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A Bitcoin wallet that has been dormant for close to five years has gone active and begun transacting by moving coins to various exchanges around the world. The wallet allegedly connected to Silk Road reportedly started moving coins from its accounts by dividing it in chunks of 100 coins by sub-wallets. The wallet’s activity was...

The post BTC Wallet Supposedly Tied to Silk Road Is Active After 4 Years & Valued at $800M+ appeared first on Dark Web News.
The United Kingdom has joined the league of the world’s biggest buyers of drugs on the dark web—just as Dark Web News reported recently. This statement is backed by a host of surveys focused on the proliferation of illicit online activities today. Findings of the Global Drug Survey 2018 have shown that a large fraction...

The post Criminology Professor Cites the Dark Web as a Contributor to the UK’s Cocaine Problem appeared first on Dark Web News.
Adobe and Microsoft today each released patches to fix serious security holes in their software. Adobe pushed out a new version of its beleaguered Flash Player browser plugin. Redmond issued updates to address at least 61 distinct vulnerabilities in Microsoft Windows and related programs, including several flaws that were publicly detailed prior to today and one “zero-day” bug in Windows that is already being actively exploited by attackers.

[​IMG]As per usual, the bulk of the fixes from Microsoft tackle security weaknesses in the company’s Web browsers, Internet Explorer and Edge. Patches also are available for Windows, Office, Sharepoint, and the .NET...
An incarcerated Pennsylvania man who was implicated in a drug-related robbery case involving a Susquehanna University student has been slapped with fresh drug charges. It has been established that the accused served as the head of a darknet operation that traded in drugs which are reported to have led to at least six overdose cases...

The post Pennsylvania 19-Year-Old Accused of Running Darknet Drug Ring appeared first on Dark Web News.
At the beginning of this week, September was looking promising for major cryptocurrencies—the month started off with all of the digital coins in the green, supported by a stable growth. However, this didn’t last long. On Wednesday, in less than an hour, the total market capitalization lost $12 billion, as crypto markets experienced a sharp...

The post Weekly Crypto Round Up: Latest News on Cryptocurrencies & the Dark Web | Week 36 – 2018 appeared first on Dark Web News.
Later this month, all of the three major consumer credit bureaus will be required to offer free credit freezes to all Americans and their dependents. Maybe you’ve been holding off freezing your credit file because your home state currently charges a fee for placing or thawing a credit freeze, or because you believe it’s just not worth the hassle. If that accurately describes your views on the matter, this post may well change your mind.

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A credit freeze — also known as a “security freeze” — restricts access to your credit file, making it far more difficult for identity thieves to open new accounts in your name.

Currently, many states allow the big three bureaus — Equifax, Experian and...
Millions of people all over the world depend on the Tor network to browse the internet securely and privately every day. However, Tor is not 100 percent safe from compromise. Tor users can misuse the tools to access the network and give away their identity. This occurrence is currently being highlighted as an internet security...

The post Further Tor Vulnerabilities Discovered: Public IP Address of Tor Hidden Sites Identified via SSL Certificates appeared first on Dark Web News.
On the internet, when people don’t want anyone else to know their browsing history, they use the Tor browser or subscribe to a Virtual Private Network, which helps hide their location and personal data. Now, there’s a new privacy tool on the market called SADD.IO, which stands for Scalable Anonymous Disposable Desktops. What is it...

The post What is SADD.IO and How Does It Work? appeared first on Dark Web News.
Modern day hackers are increasingly showing the world that efforts made to secure systems and networks will at some point be in vain because of the success rates in infiltrating platforms assumed to be impenetrable. With the requisite knowledge and tools, it is possible to bypass specific security features set up by the most prominent...

The post Aspiring Fraudsters Can Easily Get Hacking Tools & Guides on the Dark Web appeared first on Dark Web News.
A recent report by Netherlands-based cybersecurity firm Irdeto reveals that the login credentials of multiple online streaming services can be found on the dark web for just less than $9. The digital platforms whose logins are up for sale in the hidden marketplaces include Netflix, Hulu, HBO and DirectTV, among others. The Study by Irdeto...

The post Logins from 40+ Streaming Services Available on the Dark Web appeared first on Dark Web News.
United States Attorney General Jeff Sessions has declared an all-out war on any and all opioids, including its analogs. It all began by taking down darknet markets and their administrators, which saw the fall of large markets like AlphaBay and Hansa last year. But, it never brought about the desired outcome since most users only...

The post Attorney General Jeff Sessions Discusses Justice Department’s Efforts to Fight the Opioid Epidemic appeared first on Dark Web News.
A 19-year-old man from the United Kingdom who headed a cybercriminal group whose motto was “Feds Can’t Touch Us” pleaded guilty this week to making bomb threats against thousands of schools.

On Aug. 31, officers with the U.K.’s National Crime Agency (NCA) arrested Hertfordshire resident George Duke-Cohan, who admitted making bomb threats to thousands of schools and a United Airlines flight traveling from the U.K. to San Francisco last month.

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One of many tweets from the attention-starved Apophis Squad, which launched multiple DDoS attacks against KrebsOnsecurity and Protonmail over the past few months.

Duke-Cohan — a.k.a. “7R1D3N7,” “DoubleParallax” and “Optcz1” — was among the...
Popular file-sharing site Mega.nz is warning users that cybercriminals hacked its browser extension for Google Chrome so that usernames and passwords submitted through the browser were copied and forwarded to a rogue server in Ukraine. This attack serves as a fresh reminder that legitimate browser extensions can and periodically do fall into the wrong hands, and that it makes good security sense to limit your exposure to such attacks by getting rid of extensions that are no longer useful or actively maintained by developers.

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In a statement posted to its Web site, Mega.nz said the extension for Chrome was compromised after its Chrome Web store account was...
mSpy, the makers of a software-as-a-service product that claims to help more than a million paying customers spy on the mobile devices of their kids and partners, has leaked millions of sensitive records online, including passwords, call logs, text messages, contacts, notes and location data secretly collected from phones running the stealthy spyware.

Less than a week ago, security researcher Nitish Shah directed KrebsOnSecurity to an open database on the Web that allowed anyone to query up-to-the-minute mSpy records for both customer transactions at mSpy’s site and for mobile phone data collected by mSpy’s software. The database required no authentication....
The past few years have seen a rising trend in Australian dark web usage. Reports and news articles indicate that thousands of Australians have been cutting illegal deals over darknet spaces in recent years. Moreover, Australia has been facing an online privacy quagmire with a barrage of legislation targeting cybersecurity and law enforcement issues. An...

The post Analysis: Australia’s Proposed Cybersecurity Bill & Its Implications for Privacy appeared first on Dark Web News.