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NETALERT: Arrests Made Over Evidence Planted by Hackers

Open an Investigation into NetWire attack on the computers of the Bhima Koregaon arrestees!
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To: Parliamentary Subcommittee on Information Technology
 
We, the undersigned, demand that the parliamentary subcommittee on Information Technology open an investigation into the NetWire attack on the computers of the Bhima-Koregaon arrestees. There is overwhelming evidence that a malware attack took place. One of the world’s leading digital forensic investigation agencies, Arsenal Consulting, has conducted a thorough investigation and brought to light crucial evidence confirming the attack and the planting of incriminating documents on the hard drives of the Bhima-Koregaon arrestees. Independent experts have verified Arsenal’s findings. While Pegasus has been used to attack our democracy by snooping on leaders and common folk alike, the NetWire attack is arguably even more heinous in that it goes beyond surveillance and into direct assault on the life and liberty of citizens through the planting of evidence. Those responsible must be named and held accountable for these attacks.

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The above cartoon published in multiple languages by NETALERT,* explains why the findings of a digital forensics investigation conducted by Arsenal Consulting, into the hard drives of individuals imprisoned by the Indian government in the Bhima Koregaon case provides important evidence of the use of malware to implicate, imprison and silence human rights activists.

Please sign our petition to the Parliamentary Subcommittee on Information Technology calling for an immediate investigation into the questions raised by the investigation into the Netwire attack identified and documented by Arsenal’s multiple investigative reports that have since been corroborated by Indian and international computer security experts.

* NETALERT is a project that uses a range of approaches such as story-telling,  summaries of research findings, and technical explainers to help make research about risks online accessible to wider audiences.

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