Tag: law enforcement

Swedish Police Bust Largest Deep Web Drug Vendor

Another major deep web vendor was busted roughly a week ago. According to government officials, this person is the largest vendor trafficking drugs on underground marketplaces. This is yet another example of why using traditional shipping methods is destroying the illusion of conducting anonymous business on the Internet. Swedish Deep Web Vendor Gets Arrested News about this arrest last week, as a Swedish newspaper mentioned a significant deep web drug …
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Malicous Tor Nodes Are Becoming More Aggressive

It appears as if there are malicious tor nodes in the wild, which are designed to spy on darknet sites. Ever since Tor was created, it became apparent keeping the entire network safe at all times would be a monumental task. With users running individual nodes on the network, it is hard to determine what their ulterior motives are. The Potential Harm in Rogue Tor Nodes Bad exit nodes on …
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UN Pleas For Improved Law Enforcement Tools To Shut Down Dark Net Drug Trading

Putting an end to the drug trafficking on the deep web is a monumental undertaking. The United Nations have taken it upon themselves to find some solution to make this possible, though. By the look of things, this will probably lead to law enforcement agencies being given carte blanche all over the world in the future. The UN Wants To End Dark Net Drug Sales Ever since the Internet has …
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Judge Feels Internet-connected Devices Should Not Expect Any Privacy Protection

Privacy is a topic which can be interpreted in a wide variety of different ways. At the same time, there are a lot of people who don’t grasp the concept of digital privacy. One judge in Virginia has ruled that Internet-connected computers will offer no privacy. The reason is simple: computer security is inefficient at stopping hackers. But what does this mean for law enforcement hacking? Is There Such a …
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