The technique is used to circumvent censorship and surveillance around the world.
Another instance of FinFisher has been spotted in the wild by digital rights advocacy group Access Now.
More and more governments are using cyberweapons like malware and DDoS attacks against internal critics and dissidents, making them them the second-most-common form of repression after actual arrests, according to a new report from human rights group Freedom House.
The policy falls in line with the country's rules around its "Great Firewall.”
Add another layer to the 2017 guessing game: New legislation gives Donald Trump more direct control over internet freedom funding that produces and keeps projects like Tor and Signal alive. As an opponent of strong encryption, what will he do next?