Episode 24: Seize and Desist: Changes in the cybercriminal underground

Digital Shadows

Rafael Amado and Michael Marriott discuss how the criminal underground has evolved since the demise of AlphaBay and Hansa. No single marketplace has managed to fill the AlphaBay-shaped gap left behind, at least among the English-speaking community. Existing sites such as Dream and Trade Route have failed to consolidate this empty space, hampered by a combination of poor communication by administrators and suspicion that these sites could be police honeypots like Hansa had been.

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