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Former Tor developer helped the FBI unmask Tor users

Discussion in 'Help Net Security' started by RSS, Apr 28, 2016.

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    A developer who used to work at Tor Project is the mastermind behind “Torsploit” (aka “Cornhusker”), the malware that was used by the FBI in 2012 to unmask visitors to three child pornography websites on the Dark Web, The Daily Dot has found. As you might remember, in Operation Torpedo, the FBI seized three servers run by Aaron McGrath from Nebraska, and inserted the malware onto the several illegal sites that were hosted on them. … More →

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