Category Archives: Cyber Crime

The Dark Side of the Internet

The deep web is an unidentified online space only accessible with specific software, while the dark web is the part of the deep web that hides your identity and location. It’s essentially just “a series of encrypted networks that serve to anonymize peoples’ use on the internet and is relatively easy for anyone to access this encrypted network. All it takes is downloading darknet software with the most common dark web networks being Tor, I2P, and Freenet, but Tor is the most popular of them all.

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What You Need to Know About Advanced Persistent Threat (APT)

An advanced persistent threat (APT) is a wide-ranging term used to describe an attack drive in which a trespasser, or a group of trespassers, launches an illegitimate, long-term presence on a network in order to mine highly sensitive data. The targets of these attacks, which are very prudently selected and researched, classically include large enterprises or governmental networks.

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Cyberattack – Tips And Safety Instructions For Mac And Windows

Sometimes, you don’t care about the security of Mac and Windows systems and forget about the most necessary precautions. Unfortunately, you realize about the fact by the time there is a serious problem with your various operating systems. Cyber security is the most relevant issue facing some of the big tech companies these days. In fact, not only tech companies but other organizations like banks and media outlets have also fallen prey to numerous cyberattacks in recent past. In today’s hyper-competitive cyberspace, network security and threat management are the two critical aspects that almost every organization faces in its day-to-day operations. Most of the users simply recycle the similar passwords, and never update the software of the operating system, and, worst of all, when you come to know that you don’t even have a backup.

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Review on Last Week’s Security Threats

Cybersecurity is a great threat facing both large and small organizations worldwide. The security threat has prompted companies to take preventive measures to ensure safety from such unwarranted attacks that could spell disaster for their existence and survival. Last week, we discussed, through our comprehensive articles, the dangers these security threats pose to organizations, large and small. Here is a brief recap of what we did last week.

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Fourth Enormous Credential Reveal in a Month Strikes DreamMarket

Gnosticplayers has announced about twenty six million data from what he stated are six new firms’ breaches. The attacker behind more than eight hundred and forty million records of anonymous account seeming for sale on the Dark Web previous month in February is back with 26.42 some more data from six firms. The opponent, who goes by the deal Gnosticplayers, is acquiring merely 1.2431 in Bitcoin (approx. $4,940), according to ZDnet, which pointed the data on DreamMarket for sale over the weekend.

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