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 September 1, 2015  Posted by  Breaches

Belén Marty reports:

Ecuadorian free-speech NGO Fundamedios reports that Ecuadorian journalists and activists have likely been attacked with the same spyware used to target the late Argentinean prosecutor Alberto Nisman and Argentinean journalist Jorge Lanata.

On August 25, the NGO released a statement based on data collected for an article published on August 21 in the Intercept, a civil-libertarian publication. The report reveals that both Nisman and Lanata had received a file attachment named “estrictamente secreto y confidencial.pdf.jar” (strictly secret and confidential).

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