WikiLeaks has released a new collection of documents, this time from the CIA with information about the spy agency's various programs to hack and exploit mobile phones, smart TVs and other gadgets. Among other things, revealed that the CIA has a special department dedicated solely to find unknown security flaws (so-called "zero days") in the IOS that can be used to hack and access information on the iPhone.
Apple has now commented on CIA leak, and says the company is deeply committed to protecting the privacy of users. The company says that many of the specific safety concerns WikiLeaks documents reveal already found and clogged in the current version of IOS. For the shortcomings actually been unknown works company developers to quickly get bug fixes.
Several iOS developer who has been viewing documents have also commented on Twitter and said that they have not seen anything really new, reports 9 to 5 Mac.