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Litigation and Other Formal Complaints Concerning Targeted Digital Surveillance and the Digital Surveillance Industry - 12 décembre 2018
This is a living resource document providing links and descriptions to litigation and other formal complaints concerning digital surveillance and the digital surveillance industry. If you have additional resources to add to this document, please send to Siena Anstis : siena [at] citizen lab [dot] ca. This document (...)

Tracking NSO Group’s Pegasus Spyware to Operations in 45 Countries - 13 novembre 2018
Between August 2016 and August 2018, we scanned the Internet for servers associated with NSO Group’s Pegasus spyware. We found 1,091 IP addresses that matched our fingerprint and 1,014 domain names that pointed to them. We developed and used Athena, a novel technique to cluster some of our matches into 36 distinct (...)

How the Saudis may have spied on Jamal Khashoggi - 2 novembre 2018
Omar Abdulaziz, a 27-year-old Saudi Arabian dissident, can still remember the time Jamal Khashoggi, the storied Saudi journalist, unfollowed him on Twitter. It was in 2015, and Khashoggi had been tapped to head a new TV network called Al-Arab, a partnership between a member of the royal family and Bloomberg. (...)

How a Canadian permanent resident and Saudi Arabian dissident was targeted with powerful spyware on Canadian soil - 24 octobre 2018
Following a Citizen Lab report that identified the presence of NSO’s Pegasus spyware technology in Quebec, researchers contacted Omar Abdulaziz, a Saudi Arabian dissident and Canadian permanent resident who has long been critical of the regime in Riyadh. After an extensive investigation, they discovered that his (...)

HIDE AND SEEK Tracking NSO Group’s Pegasus Spyware to Operations in 45 Countries - 23 septembre 2018
In this post, we develop new Internet scanning techniques to identify 45 countries in which operators of NSO Group’s Pegasus spyware may be conducting operations. 1. Executive Summary Israel-based “Cyber Warfare” vendor NSO Group produces and sells a mobile phone spyware suite called Pegasus. To monitor a target, a (...)

Hacking a Prince, an Emir and a Journalist to Impress a Client - 21 septembre 2018
The rulers of the United Arab Emirates had been using Israeli spyware for more than a year, secretly turning the smartphones of dissidents at home or rivals abroad into surveillance devices. So when top Emirati officials were offered a pricey update of the spying technology, they wanted to make sure it worked, (...)

Une société israélienne accusée d’avoir aidé les EAU à espionner Hariri et le Qatar - 21 septembre 2018
Le gouvernement des Emirats arabes unis a utilisé une technologie de piratage téléphonique israélienne afin d’espionner ses rivaux politiques et régionaux ainsi que des membres des médias. La société israélienne aurait elle-même participé aux cyber-attaques, a rapporté vendredi le New York Times. NSO Group, basé à Herzliya, (...)

Director of Mexican Anti-Corruption Group Targeted with NSO Group’s Spyware - 3 septembre 2017
Since 2016, Citizen Lab and our partners R3D, SocialTic, and Article 19 have been conducting an investigation into the abuse of NSO Group’s government-exclusive spyware in Mexico. In six prior reports, published between August 2016 and August 2017, we identified abusive and potentially illegal infection attempts (...)

Reckless III : Investigation Into Mexican Mass Disappearance Targeted with NSO Spyware - 10 juillet 2017
This research note reveals that an international group of experts investigating the 2014 Iguala Mass Disappearance of 43 Mexican students were targeted with Pegasus, the government-exclusive commercial spyware made by NSO Group. NSO Group, the creator of the Pegasus spyware, is an Israeli company that describes (...)

Etudiants disparus au Mexique : les experts internationaux ciblés par un logiciel espion - 10 juillet 2017
Ils ont notamment enquêté sur la disparition de 43 étudiants en 2014, et accusé le gouvernement d’avoir fait obstruction à leur travail. Les autorités mexicaines ont-elles outrepassé leurs pouvoirs pour contrecarrer une enquête ? Lundi 10 juillet, les chercheurs canadiens du Citizen Lab, un laboratoire de l’université de (...)

Reckless Exploit : Mexican Journalists, Lawyers, and a Child Targeted with NSO Spyware - 19 juin 2017
In the past five years it has become increasingly clear that civil society is under threat from the misuse of powerful spyware tools exclusively sold to governments. Research has repeatedly shown how governments around the world use digital spying tools designed for criminal investigations and counterintelligence (...)

Mercenaires de la surveillance : le marché trouble des logiciels espions - 24 mai 2017
C’est un marché qui peut se révéler très lucratif, mais qui goûte peu la transparence. Depuis moins d’une dizaine d’années, des chercheurs et des ONG révèlent l’existence de logiciels espions perfectionnés, développés par des entreprises privées et vendus dans le monde entier à des services de renseignement étatiques et à des (...)

How Spy Tech Firms Let Governments See Everything on a Smartphone - 3 septembre 2016
Want to invisibly spy on 10 iPhone owners without their knowledge ? Gather their every keystroke, sound, message and location ? That will cost you $650,000, plus a $500,000 setup fee with an Israeli outfit called the NSO Group. You can spy on more people if you would like — just check out the company’s price list. (...)