It was only last week that Experian released a white paper on what it sees as data breach risks for 2017. Perhaps ironically, then, it was only days later when a dark web vendor claimed to have Experian’s database for sale.
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DoubleFlag, the hacker plus vendor who is known for selling high-profile data on the dark web marketplaces is back at it again, this time, with more data and double the price. In his recent listing, the vendor is claiming to have access to the complete databases of two of the world’s best-known companies Experian and WhoIs.
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According to general manager Ludwig Sandell at Dignato AS, there are industrial trade secrets posted on the dark web, which concerns Norwegian companies, such as Statoil or DNB.
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Intel researchers looked into how hackers steal electronic health records databases and discovered EHR data on the Dark Web, but there’s still one big unanswered question about EHR theft.
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Learning more about how cyber criminals operate on the dark web by Andrei Barysevich.
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