Who needs bombs and guns?
As promised, hacker publishes personal information of 20,000 FBI agents, allegedly stolen from a hacked Department of Justice computer.
The hacker says he accessed the data by compromising the email account of a Department of Justice employee.
It was the DoJ that originally suggested you have no expectation of privacy on Tor.
Gabriel Peterson-Siler was unmasked after an attack, likely carried out by Carnegie Mellon University, on the Tor network.
An FBI agent involved in the investigation of Playpen says that the hacking tool used was more limited in scope than some may have believed.
Some judges may not fully realise the power and scope of the searches that they authorise.
"I am not shocked by this."
After the FBI orchestrated the "largest law enforcement hacking campaign to date" to catch child porn distributors, questions arose about the legality of such "searches." Another case seems to confirm that we'll see more of the tactic.
"Operation Pacifier" is larger in scope than most anyone believed.