WikiLeaks recently revealed that the CIA may have been conducting secret surveillance of home, office and public wireless routers for years! The Engineering Group, an elite hacking unit, is using a tool named Cherry Blossom to monitor specific information on the target’s computer. It also has the capability to redirect browsers and scan contact information located anywhere on the computer. The CIA files that were discovered contained user and installation guides, manuals, charts and maps. Since 2012 the CIA has utilized 25 different devices by at least 10 manufacturers and we're still not sure if the implant has been retired today. Security breaches can happen to anyone, anywhere – you never know who’s watching.