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Comment on Search Monitor: Toward a Measure of Transparency by 中国:LINEユーザーを検閲、対策は · Global Voices 日本語

Thu, 21 Nov 2013 08:06:29 +0000

[…] こうした不一致が示唆するのは、共通のキーワードリストを政府当局が提供しているわけではないということだろう。過去の調査で、 中国のブログや検索エンジンにおける検閲を調べた際も、サービスによって検閲が画一でないことが分かっている。おそらく、中国の企業は当局より要綱が渡されており、検閲対象とすべき内容の種類を指示されているが、具体的にどの程度そういった指示を導入するか幅があると考えられるだろう。 […]



Comment on Search Monitor: Toward a Measure of Transparency by 轉貼:LINE 如何審查大陸用戶?如何避開它的審查?

Tue, 19 Nov 2013 16:06:15 +0000

[…] 這情況說明政府沒有向這些軟體公司提供關鍵字名單,曾經有人研究過大陸的微博審查和針對中國市場的本土化搜尋引擎審查,也發現類似的關鍵字名單不相同情況。總體而言,這些研究表明,對於什麼類型的內容和目標需要審查,軟體公司只是收到一般性的指引,至於如何落實這些指引,公司具有一定程度的靈活性。 […]



Comment on Search Monitor: Toward a Measure of Transparency by LINE 如何審查大陸用戶?如何避開它的審查? | 網絡安全與隱私

Tue, 19 Nov 2013 16:03:30 +0000

[…] 這情況說明政府沒有向這些軟體公司提供關鍵字名單,曾經有人研究過大陸的微博審查和針對中國市場的本土化搜尋引擎審查,也發現類似的關鍵字名單不相同情況。總體而言,這些研究表明,對於什麼類型的內容和目標需要審查,軟體公司只是收到一般性的指引,至於如何落實這些指引,公司具有一定程度的靈活性。 […]



Comment on Search Monitor: Toward a Measure of Transparency by How LINE Censors Users in China (and How to Get Around It) - Global Voices Advocacy

Fri, 15 Nov 2013 20:12:42 +0000

[…] to these companies by government authorities. Previous studies on censorship in blog services and search engines localized for the Chinese market have found similar inconsistency between products. Overall, these […]



Comment on Fortinet for who? by Repression 2.0 « linnet taylor

Mon, 26 Nov 2012 16:42:21 +0000

[...] in this trade are Netsweeper (the Middle East), Bluecoat (Syria and Burma), Websense (Yemen), Fortinet (Burma), and Finfisher (Egypt and Bahrain). All these companies claim that they are not involved in [...]



Comment on Fortinet for who? by Citizens Lab – Behind Blue Coat: Investigations of commercial filtering in Syria and Burma » On Books, Movies and Other Stuff

Fri, 27 Jan 2012 06:52:27 +0000

[...] use of Fortinet technology in Burma. See Villeneuve, N., “Fortinet for who?”, October 13, 2005, http://www.nartv.org/2005/10/13/fortinet-for-who/ 24 Human Rights Watch, “Burma’s continuing human rights challenges,” November 3, 2011, [...]



Comment on Google’s New Approach by Google Unmuzzles Itself In China [WITNESS Hub] « Sameer Padania

Thu, 16 Dec 2010 03:51:55 +0000

[...] the day nearer when Chinese netizens can read and debate Amnesty reports online freely. He, like Nart Villeneuve, hopes that this will influence other companies, notably Microsoft and Yahoo, to take a stand too. [...]



Comment on Koobface: Inside a Crimeware Network by Koobface Botnet Made $2m From Social Network Users | eWEEK Europe UK

Mon, 15 Nov 2010 10:13:01 +0000

[...] compromised computers to install malicious software and engage in click fraud,” blogged Nart Villeneuve, author of the report and chief research officer at SecDev. “This, of course, does not occur [...]



Comment on Koobface: Inside a Crimeware Network by Koobface botnet, exposing how the operation made more than $2 million « eComTechnology

Sun, 14 Nov 2010 03:32:54 +0000

[...] 2010 by forcing compromised computers to install malicious software and engage in click fraud,” blogged Nart Villeneuve, author of the report and chief research officer at SecDev. “This, of course, does not occur in a [...]



Comment on Vietnam & Aurora by Vecebot Trojan Analysis « Hacking – Security Tools

Sat, 30 Oct 2010 16:33:07 +0000

[...] http://www.nartv.org/2010/04/05/vietnam-aurora/ [...]



Comment on Vietnam & Aurora by Bản phân tích về mã độc Vecebot nói gì? « Dân Luận

Fri, 29 Oct 2010 09:27:00 +0000

[...] http://www.nartv.org/2010/04/05/vietnam-aurora/ [...]



Comment on Why Block by IP address? by Steve

Wed, 20 Oct 2010 14:34:56 +0000

This is now happening in Canada as well. The largest Internet Service Provider Bell Sympatico has been blocking server IP addresses that contain multiple domains/websites. They have even blocked servers at reputable locations like Yahoo Web Hosting. It's like banning everyone wearing a red shirt from entering your store because someone who robbed you was wearing a red shirt.



Comment on Vietnam & Aurora by Franklin C. Cacciutto

Thu, 08 Apr 2010 17:49:46 +0000

Do such breaches of security consitiute industrial sabotage, and if a criminal act, then who stands to benefit from the crime? That is the "probable cause" question to ask. Is bauxite mining really the issue, or is the actual cybertarget the critical reputation of Google for comfortable internet security? Damage that reputation, and you badly damage Google.



Comment on Shadows in the Cloud by Forskare spårar cyberspionage till Kina « Prylbögens Blogg

Thu, 08 Apr 2010 05:59:40 +0000

[...] FN har varit mål för attackerna, skriver Nart Villeneuve på säkerhetsgruppen Secdev Group i ett blogginlägg.– Totalt fann vi bland annat tre Twitterkonton, fem Yahookonton, tolv Googlegrupper och åtta [...]



Comment on Shadows in the Cloud by Malware Networks: Cooperation Appreciated « Justrecently's Weblog

Tue, 06 Apr 2010 13:41:57 +0000

[...] hosting servers were disabled, to a stable core of command and control servers located in China. We started by exploring one of the malware networks described in the GhostNet report but was an entirely separate malware network that had also compromised computers at the Dalai [...]