Telecomix hackers have published 54 GB of log files created by Syria's Internet censors.

"Since Syria switched off its Internet connections last June, the country has been targeted by Telecomix activists, who launched 'Operation Syria' together with the Anonymous group of hacktivists," The H Security reports. "In September, the web sites of Syrian cities were hacked."

"Before these attacks, it became known that Syria uses web filters developed by Blue Coat Systems, although the US company denied having any business relationships with Syria," the article states. "The log files were released to demonstrate how the Syrian regime controls its citizens' communications."

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