The US Federal Bureau of Investigation may have seized the Silk Road and sold off its horde of ill-gotten Bitcoin, but the case isn't over yet -- the dark web site's creator still has to face trial. The defense of Ross Ulbricht, the man allegedly behind the Silk Road, is doing its best to discredit the FBI's evidence; specifically, its accusing the bureau of sniffing out Silk Road server's location through illegal means. The FBI says that couldn't be further from the truth. In a court rebuttal, the FBI claims that the IP address of the server was "'leaking' from the site due to an apparent misconfiguration of the user login interface by the site administrator." Basically, FBI officials exploited a glitch to get the server to cough up its hidden location.