NSA Might Be Behind Tor Malware Attack as per Experts
Malware lodged on the web-servers of Freedom Hosting -- the renowned "hidden service" web hoster on the 'Tor' anonymized network shut down during the first week of August 2013- might have de-anonymized visitors to the websites on that server. This could send information regarding identity of visitors to an IP address which was coded into a malware script and injected into browsers. Apparently, the IP addresses under discussion belong to the NSA or National Security Agency, note security researchers, reported arstechnica.com on August 5, 2013.
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