[dropcap type="circle" color="#ffffff" background="#e53b2c"] R [/dropcap]emember how we reported here about how Panama harbors the FinFisher spy software command and control server?
If you recall, FinFisher is a mean piece of software that dictators use to spy on opposition and activists. It infects your computer or smartphone and then sends everything you do to a server, facilitating the tracking of all your activity online. There is such a server in Panama, and although it's not entirely clear who is behind it, the government is the most likely candidate.
In any case, WikiLeaks released the third batch today of its Spyfiles, a collection of brochures, secret documents and other such interesting stuff from the private intelligence industry.
In the release, we found the FinFisher Infrastructure Product Training manual. Have a look, here. Maybe the geeks can put this to some good use to figure out who's using this mass spy tool in Panama.
Oh, and in case you were thinking about starting your own espionage operation: WikiLeaks also released the price list!