Study finds 15B stolen credentials for sale of the dark web

Most of the records were found to belong to consumers, with an individual record selling for an average of $15.43.

On the dark web for around $71, criminals can buy bank accounts and even make loans

Among consumer account information, bank account information has the highest price, with an average of 70.91 US dollars (about 500 yuan).

BMW customer database for sale on dark web

According to KELA, the threat actor claimed that the BMW data came from a “call center” that manages customers of different car suppliers.

Chinese Canadian woman sentenced to 6 years in prison after being phished by US FBI for buying biological weapons on the dark web

Liu Shijie attempted to purchase a highly toxic chemical agent and protective equipment including masks, aprons, gloves, etc. through the dark web.

LocalBitcoins Says Its Transactions From Darknet Markets Dropped 70%

The P2P platform has seen a decline of over 70% in transactions from darknet markets between September 2019 and May 2020, LocalBitcoins claims.

Millions of Telegram Users’ Data Exposed on Darknet

Telegram, a major privacy-focused messaging app, has suffered a data leak that exposed some personal data of its users on the darknet.

Bitcoin Activity on the Dark Web Grew by 65% in Q1 2020, Says Study

The analytics team claims that such figures could find explanation in mass adoption of the cryptocurrency, attributing it to its “ease of use and popularity” among darknet users and entities.

Darknet Epidemic Data Report, Personal Data Worth Only $1

With the passage of time, cybercriminals have changed the operating structure of the dark web market.

Pornhub Is Now Available as a Tor Site to Protect Users’ Privacy

Pornhub decided to create the Tor mirror site to help protect the porn-viewing habits of LGBT users, whose sexual preferences can be criminalized in certain countries.

Tor Project lays off a third of staff due to coronavirus pressures

The Tor Project, announced on Friday it was laying off a third of its staff due to the economic burden caused by the coronavirus pandemic.


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