus" in their analysis and disposal.
A Twitter user with the nickname @NasMaraj published a picture of a sad bulldog and told the story about how none of the neighborhood dogs came to the party in honor of his birthday. The gained viral popularity, but later the owner of the account said that he invented the holiday, and the dog.
Twitter users started a flash mob, in which he spoke about the most ridiculous things, annoying their mothers. Its initiator was a journalist from London, Carl Anka. He asked followers to share stories about the strangeness of their mothers. He talked about the fact that his mother does not tolerate archaeologists.
In Facebook is gaining popularity unusual phrase that users add to the avatar — "please don't swear on my page, thank you." Journalists are unable to figure out why a strange inscription has gained viral popularity, but have noticed that many people just add it to their profile photo.
The President of the United States Donald trump proposed to the house Committee on intelligence to investigate relations with Russia former Secretary of state Hillary Clinton and a number of representatives of the democratic party. We are talking about "the deal, which allowed a considerable proportion of uranium go to Russia", as well as the reset of relations between Moscow and Washington.
Avalanche has covered three cars on the 255-kilometer strategic highway Bishkek-Osh in Kyrgyzstan. In one of them were four employees of the Ministry of transport and roads of the Republic they died on the spot. Six others rescuers managed to extract from under the rubble alive.
Sanctions against Russian defense companies was developed by the administration of former U.S. President Barak Obama said in the state Department. The decision to impose restrictive measures, concerning "the current group of individuals and legal entities" was adopted on January 17, three days before the inauguration of Donald trump.