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Carnegie Mellon denies taking money from FBI to hack TOR
Says it was forced to help feds through subpoena.
Nov 20 2015 6:28AM
Close door on TOR or face liability for threats: researchers
Businesses warned to get proactive against anonymising network.
Aug 27 2015 6:30AM
Accused Silk Road owner claims to be 'fall guy' for operators
First day of trial gets underway.
Jan 14 2015 2:59PM
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Latest document dump reveals cyber-spy hit-list.
Dec 29 2014 2:29PM
Biggest ever Tor raid sees 16 arrested
Underground sites targeted.
Nov 10 2014 10:32AM
Tor attack may have unmasked users
Researchers suspected of altering traffic.
Jul 31 2014 12:03PM
Critical flaw could expose users of anonymity network
Vulnerability discovered in I2P.
Jul 24 2014 1:14PM
Black Hat cancels talk on how to crack Tor
Research not approved for public release.
Jul 22 2014 4:38PM
Credit card -stealing trojan 'offers better protection than Tor'
i2Ninja sold on a Russian cyber crime forum.
Nov 22 2013 8:00AM
FBI Tor server takeover leads to arrest
Irishman charged with distributing child pornography.
Sep 17 2013 2:30PM
Botnet likely behind massive Tor user spike
Userbase boomed from 500,000 users to 3.5 million in a month.
Sep 12 2013 1:16PM
Questions over Tor exploit link to US Govt
IP checks used dated methods.
Aug 8 2013 12:59PM
Claims Tor malware linked NSA
IP space traced.
Aug 6 2013 8:43AM
Facebook blocked Tor
Malicious activity tripped site integrity systems.
Jun 19 2013 10:03AM
Ballot-stuffing bot hits News Ltd polls
Security efforts foiled.
Feb 12 2013 12:15AM
Tor exit node operator raided by police
Says child pornography requests were Tor traffic.
Nov 30 2012 6:20PM
Police struggle with online drug networks
Report paints bleak picture for narcotics enforcement.
Sep 11 2012 7:15AM
Aussie coppers bedeviled by online contraband networks
War on the Silk Road requires legal barriers dismantled and police technical skills to be mapped.
Sep 10 2012 1:57PM
Cryptoparty goes viral
Pen testers, privacy geeks spread security to the masses.
Sep 4 2012 1:01PM
Tor Project mulls $100 cheque for exit relay hosts
Payments could speed up and secure the network.
Jul 25 2012 5:38PM
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