Joseph Cox @josephfcox
Joseph covers the intersection of technology, crime, and politics.
Articles by Joseph Cox
The dark web isn’t as dark as some criminals would like.
Experts say the move indicates a lack of organization or technical capabilities within the FBI.
Activists argue the ruling could have serious implications for how law enforcement is able to conduct remote searches.
In an era of mega-breaches, digital packrats are amassing, swapping, and sourcing leaked passwords and other personal information like any other collectible.
The agency has called for more legislative and technological methods for clamping down on the dark web's narcotics marketplace.
Yahoo has provided statements from staff and other information explaining what happened, but the defense says it’s not enough.
From Photoshop to more fine-grained tool, law enforcement agents use photo and video manipulation to identify pedophiles, even those who use the dark web.
Findings from the 2016 Global Drug Survey suggest FBI takedowns and exit scams aren't deterring dark web buyers.
Banks with security teams of just two people have to face up to the same kind of threats as their much larger counterparts.
According to Richard Ledgett, the NSA's deputy director, the NSA didn't have the capability to break into the phone.