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A new Multi Agency Safety Testing (MAST) initiative launched in Durham, England last month as a measure to curtail the risk of harm to the public over drug use. The confidential drug testing service is the brainchild of Loop, a non-profit establishment that offers confidential drug safety testing to members of the public for free....

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A Western New York doctor and recovering drug addict was arrested last month and charged for importing heroin and cocaine procured over the dark web. The 54-year-old doctor, Torin Finver, who has long struggled with drugs, was arrested at his home in the town of Hamburg, New York. He was charged with importing two controlled...

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A popular Oklahoma food truck owner has admitted to charges of trafficking drugs ordered via the dark web. This followed his arrest last month after the Oklahoma Bureau of Narcotics-Tulsa received information from the Tulsa Office of Homeland Security about a seized package containing ecstasy. The seizure was carried out by U.S. Customs and Border...

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Amid the upsurge of darknet-supported MDMA trafficking in recent years, the extremely popular party drug has continued claiming the lives of its users. In the latest development, a teenager in the U.K. has been thrown behind bars for 14 months after being held responsible for supplying deadly MDMA to his friends. Charlie Gregory, the 19-year-old...

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Lyn Ulbricht, the mother of Silk Road founder Ross Ulbricht, continues hope that U.S. President Donald Trump will help release her incarcerated son. The request for clemency comes via a Change.org petition that has gained over 100,000 signatures since its launch in mid-2018. This comes hot on the heels of President Trump’s latest taste for...

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In a success for U.S. law enforcement agencies against the online drug trade, a man in Iowa has been arrested, charged and sentenced to 10 years in prison for ordering drugs over the dark web. The major part of his dealings involved methamphetamine distribution. The now-convicted man from Vinton, William Kirk Vanatti, purchased other types...

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Prosecutors from Cleveland, Ohio arraigned a one-time inhabitant and a current resident of Parma for dealing marijuana, Xanax and other drugs on the dark web. One of the accused is 27-year-old Michael Gonzalez, who is a resident of Parma, Ohio. The other dealer is Nicholas Powell, who was once a Parma resident but currently lives...

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Two men from Northern Ireland were jailed last month for trying to buy two semi-automatic handguns from undercover police officers through the dark web. The two men were among six individuals arrested by the Police Service of Northern Ireland (PSNI) in a sting operation targeting Carrickfergus gang feuds between December 2016 and January 2017. The...

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Street thieves who specialize in cashing out stolen credit and debit cards increasingly are hedging their chances of getting caught carrying multiple counterfeit cards by relying on Fuze Cards, a smartcard technology that allows users to store dozens of cards on a single device, the U.S. Secret Service warns.

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A Fuze card can store up to 30 credit/debit cards. Image: Fuzecard.com

Launched in May 2017, the Fuze Card is a data storage device that looks like a regular credit card but can hold account data for up to 30 credit cards. The Fuze Card displays no credit card number on either side, instead relying on a small display screen on the front that cardholders...
The U.S. Department of Homeland Security is interested in tracking privacy coins such as Monero and Zcash. These coins are much more “private” than Bitcoin, and as such, pose a much larger threat to law enforcement, as they believe that illegal activity involving these cryptocurrencies cannot currently be tracked. Privacy and Bitcoin One of the...

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Microsoft on Tuesday released updates to fix roughly four dozen security issues with its Windows operating systems and related software. All things considered, this first Patch Tuesday of 2019 is fairly mild, bereft as it is of any new Adobe Flash updates or zero-day exploits. But there are a few spicy bits to keep in mind. Read on for the gory details.

[​IMG]The updates released Tuesday affect Windows, Internet Explorer and Edge, Office, Sharepoint, .NET Framework and Exchange. Patches are available for all client and server versions of Windows, but none of the “critical” flaws — those that can lead to a remote system compromise without any help...
The Dutch authorities have come up with a new method of fighting the increased criminal activity on the internet. The police are now working with volunteers to deal with these offenses. The crackdown is mainly targeting the dark web, whose popularity as a crime hub has increased over the past few years. The Volunteers Some...

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The Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) Serious and Organized Crime (SOC) unit based in Toronto has arrested three individuals for allegedly trafficking drugs via the dark web. Other persons also arrested in the sting were couriers as well as vendor operators they allegedly used to run their business. Upon investigation, two search warrants were executed,...

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In the past few years, there has been an increase in cases of courier services being used to deliver drugs by sellers on the dark web. Law enforcement has been able to apprehend a few of the individuals behind these deals, particularly in the United States with assistance from the U.S. Postal Service. But now...

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Buying heavily discounted, popular software from second-hand sources online has always been something of an iffy security proposition. But purchasing steeply discounted licenses for cloud-based subscription products like recent versions of Microsoft Office can be an extremely risky transaction, mainly because you may not have full control over who has access to your data.

Last week, KrebsOnSecurity heard from a reader who’d just purchased a copy of Microsoft Office 2016 Professional Plus from a seller on eBay for less than $4. Let’s call this Red Flag #1, as a legitimately purchased license of Microsoft Office 2016 is still going to cost between $70 and $100. Nevertheless, almost 350 other people had made the same purchase from this seller over the past...