In a First, a Man Is Charged for Rape Over the Internet
Sweden’s laws don’t require penetration to call it rape.
Angler exploit kit
One Email Address Links Some of the Biggest Cybercrime Operations
From Lurk, to Angler, to Bedep. Researchers say they're all connected.
How the Feds Use Photoshop to Track Down Pedophiles
From Photoshop to more fine-grained tool, law enforcement agents use photo and video manipulation to identify pedophiles, even those who use the dark web.
Silk Road 2.0 Right-Hand Man Pleads Guilty
Brian Farrell was identified by Carnegie Mellon University's Software Engineering Institute's attack on the Tor network.
Germany’s Most Notorious Darknet Drug Dealer Sentenced to Only 7 Years
The 20-year-old behind Shiny Flakes is now behind bars.
Silk Road's Main Moderator Pleads Guilty
Peter Nash faces a maximum sentence of life in prison.
Then the SWAT Team Rolls Up: Was a Darknet Arms Dealer Arrested on Campus?
Undercover cops arrested a 25-year-old engineering student for dealing weapons internationally.
The Scourge of the Internet: A Chat With Two Hackers on the Stress of DDoS
In 2012, DDoS attacks increased by a pretty ridiculous 200 percent, and 35 percent of businesses experienced some kind of disruptive DDoS attack.
Chat Logs From The Internet's 24-Year-Old "King of Spam"
He’s called “the King of Spam” among members of the internet’s seedy underground, and now he’s been caught by authorities.