A cache of documents shared with Motherboard show much broader interest from the U.S. government in using malware in criminal investigations.
The attempt failed, but so-called "network investigative techniques" are not limited to the FBI, according to newly unsealed court records.
In an attempt to identify someone tricking a company into handing over cash, the FBI created a fake FedEx website, as well as deployed booby-trapped Word documents to reveal fraudsters' IP addresses.
It's easy to lump the UCF sophomore with other big men like Shawn Bradley and Manute Bol. But his potential may be much greater than that.
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With upcoming changes to Rule 41, experts think this is only the beginning of worldwide hacking by law enforcement agencies.
Norway is just the latest country to be linked to the FBI's massive investigation, and takeover, of dark web child pornography site Playpen.
The FBI took over the site, and ran it themselves for just under two weeks.
The American Civil Liberties Union is trying to unseal a docket sheet relating to FBI hacking.
A defense lawyer had claimed that the FBI improved the performance of a dark web child pornography site during their operations.
Over 70 lawyers in cases related to the FBI's child porn sting are pooling their efforts in a “national working group.”