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How to test Network Investigative Techniques(NITs) used by the FBI - Dr. Matthew Miller Derbycon 2018 (Hacking Illustrated Series InfoSec Tutorial Videos)

How to test Network Investigative Techniques(NITs) used by the FBI
Dr. Matthew Miller
Derbycon 2018

Network Investigative Techniques are used to investigate cyber criminal activities. These techniques have been used to unmask users of TOR whom are downloading illegal content from the Tor network. This talk will discuss such techniques, discuss ethical and legal issues and describe a methodology to test and verify such techniques.

Dr. Matthew has taught Computer Science and assembly and reverse engineering for 6 years at the collegiate level. He has been called as an expert witness on more that a dozen Federal Cases, where he had to reverse engineer the NIT code provided by the government. His expert declarations have been used by the ACLU in their "Challenging government hacking in criminal cases" guide for attorneys and by lawyers in federal cases.

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