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FBI Network Investigative Technique (NIT) Warrant; Private Contractor Used to Install Malware

In Archive, FBI, Hacking, Malware, Surveillance, USA on August 9, 2014 at 11:58 AM

08/08/2014

Document via Daniel Rigmaiden

Search warrant for FBI “Network Investigative Technique” showing the type of data FBI installed malware collects on computers targeted for search and seizure. The malware was delivered and operated by a private contractor named Russ Jensen, Sr. Engineer at Allied Associates International. The warrant is for a case that was reported on by the Washington Post last year. See: “Network Investigative Techniques”: Court Documents Show How FBI Uses Malware for Surveillance

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