Joseph Cox @josephfcox
Joseph covers the intersection of technology, crime, and politics.
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The Firefox vulnerability was patched on Wednesday, but it turns out Exodus sold related information to both a defensive and offensive client.
“Money. Traffic is money.”
Whereas tech companies use signed messages to flag government demands for data, criminals are trying to use them to warn of compromised sites.
At midnight changes to Rule 41, which the Department of Justice says is to combat criminals who use anonymization technology, came into effect.
The Tor Project issued an urgent patch for a new exploit targeting some users of the Tor Browser.
If the vulnerability was a so-called zero day, that would bring up all sorts of disclosure issues for the FBI.
On Tuesday, the UK passed its controversial new surveillance law, the Investigatory Powers Act, according to the Home Office.
Over the weekend, Muni riders could travel for free because systems were infected with ransomware. Now, the hackers have made a new threat.
The data includes usernames, email addresses, and what appear to be poorly-hashed passwords.