Since July this year, a string of overdoses across the U.S. has been linked to a deadly opioid called carfentanil, an analog of Fentanyl. This chemical weapon is sold openly on the Internet by Chinese vendors to anyone with the
money, no questions asked.
A hacker has released a database containing around 33 million Twitter user credentials on the dark web. The nature of the data suggests Twitter itself has not been hacked. Instead, it has been assembled using malware to steal passwords.
The user credentials of hundreds of millions of hacked Myspace and Tumblr accounts have turned up online in separate databases. The hack appears to have occurred several years ago and could be related to the recent release of LinkedIn user details.
A lone hacker is selling over a billion email usernames and passwords for only a dollar on the Russian dark web, according to a report. The majority of the accounts are for Mail.ru, Russia's most popular provider, but some cover Google and Microsoft.
Hackers could be selling lifetime access to your Netflix subscription for just $0.50.
A recent report by McAfee Labs revealed you can buy access to “many online streaming entertainment” services, like Netflix and Spotify, in “Dark Web” marketplac
Comcast has confirmed that 200,000 of its customer email addresses and passwords have been found for sale on the dark web, forcing it to contact the affected people and automatically reset their accounts.
A group of seven men in the UK, who referred to babies as "sexy" and encouraged others to watch them raping the young children on videos posted to the "dark web," were sentenced in Bristol Crown Court on Thursday.
How do you Blog? If you use your Blog to post rants you just may have your Blog watched by the Dark Web. Terrorists and extremists use the Internet to recruit. The government uses it to monitor the ones that could be a threat.
Terrorist groups can’t hide on the Web. A team of university researchers have quietly collected the largest digital library of information on terrorist groups. A look inside the part of the Web most of us never see.