In just a week’s time, Syria being hit by another Internet outage, reported by Renesys. The internet access in the country has been not working since...

Reported first by Renesys, Internet in Syria has been restored Wednesday at 14:13 hours UTC after being disconnected for more than 19 hours. The country...

Back on Thursday last week, we reported that Internet in Syria is down with no words on actual reason known. Two days now after being offline, the country’s internet services started to restore on Saturday. Both Renesys and CloudFlare confirmed that internet access in the country is coming back with restoration began at 14:32 UTC. Similarly, British publication BBC...

Associated Press is reporting that Syria, a Middle Easter country internet goes dark in the midst of violent upheaval although there are no words on what brings such condition. The outage began today at 10:26 AM UTC according to the worldwide internet monitoring service Renesys as the report states that 92 percent of all “routed networks” are offline. The country’s...

Last week we have reported that WikiLeaks had started publishing Syrian files, which collectively contains around over 2 million emails, over on which,...

WikiLeaks has started releasing more than two million emails from Syrian politicians, ministries people and companies of the country.  The emails date...

Good news for Syria Google lovers: Google Earth, Picasa and Chrome now available for download in Syria. Google notes that U.S. export controls and sanctions...

Syrian blogger Razan Ghazzawi who was being charged with several crimes in December last year and whose arrest sparked a huge outcry has once being arrested – this time is not alone arrested along with him 11 others has been detained by Syrian authorities. Ghazzawi was released just a week later although there was no indication whether the charges levied on her had been...

“Censorship” – sometimes through one mode and sometimes to other – this time Syrian government has ordered to block on text messages when they contain politically sensitive terms such as “revolution” or “demonstration”. According to Bloomberg, since the Syrian regime has still not in the position to completely stifle the flow of information, the text messages...

Hacker group, Anonymous strikes again, this time it make a big bang by hacking the email accounts of Syrian president Bashar al-Assad’s aides.  The hacker group hacked some 78 username and password combinations for the accounts and 56 of those accounts used the password “12345”, while five others added just a “6” to that string. According to Foreign Policy,...