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In order to understand the dark web, it's necessary to not just understand the content of the system but also how the websites, users, and activities on the dark web are connected to each other. Exploring these connections and approaching the dark web ecosystem holistically can give us valuable information about how to monitor it effectively. This white paper discusses three key questions: What is the dark web? What types of sites and site content make up the dark web? What do organizations need to know …
Most people never access the dark web. For those of us that do, there are few resources that allow for exploration or meticulous study. Even seemingly straightforward questions like what kind and how much of different types of content exist on the dark web don't have reliable answers. This research report aims to bring a more rigorous and scientific approach to analyzing content on the dark web and comes with a complete description of methods and an explicit discussion of the limitations of our approach.
The dark web is notorious for its nefarious listings. Drugs, guns, weapons, and terrorism tend to dominate discussions about the dark web. However, the dark web (as people tend to think about it) is mostly legal. That doesn't mean, though, that it's safe. This report explores an area of content seldom discussed outside of dark web criminal circles: fraud guides. These guides are widely available on dark web markets and typically provide information about exploiting people and processes for profit.
Fraud — primarily fueled by the sale of stolen credentials, personal information, and financial information — makes up a large portion of the dark web economy. Mid-sized banks and credit unions don't often have the same resources as larger financial institutions to combat fraud and are becoming a more attractive target to malicious actors. This case study examines a mid-sized credit union that adopted a dark web data monitoring solution to expand its information security coverage to a volatile area …