[online] In God We Trust, All Others We Monitor: The Story of Aaron Brown

aaronbrown [at] tormail.org (offline)

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Connected to the Tor network! thumbnail
Craigslist correspondence (part 1/10) thumbnail
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Craigslist correspondence (part 10/10) thumbnail
Atrium at Citigroup Center <br>153 E 53rd St. at Lexington Ave. <br>New York, NY 10001 thumbnail
Installation of Linux on ASUS Chromebook thumbnail
Random mouse movements used to provide entropy for first layer encryption (AES-256) of  bitcoin wallet thumbnail
Random mouse movements used to provide entropy for second layer encryption (AES-256) of bitcoin wallet thumbnail
HNH Computer Inc. thumbnail
$503.95 thumbnail
Receipt, from cash transfer for bitcoin purchase thumbnail
Bitcoin balance thumbnail
In God We Trust, All Others We Monitor thumbnail
Account notification from v1ct0r (Liberty's Hackers) thumbnail
http://kdcko3ynnjw7jazv.onion (Who is Aaron Brown?)<br>Contains a hidden image with a steganographically encrypted message thumbnail
One time pad cipher containing password to decrypt steganographic message (Aaron Brown is the key) thumbnail
PGP encrypted reply from Gwern Branwen thumbnail
PGP decrypted reply from Gwern Branwen thumbnail
Sticky note thumbnail
Hunter, Ned, Connor, Aaron, Curtis thumbnail
Corrupted screen (result of Tails OS flashing RAM) thumbnail
Cable bill  thumbnail
Mailbox thumbnail
Letter from Ohio thumbnail
Student ID thumbnail
Boating license thumbnail
Automotive insurance card thumbnail
Tribal membership card thumbnail
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<strike>TOP SECRET//ORCON/NOFORN</strike>
Connected to the Tor network!
Craigslist correspondence (part 1/10)
Craigslist correspondence (part 2/10)
Craigslist correspondence (part 3/10)
Craigslist correspondence (part 4/10)
Craigslist correspondence (part 5/10)
Craigslist correspondence (part 6/10)
Craigslist correspondence (part 7/10)
Craigslist correspondence (part 8/10)
Craigslist correspondence (part 9/10)
Craigslist correspondence (part 10/10)
Atrium at Citigroup Center <br>153 E 53rd St. at Lexington Ave. <br>New York, NY 10001
Installation of Linux on ASUS Chromebook
Random mouse movements used to provide entropy for first layer encryption (AES-256) of  bitcoin wallet
Random mouse movements used to provide entropy for second layer encryption (AES-256) of bitcoin wallet
HNH Computer Inc.
$503.95
Receipt, from cash transfer for bitcoin purchase
Bitcoin balance
In God We Trust, All Others We Monitor
Account notification from v1ct0r (Liberty's Hackers)
http://kdcko3ynnjw7jazv.onion (Who is Aaron Brown?)<br>Contains a hidden image with a steganographically encrypted message
One time pad cipher containing password to decrypt steganographic message (Aaron Brown is the key)
PGP encrypted reply from Gwern Branwen
PGP decrypted reply from Gwern Branwen
Sticky note
Hunter, Ned, Connor, Aaron, Curtis
Corrupted screen (result of Tails OS flashing RAM)
Cable bill
Mailbox
Letter from Ohio
Student ID
Boating license
Automotive insurance card
Tribal membership card
Drivers license

TOP SECRET//ORCON/NOFORN

Connected to the Tor network!

Craigslist correspondence (part 1/10)

Craigslist correspondence (part 2/10)

Craigslist correspondence (part 3/10)

Craigslist correspondence (part 4/10)

Craigslist correspondence (part 5/10)

Craigslist correspondence (part 6/10)

Craigslist correspondence (part 7/10)

Craigslist correspondence (part 8/10)

Craigslist correspondence (part 9/10)

Craigslist correspondence (part 10/10)

Atrium at Citigroup Center
153 E 53rd St. at Lexington Ave.
New York, NY 10001

Installation of Linux on ASUS Chromebook

Random mouse movements used to provide entropy for first layer encryption (AES-256) of bitcoin wallet

Random mouse movements used to provide entropy for second layer encryption (AES-256) of bitcoin wallet

HNH Computer Inc.

$503.95

Receipt, from cash transfer for bitcoin purchase

Bitcoin balance

In God We Trust, All Others We Monitor

Account notification from v1ct0r (Liberty's Hackers)

http://kdcko3ynnjw7jazv.onion (Who is Aaron Brown?)
Contains a hidden image with a steganographically encrypted message

One time pad cipher containing password to decrypt steganographic message (Aaron Brown is the key)

PGP encrypted reply from Gwern Branwen

PGP decrypted reply from Gwern Branwen

Sticky note

Hunter, Ned, Connor, Aaron, Curtis

Corrupted screen (result of Tails OS flashing RAM)

Cable bill

Mailbox

Letter from Ohio

Student ID

Boating license

Automotive insurance card

Tribal membership card

Drivers license


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Contemporary surveillance relies heavily upon discrete digital markers, such as IP addresses, cookies, and device fingerprints. Every new data point simultaneously expands and refines a distributed database of information used to establish, and subsequently analyze, our online existence. In this act, our identities are bifurcated into the digital and the physical. However, these forked paths are separated only by the finest of lines, and total surveillance lies in the link between the two.


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