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US Wins Appeal in Assange Extradition Case

US Wins Appeal in Assange Extradition Case

The US won their appeal against a UK court's refusal to extradite Julian Assange, the co-founder of WikiLeaks.

Who is Running Hundreds of Malicious Tor Relays?

Who is Running Hundreds of Malicious Tor Relays?

A threat actor is running hundreds of malicious Tor relays as part of what researchers suspect is an attempt to deanonymize Tor users.

Tutanota is Hardly the Solution to the ProtonMail Problem

Tutanota is Hardly the Solution to the ProtonMail Problem

People have rightly recognized the risks associated with the use of ProtonMail. But the proposed alternatives are not without fault.

Isotonitazene and Protonitazene Found in D.C. Drug Supply

Isotonitazene and Protonitazene Found in D.C. Drug Supply

Analysts in the District of Columbia identified benzimidazole opioids, which are significantly more potent than fentanyl, in the District's drug supply.

Three Sentenced to Prison for Selling Counterfeit Oxy Pills

Three Sentenced to Prison for Selling Counterfeit Oxy Pills

Three Seattle men were sentenced to prison for producing and selling counterfeit oxycodone pills laced with fentanyl.

FBI Doc Highlights the Benefits of End-to-End Encryption

FBI Doc Highlights the Benefits of End-to-End Encryption

The FBI can obtain limited access to iMessage and WhatsApp but only metadata from other services such as Signal, according to an internal document.

Cannazon Market is Retiring

Cannazon Market is Retiring

Cannazon, a popular marketplace for marijuana enthusiasts, will be shutting down this month.

Parallel Construction: The DEA Once “Stole” a Dealer's Car

Parallel Construction: The DEA Once “Stole” a Dealer's Car

This is an old tale of how the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration used parallel construction to arrest a drug trafficker after secretly intercepting his phone calls.