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DoJ on Criminal Marketplaces and Not Breaking the Law

Security researchers, law enforcement, and analysts lurk in criminal marketplaces and forums collecting information which may indicate a possible data breach or data theft. It’s a tricky balancing act—blending in among criminals while not engaging in criminal activity that could get them arrested.

Government, Cybercrime, Penetration Testing

Interpol Arrests Possible Magecart Attackers in Indonesia

Three people arrested in Indonesia for using web skimmers to steal payment card details from websites may be linked to one of the groups operating under the Magecart umbrella.

Magecart, Cybercrime

Prices for Attack Tools on Dark Web Forums Remain Stagnant

Flashpoint analysts look at Dark Web marketplaces and see that prices have not changed all that much in two years.

Cybercrime

The Dark Web is Small, Criminal Threats Are Not

While it’s intriguing that the Dark Web may be smaller than perceived, it was never the biggest threat to enterprises.

Cybercrime, Dark Web

BEC Scams Cost $1.2 Billion in 2018

BEC scams continue to rise and accounted for $1.2 billion in losses in 2018. The good news is that the FBI was able to work with banks to recover some of the funds.

Cybercrime