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In some cases, victims’ families and witnesses who testified are untraceable or dead, said Eryka Washington, spokeswoman for the State Attorney’s Ninth Judicial Circuit.
For further evidence, conspiracy theorists routinely rely on unnamed and untraceable sources.
The attackers then demand payment before returning control of the computers, often through money paid into bitcoin or other largely untraceable online currencies.
The payment was demanded per computer, to be paid in Bitcoin, an untraceable digital currency.
His chat app, called Ricochet, builds on a feature of the anonymity software Tor that’s rendered sites on the dark web untraceable and anonymous for years.
Demands have ranged from about $30,000 to $150,000, payable in untraceable bitcoins, according to one of the people familiar with the probe.
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