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[liberationtech] Recent Malware in Syria

Collin Anderson collin at averysmallbird.com
Thu Mar 15 13:33:12 PDT 2012


Rafal,

I appreciate the information on SecDev's involvement; immediately after the
CNN article Telecomix was able to coordinate a number of resources,
binaries, document and contacts. While I understand this was a matter
SecDev has began an investigation into prior to the report,
disappointingly, it seemed to have been done in isolation.

Telecomix only became aware of its effort after a registrar they were
coordinating with began to work with SecDev. For the past month, TCX has
continued its research in a professional capacity and has resources that
SecDev may not. I hope you pass along a message to all that you know who
are working on Syria, that they are welcome to everything that has been
collected by TCX in this process.

Cordially,
Collin

On Thu, Mar 15, 2012 at 10:34 AM, Rafal Rohozinski
<r.rohozinski at psiphon.ca>wrote:

> 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
>
>
> Sent from my PsiPhone
>
> 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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*Collin David Anderson*
averysmallbird.com | @cda | Washington, D.C.
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