Tag: Deep Web

Ulbricht Loses Appeal

Two years after the darknet market Silk Road launched, the FBI shut it down, and seized the Bitcoin funds of sellers and buyers that were held there. They proceeded to arrest the person they felt was the owner and founder, Ross William Ulbricht. Ulbricht’s pseudonym on the site’s forums was “Dread Pirate Roberts” or “DPR” for short. Just a few days ago, Ulbricht lost his appeal and will serve life in …
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Top 5 Legal Reasons to use the Darknet

The deep web has gotten a very bad reputation over the years, as most people see this as a part of the internet only sued by criminals. While it is true the deep web is home to nefarious activities and services, there are plenty of legal use cases to use the non-indexed part of the internet as well. That being said, it will take a lot of work before people …
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Top 6 Disturbing Items for Sale on the Deep Web

The deep web is home to a lot of illegal trading activity these days. Buyers and sellers from all over the world exchange a lot of goods on a global scale and settle most transactions with bitcoin or other cryptocurrencies.  Some of the most outrageous items can be bought and sold on the darknet these days, and it appears the available items only become troublesome as time progresses. #6 Quaaludes …
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Enterprises Can Now Scour The Deep Web For Stolen Information At Little Cost

Law enforcement agencies have been scouring the dark web in search of digital breadcrumbs to curb criminal activity. Terbium Labs, a company focusing on dark web data intelligence, has been working on a project called Matchlight. This dark web data intelligence tool is now globally available, and there is a high chance it will affect data theft as well as the sale of hacked credentials. Matchlight Is Not Your Average …
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