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Both parties recognize the Democrats' scam
Topic - Brian Krebs
Security specialists are exposing the identifies of anonymous leaders of the pro-Syrian computer hacker brigade, the Syrian Electronic Army, who turn out to be teenagers and young adults with more conviction than expertise.
The FBI used specially developed malicious software to identify a man they accuse of running a network of anonymous websites for child pornography, according to news reports and computer security experts.
But the exploit used against Freedom Hosting does nothing except identify the true computer address of the person using the hidden services, Mr. Krebs said.
“Because this payload does not download or execute any secondary back door or commands, it’s very likely that this is being operated by [law enforcement] and not by black hats,” he quoted computer engineer Vlad Tsrklevich as saying.