The dark web's largest illegal marketplace went offline last Monday. It was the start of a bad week for cybercriminals.
A 34-year-old Australian man accused of running DarkMarket was arrested in Germany.
Two fake call centres in New Delhi duped more than 8,000 U.S. citizens, robbing them of over $24 million in the last three years.
It’s thought that the 26-year-old’s planned assassination was motivated by financial gain. Police said her parents were “very shocked.”
The man had been abusing the kids for 10 years, and selling child porn via the dark web.
Experts suggest that stay-at-home orders, travel restrictions and increased internet time has led to the increase in both demand and supply.
VICE News spoke to one vendor who claims he's made more than $1.4 million USD selling kits to hospitals and geriatric homes around the world.
We arranged a meeting in Shanghai with a synthetic-drug merchant for our podcast “Painkiller: America’s Fentanyl Crisis.”
Most Russian drug dealers don't hand off drugs anymore—they stash them in geotagged hiding spots ready for pickup by online buyers.
In some parts of the world they conjure wild memories from the 2010s. In Russia, they're more popular than weed.
Using one of these accounts, it seems a customer wouldn’t need to pay Lime for using its scooters.