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kpoulsen 5 Aug 13
Replying to @sidewalksuper
Geolocation for the server corresponds with Verizon's secure government ops center (thanks )
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The Hacker News 5 Aug 13
UPDATE : IP address hardcoded in Firefox exploit belongs to Defense Contractor of not FBI
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ProPublica 7 Aug 13
Is the U.S. Government behind an exploit that targets people who use anonymity software? Not so fast.
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The Hacker News 8 Aug 13
FBI (NSA) Firefox for You (CVE-2013-1690) via
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The Hacker News 5 Aug 13
Once again ! Voilating by compromising network | Thanks for info.
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Jane Hamsher 5 Aug 13
Update: privacy labs says NSA fingerprints on attack, not FBI
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Kevin Bankston 9 Aug 13
Because it bears repeating: the incident is horrifying. Indiscriminate spyware attacks on Tor users--by USG?
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Salon 5 Aug 13
FBI & NSA suspected in malware attack against online anonymity tool
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Jane Hamsher 5 Aug 13
.@CryptoCloudVPN says likely PRISM's 'national security only' dataset jumping the wall & leaking to LEAs
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Ferdi (Ferdinand Fanötöna Zebua) 5 May 16
I'm sure you've heard of this but still, wow...
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Paul Finch 5 Aug 13
Replying to @blakefrederick
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andreasdotorg 👻 6 Aug 13
The IP address belongs to the NSA.
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‍ ‍‍‍ᓭ cryptostorm ᓯ 1 Feb 14
31 July 2013: @OVH announces they were rooted by "advanced" attacker, in France; Euro customer info pwned
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nex 5 Aug 13
The connection of and is a bit weak, that /11 block is huge - look what's resolving it
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‍ ‍‍‍ᓭ cryptostorm ᓯ 5 Feb 14
- anyone care to bet on a similar pattern of GC/NSA fingerprints on / Silk Road busts emerging?
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SeriousOne 5 Aug 13
@CryptoCloudVPN I believe the to be a dry run. A harbinger of future dangers.
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Peter Cronau May 16
The Tor developer who helped FBI identify users. Security Affairs
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Insecuritynet 29 Nov 14
: 2.0 in the wild(canceled Blackhat presentation) confirmed working exploit "
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dan mcweeney 5 Aug 13
takedown: analysis, reverse engineering, forensic: - Might not be the FBI, the tor network malware s...
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SeriousOne 5 Aug 13
Feds are the suspects in new malware that attacks Tor anonymity
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