Network Investigative Techniques
The FBI Created a Fake FedEx Website to Unmask a Cybercriminal
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.
Unsealed Court Docs Show FBI Used Malware Like ‘A Grenade’
Finally, the warrants and affidavits related to the FBI’s use of malware on TorMail have been unsealed.
This Technicality Could Spoil the FBI’s Dark Web Hacking Operations
The rule says that if the feds don't know where the target computer is, they can't legally hack it.
Why a Judge Threw Out Evidence From an FBI Mass Hacking Campaign
It involves the seniority of the judge and where exactly the malware's search took place.
How Often Does the Justice Department Use Hacking Tools? It's Not Keeping Track
The Department of Justice isn't keeping tabs on how many times the FBI and other agencies have been authorized, or asked for permission, to use such techniques.
The FBI Hacked a Dark Web Child Porn Site to Unmask Its Visitors
The bureau didn’t call it that way, but it used techniques usually associated with hackers.