Citizen Lab's latest news and announcements.
Researchers at the Information Warfare Monitor uncovered a suspected cyber espionage network of over 1,295 infected hosts in 103 countries. This finding comes at the close of a 10-month investigation of alleged Chinese cyber spying against Tibetan institutions that consisted of fieldwork, technical scouting, and laboratory analysis. Close to 30% of the infected hosts are… Read more »
Prof Deibert recently did a radio interview with Radio Canada International’s “MASALA CANADA with Wojtek Gwiazda.” Wojtek sent us an MP3 of the interview, which can be accessed here. In the interview, Deibert discusses with Gwiazda the Citizen Lab, the OpenNet Initiative, and the ONI Asia project, supported by IDRC Canada. Radio Canada International’s Masala… Read more »
This manual ‘Bypassing Internet Censorship’ provides an introduction to the topic and explains some of the software and methods most often used for circumventing censorship. There is some information on avoiding surveillance and other means of detection while bypassing censorship, however this is a large topic by itself so we have only touched on it… Read more »
We are pleased to announce our release of a major investigate report, Breaching Trust: An analysis of surveillance and security practices on Chinaâ€™s TOM-Skype platform, written by Nart Villeneuve, Psiphon Fellow, the Citizen Lab, at the Munk Centre for International Studies, the University of Toronto. The full report can be downloaded here:here John Markoff of… Read more »
I am pleased to announce that Greg Walton will be joining the Citizen Lab. Greg Walton is the senior security researcher for ONI Asia, and the first SecDev fellow at the Citizen Lab. He is a graduate of the Department of Peace Studies, University of Bradford (International Relations and Security Studies), and holds an MSc… Read more »
With a call to join him in a battle to protect the Internet, political scientist Ron Deibert launched the Research With Impact series of public events from the Faculty of Arts & Science last Wednesday evening. The series will provide a glimpse into what some of theDeibert – Hacking Back Lecture most original scholars in… Read more »
TORONTO — Here in the Citizen Lab at the University of Toronto, a new breed of hackers is conducting digital espionage. They are among a growing number of investigators who monitor how traffic is routed through countries, where Web sites are blocked and why it’s all happening. Now they are turning their scrutiny to a… Read more »