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[liberationtech] Finfisher Spy Kit Revealed in Bahrain

Collin Anderson collin at averysmallbird.com
Wed Jul 25 21:59:06 PDT 2012


While Finfisher and company are not American entities, the targets in this
case have been U.S. persons. I suggest those with time and interest write
to their members on Congress on the horrible lack of regulation over these
weapons, particularly if your representation had the foresight to oppose
arms sales to Bahrain this year.

Ron Wyden, United States Senator
James P. McGovern, Member of Congress
Barbara Boxer, United States Senator
John Conyers, Jr., Member of Congress
Jeff Merkley, United States Senator
Peter A. DeFazio, Member of Congress
Keith Ellison, Member of Congress
Bob Filner, Member of Congress
Raul M. Grijalva, Member of Congress
Janice Hahn, Member of Congress
Rush D. Holt, Member of Congress
Michael M. Honda, Member of Congress
Jesse L. Jackson, Jr., Member of Congress
Barbara Lee, Member of Congress
Jim McDermott, Member of Congress
James P. Moran, Member of Congress
John W. Olver, Member of Congress
Janice D. Schakowsky, Member of Congress
Pete Stark, Member of Congress
Maxine Walters, Member of Congress
Lynn C. Woolsey, Member of Congress
Tom Harkin, United States Senator
Robert Mendendez, United States Senator
Sherrod Brown, United States Senator


On Wednesday, July 25, 2012, Jacob Appelbaum <jacob at appelbaum.net> wrote:
> Ronald Deibert:
>> For Immediate Release
>>
>> From Bahrain With Love: FinFisher’s Spy Kit Exposed?
>>
>> July 25, 2012 -- The Citizen Lab announces the publication of a detailed
post analyzing several pieces of malware targeting Bahraini dissidents,
shared with us by Bloomberg News.
>
> I just wanted to say that this is the best news I've read in a very long
> time. Thanks for your efforts on this - FinFisher is bad news and you're
> helping a lot of people by exposing their targeted malware.
>
> In an ideal world, I'd like to see a tool for detecting FinSpy on a disk
> - it should be possible for the currently deployed FinSpy stuff - I
> suspect they'll make some changes soon but that won't make too much of a
> difference for the cache of disks already sitting in a lab.
>
> The FinSpy network traffic is also really interesting - the fact that
> they don't stand up to the most obvious of traffic analysis is
> *hilarious* and so fitting.
>
> All the best,
> Jake
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-- 
*Collin David Anderson*
averysmallbird.com | @cda | Washington, D.C.
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