Here are some interesting Twitter reactions regarding the WikiLeaks release of 8,761 documents and files they claim originate from an isolated, high-security network situated inside the CIA’s Center for Cyber Intelligence in Langley, Virgina.
— EFF (@EFF) March 8, 2017
..what Wikileaks won't tell you: almost everything in their dump is dreadfully ordinary, widely known by the cybersec/hacking community
— Rob Graham٩(●̮̮̃●̃) (@ErrataRob) March 8, 2017
By spreading lies about secure communication methods, Wikileaks pureposely instills fear, uncertainty, and doubt in the most vulnerable.
— SwiftOnSecurity (@SwiftOnSecurity) March 8, 2017
After hours of reading my conclusion is that #Vault7 contains nothing shocking at all, just an agency doing targeted work as you'd expect.
— Melvin ♾͉̖͚̇͠ (@showthread) March 8, 2017
My stance on #Vault7 I think the dump is a good indicator that tax $ is actually going towards an agency being successful n their mission
— indi303 (@indi303) March 7, 2017
What have we learned? CIA uses Agile, StackOverflow, and isn’t qualified to give an “intro to rootkits” talk at @defcon
— the grugq (@thegrugq) March 7, 2017
If you prioritise reading the #Vault7 docs over securing your (clients) infrastructure, you’re doing it wrong.
— Wim Remes (@wimremes) March 7, 2017
Today we're once again reminded that everyone and everything is just one zero-day away from compromise.
— Jeremiah Grossman (@jeremiahg) March 7, 2017
#Vault7 summary: the CIA is doing their job exactly as you'd reasonably expect them to. Here's Tom with the weather…
— Liam O (@liamosaur) March 8, 2017
Remember the CIA is not the NSA. Different missions, different targets, different tools.
— Space Rogue (@spacerog) March 7, 2017
Re CIA leak: I will never understand the glee some Americans express when harm befalls the important mission of our intelligence community.
— Chris Eng (@chriseng) March 7, 2017
— Micah Lee (@micahflee) March 7, 2017