CyberWisdom Safe Harbor Commentary on Dark Net
You can not google your way to Dark Web, you have to download a special kind of software called “Tor”.
The Tor browser hides your identity and your online activity, allowing you to anonymously search the internet and open the door to the haze world of online markets, all you can imagine buying and selling secretly.
With the help of Clearwater’s anti-hacking company KnowBe4, ABC Action News found a dark net website selling people’s bank accounts.
The site tells you if a hacker has stolen your personal information from a data breach
Find out if your email has been violated by this site
A network specialist at KnowBe4 told ABC News that it took only one step for someone to cash in and deny innocent victims on the Internet.
“One step, everything goes there … all of that is there, and we do not say his name because his job requires him to be as anonymous as possible.
ABC News found another user login and personal password for a site sales interview employee related to Tampa General Hospital, University of South Florida, University of Tampa, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Light, Hillsborough County School, and more.
It’s all posted on a website that is not actually a hacker’s website, but where its sales information comes from, including high-profile breakthroughs from consumer websites such as LinkedIn, Adobe and Dropbox, where people log in using their work email domain The place is.
If they use the same work email password … this is a problem.
“The problem is that all the data is stored somewhere and it has the power to make up,” said Tomatinez, Cyber Sequr
But what surprised us was how violent these violations are. We find ourselves claiming FBI, CIA, Centcom and even White House employees’ personal passwords.
We remind each organization and forward everything they discover to them. Those responses tell us that the password is no longer valid.
However, our experts say this does not matter because hackers can run old passwords through automated programs to see if they are active elsewhere.
Then they can use this information to launch hacker attacks.
Crack one, you’re already black.
The sales information website operates in the Seychelles off the coast of Africa.
We did not name the site, but we did contact them and asked them why they wanted to post a personal password.
They say the information is open because it has been violated and is being donated to them anonymously.
They claim to provide this information so that people can see if their information has been hacked and leaked.
We tested our own email domain on ABC Action News and found at least two employees exposed the current and active personal passwords and sold it on this site.
It’s a place where criminals sell everything from drugs, guns, and stolen identities to human remains. You can’t Google your way on to the darknet, you have to download a special kind of software known as “Tor”. The Tor browser conceals your identity and your online activity allowing you to anonymously search the internet, opening the door to a shadowy world of cyber marketplaces, where everything you can imagine can be bought and sold in secret. With the help of anti-hacking firm “KnowBe4″ based in Clearwater ABC Action News found a darknet site selling access to people’s bank accounts. Websites tell you if hackers stole your personal information in data breaches Find out if your email has been breached with this website A cyber expert at KnowBe4 tells ABC Action News that one step is all it takes for someone to cash in and rip an innocent victim off on the darknet. “One step. It’s all there for the taking… it’s all there,” said the cyber expert, who asked us not to name him because his work requires him to stay as anonymous as he can. ABC Action News found another site selling access to usernames and personal passwords of employees, associated with Tampa General… Engaging post, Read More…
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