And this week’s how-not-to-secure-your-endpoints goes to stationary and online invites Evite, whose database was auctioned on the dark web for 0.2419 Bitcoins. With peer pressure on the rise, the company has decided to disclose the details of the incident earlier this week. Interestingly enough, the incident took place on or …Read More »
Tor Unveils New Browser for Android Users
Despite Tor becoming more or less synonymous to illegal dark web escapes, up to date, it’s the best solution for preserving anonymity. In a bid to offer an open-source product which basically levels all online users, making them impossible to trace, Tor has unveiled its plans to deliver an Android …Read More »
Tales from the DarkWeb – A Sequel to What Is Dark Web?
For some, the dark web is synonymous to an evil that never sleeps, but, to most Internet users, it’s a greyed-out area where few dares to venture. What’s even more daunting is the fact that nearly all people who have had dealings with ‘the undergarments of the Internet’ returned with …Read More »
What is DarkWeb?
Dark Web is a part of the internet that is intentionally hidden from standard browsers. It is accessible only through specialized software with an appropriate configuration or authorization. The dark web – sometimes called darknet – provides anonymous access to the internet for people who want to keep information about themselves hidden …Read More »