[liberationtech] Baku attendees compromised
alex.comninos at gmail.com
Mon Nov 12 01:42:51 PST 2012
My quotes about "fiction" was not from the closing ceremony, but by an
official from the presidency
my point is unsubstantiated hacking claims feeds the Azerbaijani's
government claims about "fictions" regarding internet freedom in Az.
Perhaps it is stupid to pursue this, I just want diplomats to be
diplomatic and responsible. I think evidence, rather than sabre
rattling is important in international cybersecurity incidents.
On 10 November 2012 23:43, John Scott-Railton
<john.scott.railton at gmail.com> wrote:
> If this isn't already on your radar, AP and others are reporting that EU
> Officials at the Baku conference report being hacked in their hotel.
> "...spokesman Ryan Heath told The Associated Press that the attack occurred
> while they were in their hotel. He declined to say who might be responsible,
> adding that the computers would be analyzed for clues.
> It wasnbt immediately clear whether the attack resulted in theft of any
> Kroes criticized her hosts during the forum Wednesday, attacking the Azeri
> government for allegedly spying on activists online and bviolating the
> privacy of journalists and their sources.b...
> Link is:
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