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

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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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