This publication will enable investigative journalists, forensic experts and the general public to better identify and understand covert CIA infrastructure components.
Source code published in this series contains software designed to run on servers controlled by the CIA. Like WikiLeaks' earlier Vault7 series, the material published by WikiLeaks does not contain 0-days or similar security vulnerabilities which could be repurposed by others.
README for PolarSSL -- COMPILING There are currently three active build systems within the PolarSSL releases: - Make - CMake - Microsoft Visual Studio The main system used for development is CMake. That system is always the most up-to-date. The others should reflect all changes present in the CMake build system, but some features are not ported there by default. --- Make In order to build the source using Make, just enter at the command line: make In order to run the tests, enter: make check --- CMake In order to build the source using CMake, just enter at the command line: cmake . make There are 3 different active build modes specified within the CMake buildsystem: - Release This generates the default code without any unnecessary information in the binary files. - Debug This generates debug information and disables optimization of the code. - Coverage This generates code coverage information in addition to debug information. Switching build modes in CMake is simple. For debug mode, enter at the command line: cmake -D CMAKE_BUILD_TYPE:String="Debug" . In order to run the tests, enter: make test --- Microsoft Visual Studio The build files for Microsoft Visual Studio are generated for Visual Studio 6.0 all future Visual Studio's should be able to open and use this older version of the build files. The workspace 'polarssl.dsw' contains all the basic projects needed to build the library and all the programs. The files in tests are not generated and compiled, as these need a perl environment as well.