Dark Wire (Public Affairs)
Friday, 21 June 2024

This book tells the inside story of the largest law-enforcement sting operation ever, in which the FBI made its own tech start-up to wiretap the world. Joseph Cox looks at how a powerful app for secure communications called Anom took root among organized criminals. They believed Anom allowed them to conduct business in the shadows. Except for one thing: it was secretly run by the FBI. The book reveals the true scale and stakes of this unprecedented operation through the agents and crooks who were there.

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Author: Joseph Cox
Publisher: Public Affairs
Date: June 2024
Pages: 352
ISBN: 978-1541702691
Print: 1541702697
Kindle: B0CK8D9Q7M
Audience: General
Level: Introductory
Category: Security

 

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