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[eSP] The Trouble with Tor

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[eSP] The Trouble with Tor

Postby parityboy » Thu Dec 18, 2014 1:37 am

The JavaScript exploit is widely believed to have been the work of the FBI, because it doesn't do anything to the compromised machine except send the machine's MAC address and Windows hostname to a server in Virginia using the machine's real IP address. The idea that the FBI could be involved with malware is not too outlandish; revelations from Edward Snowden have already revealed that the NSA does much the same thing.


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