CIA Operations Hack Household Devices Due to Pokémon Code Names

The CIA just might be hacking your household’ devices thanks to Pokémon Code Names. On March the 7th, WikiLeaks, an international document archive, mentioned a treasure, an evidence that America’s Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) is hacking into Smartphones and computers on houses to supervise them. There has been a debate on whether it was right to simply hack in without the consent of people, mainly without their knowledge or not. Thus, it spread out wild conspiracy theories. However, the silver lining here is that perhaps the agents are just geeky.

The CIA are hacking into personal devices using the Android operating system. Devices such as: Dugtrio (4.0 to 4.1.2), Lugia(MSM devices up to 4.4), and Stramie(4.0 to 4.3, Samsung Galaxy Tab 2, Galaxy Note) The Pokémon code names take up about a third of the Android OS exploits. Also, these names only go up to Generation 2. Furthermore, Weeping Angel, the most debatable program, allows agents to hack into Samsung TVs. Weeping Angel hence the British sci-fi TV series Doctor Who.

There was absolutely no commentary on this said leak, yet officials say anonymously that the documents “appear to be authentic.”

On the other hand, apart from that evidence, Pokémon Go developer Niantic prove to have links to American Intelligence agencies. Mainly due to its original development for military use. Who knew such agents were geeky and nerdy to this point?