Almost one year since the AlphaBay and Hansa takedowns, no single online criminal marketplace has risen to ...
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There are now 750 million more files exposed than we reported last year; not all of them are blatantly sensitive, but there is plenty of gold in these mountains.
Simon talks about how easy it is to conduct domain squatting and typosquatting, and how little monitoring still goes on around them in the industry.
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We took a deep-dive into the cybercriminal underground to investigate the persistence of forums, uncovering several reasons they remain attractive amid appealing alternatives.
In this blog, we discuss several significant trends and events that have helped shape the cyber threat landscape, all of which will almost certainly continue through 2020.
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The survival of the cybercriminal forum in the face of new, more secure technologies and constant pressure from law enforcement does not come as a surprise to researchers at Digital Shadows.
Part 2 looks at cybercriminal forum users’ resistance to moving away from the forum model.
This blog seeks to rebalance intelligence tradecraft discussions by highlighting some of the less glamorous everyday sources of bias that are too often overlooked.
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