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Associate Architect: Edifice Consultants Pvt. Ltd. Environmental Consultant: GRIHA: M/s Environmental Design Solutions Pvt. Ltd. MEP Engineer: Eskayem Consultants Pvt. Ltd. Hospital Consultant: AAA + Healthcare Consultancy Services Pvt. Ltd. Structural Engineer: M/s Vastech Consultants & Engineers ...
The equipment was made by a South African company called Vastech. Our own legislation requires a warrant issued by a judge to allow legal interception inside the country, but the situation regarding metadata is less clear. Cellphone call records, for instance, can fairly easily be obtained by a police officer ...

An excerpt of a tender for a system to intercept traffic at internet exchange cables in Damascus and Aleppo. According to leaked documents, AGT stepped forward once again, this time working with VASTech, a South African company, which would later develop a similar system in Libya. "VASTech does not ...
In a 2016 pamphlet produced by VASTech SA Pty Ltd., the company outlines its current capabilities for governments, militaries, and law enforcement agencies around the world, claiming it can conduct “passive detection” of communications transmitted from satellites, fix-and-mobile phones, and fiber optic ...
The Qadafi regime in Libya used China's ZTE and South Africa's VASTech. We don't know whether governments attempt surreptitiously to insert 'backdoors' into products of companies over which they have no direct political or legal control, but many computer security experts believe it is happening.
In one cable, a 2010 report from the South African National Intelligence Agency (NIA) describes an Iranian government delegation visiting VASTech in 2005, where they received information about “active lawful interception” and “passive unrestricted monitoring”. In the report, the NIA expresses concerns ...

Another firm selling similar equipment is VASTech, based in South Africa, which has a system called Zebra. Potential buyers are told it has been designed to help "government security agencies face huge challenges in their combat against crime and terrorism". VASTech says Zebra offers "access to high ...
A new Board of Governors for Vakpo Senior High Technical School (VASTECH) has been inaugurated at a ceremony at Vakpo in the Volta Region. The Board under the Chairmanship of Mrs. Patricia Akpene Tegbe-Agbo has been tasked to ensure the effective management of the school in accordance ...
According to WikiLeaks, VASTech's equipment was also uncovered along with that of other companies in listening rooms in Egypt and Libya after the governments were overthrown this year. This equipment was being used to monitor the every move of citizens “online and on the phone,” WikiLeaks said.
Associate Architect: Edifice Consultants Pvt. Ltd. Environmental Consultant: GRIHA: M/s Environmental Design Solutions Pvt. Ltd. MEP Engineer: Eskayem Consultants Pvt. Ltd. Hospital Consultant: AAA + Healthcare Consultancy Services Pvt. Ltd. Structural Engineer: M/s Vastech Consultants & Engineers ...
The equipment was made by a South African company called Vastech. Our own legislation requires a warrant issued by a judge to allow legal interception inside the country, but the situation regarding metadata is less clear. Cellphone call records, for instance, can fairly easily be obtained by a police officer ...
Privacy International's report details how Western businesses such as Italy's RCS SpA and South Africa's VASTech were "important contributors to Syria's repressive surveillance state" between 2007 and 2012. Essen CDU-Bundesparteitag Rede Merkel (picture-alliance/dpa/K. Nietfeld. Merkel condemned ...
An excerpt of a tender for a system to intercept traffic at internet exchange cables in Damascus and Aleppo. According to leaked documents, AGT stepped forward once again, this time working with VASTech, a South African company, which would later develop a similar system in Libya. "VASTech does not ...
In a 2016 pamphlet produced by VASTech SA Pty Ltd., the company outlines its current capabilities for governments, militaries, and law enforcement agencies around the world, claiming it can conduct “passive detection” of communications transmitted from satellites, fix-and-mobile phones, and fiber optic ...
In addition, Endace sells its equipment to some of the world's largest telecommunications companies, among them AT&T, AOL, Verizon, Sprint, Cogent Communications, Telstra, Belgacom, Swisscom, Deutsche Telekom, Telena Italy, Vastech South Africa, and France Telecom. Some of these companies ...
The Qadafi regime in Libya used China's ZTE and South Africa's VASTech. We don't know whether governments attempt surreptitiously to insert 'backdoors' into products of companies over which they have no direct political or legal control, but many computer security experts believe it is happening.
In one cable, a 2010 report from the South African National Intelligence Agency (NIA) describes an Iranian government delegation visiting VASTech in 2005, where they received information about “active lawful interception” and “passive unrestricted monitoring”. In the report, the NIA expresses concerns ...

Another firm selling similar equipment is VASTech, based in South Africa, which has a system called Zebra. Potential buyers are told it has been designed to help "government security agencies face huge challenges in their combat against crime and terrorism". VASTech says Zebra offers "access to high ...
According to WikiLeaks, VASTech's equipment was also uncovered along with that of other companies in listening rooms in Egypt and Libya after the governments were overthrown this year. This equipment was being used to monitor the every move of citizens “online and on the phone,” WikiLeaks said.
AIIMS Nagpur was designed to provide a wholly accessible site, where automobiles and service vehicles may circulate, but priority is given to ...
The equipment was made by a South African company called Vastech. Our own legislation requires a warrant issued by a judge to allow legal ...
The importers are: Cardiac Care Limited, Vastech Limited, Medi Graphic Trading Limited, and Orient Export and Import Company Limited.
Privacy International's report details how Western businesses such as Italy's RCS SpA and South Africa's VASTech were "important contributors ...
Leaked documents and emails show how several companies bid to give Syria powerful telephone and internet surveillance technology.
South African company VASTech SA is a global player in the development of sophisticated technology to – legally – spy on mobile phone calls ...
In a 2016 pamphlet produced by VASTech SA Pty Ltd., the company outlines its current capabilities for governments, militaries, and law ...
... Sprint, Cogent Communications, Telstra, Belgacom, Swisscom, Deutsche Telekom, Telena Italy, Vastech South Africa, and France Telecom.
VASTech, which had a turnover of at least R30-million by 2006, was founded in 1999 by Frans Dreyer, who died in a plane crash in Libya in ...
The annual report of the department's support programme for industrial innovation shows that R1.3-million was granted to VASTech's Zebra ...
Another firm selling similar equipment is VASTech, based in South Africa, which has a system called Zebra. Potential buyers are told it has ...
... article published this week alleges the use of products in Libya created by the French company Amesys and the South African firm VASTech ...
The equipment was made by a South African company called Vastech. Our own legislation requires a warrant issued by a judge to allow legal ...
Privacy International's report details how Western businesses such as Italy's RCS SpA and South Africa's VASTech were "important contributors ...
Leaked documents and emails show how several companies bid to give Syria powerful telephone and internet surveillance technology.
South African company VASTech SA is a global player in the development of sophisticated technology to – legally – spy on mobile phone calls ...
In a 2016 pamphlet produced by VASTech SA Pty Ltd., the company outlines its current capabilities for governments, militaries, and law ...
... Sprint, Cogent Communications, Telstra, Belgacom, Swisscom, Deutsche Telekom, Telena Italy, Vastech South Africa, and France Telecom.
VASTech, which had a turnover of at least R30-million by 2006, was founded in 1999 by Frans Dreyer, who died in a plane crash in Libya in ...
Another firm selling similar equipment is VASTech, based in South Africa, which has a system called Zebra. Potential buyers are told it has ...
A new Board of Governors for Vakpo Senior High Technical School (VASTECH) has been inaugurated at a ceremony at Vakpo in the Volta ...
It appears the 115th Congress wants to keep a closer eye on the Veterans Affairs Department and its tech troubles. Following a hearing Tuesday before the House Committee on Veterans Affairs that raised several issues, including that VA spends close to ...
More specifically, Privacy International's report details how Italy's RCS SpA and South Africa's VASTech were "important contributors to Syria's repressive surveillance state" between 2007 and 2012.
According to leaked records, AGT once again collaborated with South Africa-based VASTech, which reportedly later created a similar system in Libya.
... how the "close friends" exchanged 58 telephone calls in eight months between 2015 and 2016. South African company VASTech SA is a global player in the development of sophisticated technology to - legally - spy on mobile phone calls and messages.
Before the start of business, Just Security provides a curated summary of up-to-the-minute developments at home and abroad. Here's today's news.
In a 2016 pamphlet produced by VASTech SA Pty Ltd., the company outlines its current capabilities for governments, militaries, and law enforcement agencies around the world, claiming it can conduct "passive detection" of communications transmitted from ...
Endace is also shown to have a large number of telecoms customers - including AT&T, AOL, Verizon, Sprint, Cogent Communications, Telstra, Belgacom, Swisscom, Deutsche Telekom, Telena Italy, Vastech South Africa, and France Telecom, also having ...
Examples of the technology include a monitoring centre run by South African firm VASTech. It was reportedly sold to the late Libyan leader Colonel Muammar Gaddafi, who allegedly used it to hack up to 40 million minutes of phone calls every month.
Examples of the technology include a monitoring centre run by South African firm VASTech. It was reportedly sold to the late Libyan leader Colonel Muammar Gaddafi, who allegedly used it to hack up to 40 million minutes of phone calls every month.
In one cable, a 2010 report from the South African National Intelligence Agency (NIA) describes an Iranian government delegation visiting VASTech in 2005, where they received information about "active lawful interception" and "passive unrestricted ...


 

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