New Wikileak documents reveal "not so nice" COMODO customers: The Hacking Team

Today, 8 July 2015, WikiLeaks releases more than 1 million searchable emails from the Italian surveillance malware vendor Hacking Team, which first came under international scrutiny after WikiLeaks publication of the SpyFiles. These internal emails show the inner workings of the controversial global surveillance industry.

https://wikileaks.org/hackingteam/emails/

Simply enter Comodo as “search term”. Whole lotta love results there.

Btw. there “might” be some interesting Comodo “test results” and rather unusual hints for our dear CIS developers as well? :-La

Cheers, REBOL. :slight_smile:

(Right now listening to some AC / DC.)

PS: At least we now know quite some of their names, phone numbers, global connections etc. :-TU
So why not give them a bunch of friendly phone calls and tell 'em what we think of their dirty deeds? 88)

Take care, friends.

Edit: After having inspected some of their daily processed log files etc., I guess at least all their Comodo software licenses and subscriptions should immediately be withdrawn worldwide. lol
Talking human garbage. :stuck_out_tongue:

“Nice” guys, “nice” software, it seems, eh?

A certain “upload functionality” is being discussed atm over at well respected German software zine “Heise”.
Seems to be intentionally programmed to upload evil things to the targeted users’ machines?

https://wikileaks.org/hackingteam/emails/emailid/774880
https://wikileaks.org/hackingteam/emails/emailid/593516


Erm, they wouldn’t ever do that, or, would they? :a0 :-TD

Cheers, REBOL.

I am urging you not to flame.

Thanks for reminding me, ol’ mate .:slight_smile: Yet, I think this really is as serious a thing as can ever be. Btw. I did not really intend to “flame”*. Didn’t get the irony? Just take me as I am, ol’ angry Grandpa me. :wink:
But now, as you obviously URGED me (no pun intended), I might feel the urge to listen to some old Foreigner track.

Cheers, REBOL. :slight_smile:
Take care.

*We didn’t start the fire (remember that one?)

Irony is easily misunderstood in an international context. Hence my warning.

I am old enough to know Foreigner but don’t remember this song. May it never made to the charts in the Netherlands.

You’re right, Eric. “Urgent” was released as a single in the Netherlands, yet the song did not even enter the Top 100 there…
It peaked at #12 in Germany and stayed in the charts for 25 weeks.

Seems Dutch people preferred stuff like this (which did climb to #1) at the time (Just look and see what drugs can do unto man…) :

Now I need a ■■■■, methinks. ^^

No offense. :wink:

Cheers, REBOL.

Erm… But we’re both OT now. lol

Hey Guys,

Thank you for the links and we are also checking these e-mails :slight_smile:

BTW, Foreigner rocks. :slight_smile:

Kind Regards
Buket

Good to know @BuketB.
Interesting reading, right? :wink:

BTW, Foreigner rocks. :)

Somehow missing those times.

Cheers, REBOL. :slight_smile:

!ot! How do you know these crazy Dutch folks?

!ot! Well, they’re our crazy neighbours, aren’t they? :slight_smile:
Been there quite a few times and have always been enjoying the Dutch musical scene, esp. Golden Earring(s) of course. :slight_smile:

Back on topic:

Massive leak reveals Hacking Team’s most private moments in messy detail

Imagine "explaining the evilest technology on earth," company CEO joked last month.
https://wikileaks.org/hackingteam/emails/emailid/1030097

Btw., David Vincenzettis Latin is not the best, it seems. 88) Question anyway: How can he still look into the mirror? :-TD

Cheers, REBOL.

Is there a team that investigates such scenarios? If so, who is the manager?

Thank you.

BTW, Foreigner rocks.

are you just discovering the 80’s music scene?

stop the off topic discussion, please? >:-D

Quick question : Why? Sorry but I’m not sure if I understand the motive.