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[liberationtech] FW: Did Syria replace Facebook's securitycertificate with a forged one?
katrin at mobileactive.org
Sun May 22 05:02:45 PDT 2011
Where is this "discussion" happening? Links? More info?
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From: "10 com" <10com at operamail.com>
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Date: Sun, 22 May 2011 13:15:53
To: <liberationtech at lewman.us>; <liberationtech at lists.stanford.edu>
Subject: Re: [liberationtech] FW: Did Syria replace Facebook's security
certificate with a forged one?
interesting theme ->
Question 1. Do US companies like Google (gmail, YouTube) and Microsoft
(yahoo, skype, hotmail) allow third-parties to monitor there
Question 2. Can third-parties monitor online services from US companies
like Google, Microsoft without the consent / knowledge of the
Within the European Union a discours started, how companies should
adressed to when playing a (technical) role in conflicts on human
10com at operamail.com
On Sat, 21 May 2011 10:23 -0400, liberationtech at lewman.us wrote:
> On Fri, May 06, 2011 at 08:52:41AM +0800, crates at oneotaslopes.org wrote
> 2.1K bytes in 56 lines about:
> : Andrew, do we have proof of MITM attacks in Tunisia? Iran?
> Proof is hard to come by. I have had chats with people in countries who
> have claimed they are seeing certs from their govt telco authority for
> gmail, yahoo, skype, msn, etc.
> None of these people took screenshots of the ssl cert presented nor
> saved the cert. Due to a lack of evidence, other than word of mouth, I
> consider this hearsay. However, I've heard the rumor enough to wonder
> if there is anything real behind it.
> Specifically, when viewing gmail, when looking at the ssl
> cert presented, it was claimed the 'Issued by' is from their govt, not
> an accepted CA.
>  https://www.google.com/accounts/ServiceLogin....
> pgp key: 0x74ED336B
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