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[liberationtech] Recent Malware in Syria

Rafal Rohozinski r.rohozinski at psiphon.ca
Thu Mar 15 07:34:02 PDT 2012


There is a CS  malware working group that's been established. Secdev is involved (via  freedom house supported project) and membership in the working group overlaps with several other groups working in this area including those you listed. The Citizen Lab also has a malware research project that is working on targeted malware attacks that includes Syria.

Rafal


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On 2012-03-15, at 10:21 AM, Andrew Lewis <lta893 at gmail.com> wrote:

> It looks like at least Telecomix, Torproject and EFF are working on the recent threats to come out of Syria, is there anyone else looking into it besides them? It may also make sense to combine efforts in some way. 
> 
> -Andrew
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