Here are Lawbot’s top picks of the global surveillance firms outed in Wikileaks’ release last week of spyware promotional material. In a stunning marketing coup for surveillance and spyware manufactures, Wikileaks released the names and files of 160 firms now working with their clients for civilian, criminal, governmental, and corporate monitoring over the net.
“The Alcatel-Lucent 1357 ULIS is a complete communications interception solution. It provides government authorities/LEAs and network operators with an integrated system for transparently intercepting and extracting realtime information from vast amounts of voice, data and multimedia communications over virtually any type of network.”
Consider also the videos by Gamma Group, promoting their software and strategies for placing an entire internet café under surveillance, including real-time Skype and Gmail monitoring. Or Gamma Group’s video highlighting their ability to place an entire hotel under surveillance through the hotel’s own network. You might want to reconsider the people who give PowerPoint presentations at your firm after watching this short video on injection by firewire. Also consider this short video on cool new tools for monitoring your target’s (read anybody’s) Blackberry.