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Tor developer Isis Agora Lovecruft has fled the US after being visited by the FBI special agents, in search of her assistance in a criminal hacking investigation.
Tor, the (in)famous encrypted web browser, may not be strong enough to resist the next generation’s attacks on encryption. What will the next generation of encryption tools look like?
Want privacy online? Are you a Linux enthusiast? The NSA may have already classified you as an extremist.
The Tor Project has completely restructured following a sexual abuse scandal that caused one of its top developers to resign.
After dealing with a series of scandals, the Tor Project has implemented a “social contract” to improve member conduct.
The problem of spying in Internet is about to be solved due to Hornet.
Bitcoin XT, the intentional fork that has been shaking up the bitcoin price, includes code branded as a hardcoded “blacklist” by critics.
Coinkite announces a new kind of "Bitcoin Payment Button" that lets anyone accept bitcoin as payment for products or services.
Bitcoin 0.11.0 includes several improvements over older versions, making the software easier to use and better adapted to current network needs.
Cryptostorm, the VPN (virtual private network) service providers, revealed to CoinTelegraph that they’ve been using Bitcoin and Namecoin to power their portal to the Darknet for months, announcing native access to Tor, I2P and .bit websites.
United States military is considering using Bitcoin tipping as a platform for providing bounties in combat and terrorist hot zones.
Tor may not have had the best past couple of months, with news releasing late in the summer that, with enough work, someone could theoretically discover user identities.
Bitcoin has a large presence on and off, the campus of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. This makes sense when we consider that this is one of the finest technical colleges in the world. The University itself has not become directly involved in cryptocurrency in the past, but it seems that this is about to cha...
A significant chunk of mining pools has taken a fierce stand against Bitcoin XT; the largest currently operating bitcoin black market has decided to halt operations due to a Tor de-anonymizing vulnerability, and more news
There has been a lot of news lately about websites and nodes that operate on the Tor network have been compromised by various governmental police agencies.
A researcher has found that at least one Tor exit node has been acting maliciously.
The Silk Road saga lives on, and this time, the code has been forked. The newest Silk Road player, called Silk Road Reloaded (SRR), is distinctly different in at least two ways from previous Silk Road iterations.
Motherboard has pieced together that the FBI likely used Hacking Team software to de-anonymize a user of the anonymizing Tor software.
In a July 30 blog post, Tor confirmed that several entry nodes may have been run by a nefarious party attempting to identify Tor users, and they appear to have been successful.
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