“What is Vault 7? Where is Vault 7? When is Vault 7?” These are the questions that Wikileaks has tweeted, along with two pictures of what seems like an underground facility, and the two remaining questions, why and who, is Vault 7 seem to have the internet going in a frenzy for what Vault 7 could possibly mean.
Wikileaks began tweeting out a series of cryptic tweets with the hashtag #Vault7 on Feb. 4, suggesting that the international whistleblowing organization has something juicy in store for the public very soon.
UPDATE: 1:00 P.M. EST – 2/7/17 – Wikileaks tweeted out “Who is Vault7?,” with a picture of Snowden, Manning and Assange.
UPDATE: 1:00 P.M. EST – 2.8/17 – Wikileaks tweeted out “Why is Vault7?,” with a strange image of what looks like a steel worker welding.
An anonymous account named “AnonScan” gave their input, tweeting out even more cryptic material and a riddle with several videos, including a video that shows Julian Assange calling the U.S. government, and warning the U.S. State Dept. of a massive un-redacted cable leak that isn’t from them.
The video ends with “it’s time,” an echoed term that has previously been tweeted by Snowden as well. The group’s riddle, “the answer is there right in front of you, if you know the alphabet Google is your friend.. or maybe not,” appears to suggest that Google may have blocked viewing these bases, as they have done for other U.S. military bases and facilities.