Millions of users of Mozilla’s Firefox web browser may be at risk, thanks to a ruling handed out by a federal judge on Monday
US District Court Judge Robert J. Bryan rejected Mozilla’s request to force the government to reveal a vulnerability that, the company believes, the FBI exploited as part of its investigation into child pornography.
- In a First, Judge Throws Out Evidence Obtained from FBI Malware (yro.slashdot.org)
- Judge rules FBI malware warrant in Tor child porn case ‘void’ (zdnet.com)
- FBI Mass Child-Porn Hack Ruled Illegal on a Technicality (theintercept.com)
- Second Judge Argues Evidence From FBI Mass Hack Should Be Thrown Out (motherboard.vice.com)