Emails stolen in the Hacking Team breach and leaked online by the still unknown attackers continue to be analyzed, and offer insight into the inner workings and controversial relationships the infamous Italian spyware maker engaged in.
Continuing with its “Did GCHQ Illegally Spy On You?” campaign, Privacy International has set up a website with instructions for individuals and organizations on how to petition the UK Investigatory Powers Tribunal (IPT) to check whether the UK GCHQ spied on them.
Vormetric did a survey on how Americans view "backdoor" access by government entities to the encrypted data of private businesses.
On Friday, the UK High Court has declared Data Retention and Investigatory Powers Act (DRIPA) unlawful.
How did Hacking Team make sure that its Remote Control System (RCS) spyware will remain on targets' computers even if they reinstall their OS, format their hard drives or install a new hard disk? The answer is: by using a UEFI BIOS rootkit.
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