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The Dark Web. In the minds of most consumers, it’s the Boogeyman’s cyber-playground. A land of digital anarchy, where guns, drugs and other black market items are traded freely for crypto-currency. There are low-lit individuals concealed in hoodies hovering over a keyboard and striking keys to...

When it comes to dark web black markets, anonymity is key. To help maintain their anonymity, dark web black market users leverage a variety of tools and technologies that mask their identity and location. It’s important to know how these tools are used so you can perform reconnaissance and...

Anonymous web browsers (like Tor and I2P) have created what has become known as the Dark Web, enabling users to access and host websites completely anonymously. Naturally, this has given rise to a large community of underground illegal black markets and forums, where users can buy or sell almost...

Whether you’ve visited the Dark Web or not, you’re likely aware that it’s comprised of various anonymous forums and black markets. Many of these Dark Web black markets are used for illegal activities, like buying and selling drugs, weapons, confidential documents and illegal services. While you...

An ad uploaded to a Russian underground black market a few days ago allegedly offers a new and improved version of the infamous banking malware Asacub. This Android malware was originally designed to steal user data and send it to a remote server, but in January 2016, cybersecurity company...

IntSights Research Group (IRG) has uncovered an interesting new development: a black market for black markets. Developers are selling a black market framework, which allows ‘merchants’ to sell just about anything.