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The Department of Defense Is about to Enhance Its Deep Web Search Engine

Posted on December 6th, 2016.

A lot of people have never heard of Memex. Memex is a deep web search engine developed by DARPA (Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency), the agency that created the ARPANET, which served as a basis of the internet we use nowadays. Memex is a deep web search engine that doesn’t quite work like Google or Bing. DARPA sees Memex as a set...

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Facebook Buys Passwords on the Deep Web to Keep Users Safe

Posted on November 15th, 2016.

Security breaches are fairly common nowadays, but a few companies, like Facebook, manage to stay safe. As it turns out, Facebook doesn’t just have an amazing security team. It goes out of its way to protect users. Alex Stamos, Facebook’s CSO, revealed at the Web Summit in Lisbon the Facebook actively buys password dumps on the deep web,...

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50 Million People Have Their Private Data on the Deep Web, Security Firm Warns

Posted on October 31st, 2016.

Leading Brazilian digital security company PSafe recently issued a warning to all internet users everywhere, stating that over 50 million people from all over the world have private data up for grabs on the deep web. The company compares the attacks with those that hit Yahoo! and Snapchat in the past, claiming this one is even worse as...

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How Cybercriminals Target Victims: Report Cites Top Information Resources

Posted on September 19th, 2016.

Cybercriminals, whose attacks cost organizations millions of dollars a year, do extensive research on their targets. They gather organizational and personal information before deciding which vulnerabilities to exploit. SurfWatch Labs, a security consultancy, has released a report on research resources cybercriminals use. The purpose of...

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Japan’s Cybercriminals Take Payments in PlayStation Codes

Posted on October 16th, 2015.

A report from cybersecurity firm Trend Micro reveals that the cybercriminal underground in Japan is still only finding its feet despite its potential for tremendous havoc. Japan may find itself at the crossroads. It faces a growing threat posed by its cybercriminal underground that is still finding its feet and less prolific compared to...

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Tor Network May Face Disabling Attack

Posted on December 20th, 2014.

The Tor Project has learned that there may be an attempt to incapacitate our network in the next few days through the seizure of specialized servers in the network called directory authorities. These words were the introduction to Possible upcoming attempts to disable the Tor network, an announcement made early Friday evening,...