Former Tor Developer Created Malware for FBI to Unmask Tor Users

FBI-Unmask-TOR-UsersDo you know who created malware for the FBI that allowed Feds to unmask Tor users?
It’s an insider’s job… A former Tor Project developer. In an investigation conducted by Daily Dot journalists, it turns out that Matthew J. Edman, a former part-time employee of Tor Project, created malware for the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) that has been used by US law enforcement and intelligence agencies in several investigations, including Operation Torpedo. Matthew Edman is a computer scientist who specializes in cyber security and investigations and joined the Tor Project in 2008 to build and enhance Tor software’s interactions with Vidalia software, cross-platform GUI for controlling Tor. After 2009, Matthew was hired by a contractor working for defense and intelligence agencies, including the FBI, to develop an anti-Tor malware.