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There are many individuals who feel as though “anonymous” immediately deserves a negative connotation. The influential writer H.P. Lovecraft once famously said, “The oldest and strongest kind of fear is fear of the unknown.” However, there are many instances where anonymity actually has a positive effect on society. Consider the anonymous donor, who might want...

The post Will Whistleblowers Continue to Use the Dark Web as a Communication Channel? appeared first on Dark Web News.
A year ago, KrebsOnSecurity warned that “Informed Delivery,” a new offering from the U.S. Postal Service (USPS) that lets residents view scanned images of all incoming mail, was likely to be abused by identity thieves and other fraudsters unless the USPS beefed up security around the program and made it easier for people to opt out. This week, the U.S. Secret Service issued an internal alert warning that many of its field offices have reported crooks are indeed using Informed Delivery to commit various identity theft and credit card fraud schemes.

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The internal alert — sent by the Secret...
The sale and use of illicit drugs have been on the increase in the United States. The authorities, nonetheless, are working hard to contain this problem. In a recent case in Iowa, three men received prison sentences for distributing opioids that led to the deaths of three people. The court sentenced Jervonie Murphy, a 26-year-old...

The post Trio Sentenced in Connection to Drug Deaths in Iowa appeared first on Dark Web News.
KrebsOnSecurity recently had a chance to interview members of the REACT Task Force, a team of law enforcement officers and prosecutors based in Santa Clara, Calif. that has been tracking down individuals engaged in unauthorized “SIM swaps” — a complex form of mobile phone fraud that is often used to steal large amounts of cryptocurrencies and other items of value from victims. Snippets from that fascinating conversation are recounted below, and punctuated by accounts from a recent victim who lost more than $100,000 after his mobile phone number was hijacked.

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In late September 2018, the REACT Task Force spearheaded an investigation that led to the...
The dark web is considered to be a dynamic ecosystem, and like mainstream sectors, filled up to the neck with opportunities. By now, the offerings of dark web economy range from tangible products to services like hacking tools and applications. It is no secret that the smooth operation of these ventures demand a rather complex...

The post Wide Range of Job Ads Available on the Dark Web appeared first on Dark Web News.
Illegal cyber operations have currently gained momentum as attackers have invested in a variety of hacking tools to use to attack people. These hacking tools are freely available on both the clearnet and the dark web, open to anyone who wishes to access and exploit them for malicious gains. The member countries of the intelligence-sharing...

The post Hackers Are Using These Tools to Reel in New Victims appeared first on Dark Web News.
In the recent past, there have been numerous headlines covering the news that Apple ID credentials are being spotted on the dark web. The allure of not only acquiring personal data but also other valuable data such as credit card details is what keeps attracting hackers. A notable case is that of Chinese scammers hijacking...

The post Apple IDs Sold on the Dark Web—Here’s How You Can Protect Yourself appeared first on Dark Web News.
In a small price slump last week, Bitcoin (BTC) dropped to something above $6,300, prompting the crypto market to lose $8 billion. Ethereum was more affected by the market surge, losing value and collapsing under its $200 price point. At press time, the market is gradually recovering. It remains to be seen what will happen...

The post Weekly Crypto Round Up: Latest News on Cryptocurrencies & the Dark Web | Week 44 – 2018 appeared first on Dark Web News.
Crooks who hack online merchants to steal payment card data are constantly coming up with crafty ways to hide their malicious code on Web sites. In Internet ages past, this often meant obfuscating it as giant blobs of gibberish text that was obvious even to the untrained eye. These days, a compromised e-commerce site is more likely to be seeded with a tiny snippet of code that invokes a hostile domain which appears harmless or that is virtually indistinguishable from the hacked site’s own domain.

Before going further, I should note that this post includes references to domains that are either compromised or actively stealing user data. Although the malcode implanted on these sites is not designed to foist malicious software on visitors, please be aware that this could change at a...
Thieves are combining SMS-based phishing attacks with new “cardless” ATMs to rapidly convert phished bank account credentials into cash. Recent arrests in Ohio shed light on how this scam works.

A number of financial institutions are now offering cardless ATM transactions that allow customers to withdraw cash using nothing more than their mobile phones. But this also creates an avenue of fraud for bad guys, who can leverage phished or stolen account credentials to add a new phone number to the customer’s account and then use that added device to siphon cash from hijacked accounts at cardless ATMs.

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In May 2018, Cincinnati, Ohio-based financial institution...
A New Zealand court has dropped the charges levied against a member of a rich wine-making family after he was accused of ordering drugs via the dark web. This decision comes in the heels of a ruling in which an Auckland High Court judge termed the man’s actions of importing banned items as “an attempt...

The post Drug Charges Against Wealthy New Zealand Wine-Maker Dropped appeared first on Dark Web News.
Citizens of both China and Russia are finding their footing on the dark web. This is according to a new report suggesting that a good number of them are visiting sites that are only found in the darknet ecosystem. Currently, cybercriminals based in Russia and China have caught the eyes of the public. For instance,...

The post Comparison Between the Chinese and Russian Dark Web Communities appeared first on Dark Web News.
Through darknet channels, wildlife trafficking in India is increasingly running under the radar of police. For any internet tier, enforcement is tough and regulation scarce. The business remains to be swift, and its platforms are many whereas traders are anonymous. Their reach is vast while the returns of the same are significantly invaluable. The industry...

The post Animal Trafficking in India Thrives Through the Dark Web appeared first on Dark Web News.
The drug topic is one that has far-reaching effects on the population of a given country. For this reason, there have been a lot of ongoing debates and motions seeking to govern the use of certain types of drugs depending on the dosage and potency. This has in turn called for the regulation of the...

The post Analysis: Why Legalization of Some Drugs Will Lead to Decline of Darknet Vendors appeared first on Dark Web News.
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Netsparker just published some anonymized Web Security Stats about the security vulnerabilities their online solution identified on their users’ web applications and web services during the last 3 years.

Data-based stats like these, which are not based on surveys, can be pretty useful – at least to get a broad overview of what is going on. These statistics also serve a solid purpose – they help all developers, security professionals and anyone who works with web applications better understand what might be going wrong....