WikiLeaks offers CIA hacking documents to Apple, Microsoft and Google to help fix software vulnerabilities

WikiLeaks wants to give Apple, Google and Samsung ‘exclusive access’ to details of the CIA’s hacking tools.

It comes after the organisation published 8,761 documents dubbed ‘Year Zero’, what it said was the first in a part of leaks on the agency that Wikileaks has dubbed ‘Vault 7′. The organisation claims to have more than 700,000 secret CIA documents that it is sifting through.