For the past three years, cyber-security research firm IntelCrawler
has studied the Syrian Electronic Army
using a combination of operatives, underground sources and public information. The result? A 94-page report that is among the most comprehensive studies of the prominent hacking group's activities.
I spoke recently with Dan Clements, IntelCrawler's president, to ask him what stood out among his company's findings about this shadowy organization. Here's what he said.