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+ - Mobile Trojans Rear Their Head, Repressive Governments Go For Their Checkbooks->

Submitted by blando
blando (2725345) writes "Between February and March of 2011, at the height of Egypt’s tumultuous revolution, protesters stormed the offices of their feared State Security Investigations Service in Alexandria and Sixth of October city, on the edge of Cairo. It was there, amongst evidence of detentions, torture and surveillance at SSIS’s headquarters, that information first came to light regarding a sales pitch by UK-based Gamma Group to Egypt’s security agency for their FinFisher spyware."
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Mobile Trojans Rear Their Head, Repressive Governments Go For Their Checkbooks

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