The bureau rejected a FOIA request without explaining why.
At a cybersecurity conference, the FBI aired a video showing the arrest of AlphaBay’s Alexandre Cazes.
A seller's reputation goes a long way on the dark net.
The 19-year-old arrested for the wave of JCC bomb scares was allegedly charging as little as $30 for each threat, racking up nearly $240,000 for his services.
“This is a massive hit—two of the top three."
Feds say alleged AlphaBay operator Alexandre Cazes welcomed users to the dark web drug market with a message that included the email address "Pimp_Alex_91@hotmail.com."
A man suspected of running AlphaBay was found dead in a Thai prison last week; Dutch police say they have infiltrated another market called Hansa.
When a dark web market goes down, and panicked users are desperately trying to get their coins back, scammers are going to cash in.
“How much do you want for that?”
The process, which may now be defunct, required stolen identities, bank drops, and phone emulators.