This post describes the results of a comprehensive global Internet scan for the command and control servers of FinFisher’s surveillance software. It also details the discovery of a campaign using FinFisher in Ethiopia that may have been used to target individuals linked to an opposition group. Additionally, it provides examination of a FinSpy Mobile sample found in the wild, which appears to have been used in Vietnam.
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Bloomberg Business Week reports on joint Citizen Lab and University of New Mexico research on surveillance in the TOM-Skype instant messaging client (Chinese version of Skype).
Citizen Lab Post-Doctoral Fellow Philippa Gill and Senior Analytics and Visualization Developer Greg Wiseman will participate at this year’s Boston Freedom in Online Communications Day (BFOC), taking place on 8 March 2013.
This edition of the Latin America and the Caribbean CyberWatch covers related developments from Mexico, Cuba, Bolivia, Bahamas, Argentina, and Brazil.
This report, written and coordinated by Citizen Lab Technical Advisor Morgan Marquis-Boire, analyzes several samples we believe to be mobile variants of the FinFisher Spy Kit targeting iPhone, Android, Blackberry, Windows Mobile and Symbian platforms. It is a follow-on to a previous research brief, From Bahrain with Love: FinFisher's Spy Kit Exposed?, that analyzed several pieces of malware targeting Bahraini dissidents.
Kaspersky Lab isn’t just an antivirus company; it’s also a leader in uncovering cyber-espionage.
Luis Horacio Nájera spoke about the youth movement known as YoSoy132 and their activities during the presidential campaign.
Citizen Lab Research Fellow Luis Horacio Nájera was a guest on Al Jazeera’s Inside Story where he spoke with host Anand Naidoo and other guests about Mexico’s war on journalism and free expression.
Citizen Lab Research Fellow Luis Horacio Nájera was interviewed after 49 dismembered bodies were found in northern Mexico.