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It appears that China recently launched a poorly executed Man in the Middle (MITM) attack on GitHub. Greatfire.org has all the details. In short: GitHub.com is an https only website, so the only way to monitor it is to use a MITM attack to decrypt the contents of the communications. There is evidence that GitHub […]

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This article from Threatpost discusses a study out of CMU of Chinese censorship of their home grown social networking websites. Now that they are blocking most of the western social media sites entirely, the focus of censorship is internal. Obviously blocking the internal sites as well would defeat the purpose, so they are selectively deleting […]

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