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WikiLeaks said Tuesday that leaked documents published to its site reveal that the CIA has a global covert hacking program through which it can exploit dozens of weaknesses in various popular tech products. CNET is unable to verify whether the documents are real or have been altered. Meanwhile, the CIA said it doesn't comment "on the authenticity or content of purported intelligence documents."

This slideshow offers a look at some of the tech WikiLeaks says is vulnerable. Google's Android mobile operating system is reportedly among the affected systems. Google declined to comment.

WikiLeaks has a long track record of releasing top secret government documents , and experts who've started to sift through the material said it appears legitimate, according to CBS News. It's unclear, though, whether these programs are still running and whether they affect the latest versions of the hardware and software.

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WikiLeaks said Tuesday that leaked documents published to its site reveal that the CIA has a global covert hacking program through which it can exploit dozens of weaknesses in various popular tech products. CNET is unable to verify whether the documents are real or have been altered. Meanwhile, the CIA said it doesn't comment "on the authenticity or content of purported intelligence documents."

This slideshow offers a look at some of the tech WikiLeaks says is vulnerable. Google's Android mobile operating system is reportedly among the affected systems. Google declined to comment.

WikiLeaks has a long track record of releasing top secret government documents , and experts who've started to sift through the material said it appears legitimate, according to CBS News. It's unclear, though, whether these programs are still running and whether they affect the latest versions of the hardware and software.

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