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Gonzalo San Gil, PhD.

AV-Test Lab tests 16 Linux antivirus products against Windows and Linux malware | Netwo... - 1 views

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    "st, an independent IT-security institute, is well-known for testing Windows antivirus solutions, and the lab's findings are well respected, but this time AV-Test tested 16 Linux antivirus solutions to discover how well they did against Windows and Linux malware. "
Gonzalo San Gil, PhD.

P2P Lab ← research hub - 0 views

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    "About P2P Lab is an independent media lab interested in interdisciplinary research on free/open source technologies and practices. Our mission is to: strive for integrative insights on the open technologies and the peer-to-peer practices. provide consultancy support to organisations and institutions regarding open technologies and relevant socio-economic trends. produce innovative, global techno-economic solutions to local problems. write, edit and publish articles, reports and books in the diverse range of topics we investigate. organise open events for reflection and action as well as to educate people about critical and creative tools for society-changing. We are constantly on the look-out for co-operation on interesting projects. See our facility and equipment."
Gonzalo San Gil, PhD.

Planet Blue Coat: Mapping Global Censorship and Surveillance ToolsThe Citizen Lab - 2 views

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    [January 15, 2013 Download PDF version. Read The New York Times article associated with this report. The following individuals contributed to this report: Morgan Marquis-Boire (lead technical research) and Jakub Dalek (lead technical research), Sarah McKune (lead legal research), Matthew Carrieri, Masashi Crete-Nishihata, Ron Deibert, Saad Omar Khan, Helmi Noman, John Scott-Railton, and Greg Wiseman. Summary of Key Findings Blue Coat Devices capable of filtering, censorship, and surveillance are being used around the world. During several weeks of scanning and validation that ended in January 2013, we uncovered 61 Blue Coat ProxySG devices and 316 Blue Coat PacketShaper appliances, devices with specific functionality permitting filtering, censorship, and surveillance. ...]
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