Credential stuffing uses automated scripts to try out username/password pairs to gain access to a system.
Fortinet’s Eric Chan comes up with a primer on the Dark Web, and five tips on how to stay safe.
In the Internet age, the only way to catch paedophiles is to aggressively search them out on the Dark Web, and if needs be, visit and hack into every single kiddie porn forum there is – which should not be taken lightly, writes Keith Rozario.
Due to Singapore’s unique demographics, many of the attacks seen in western countries have increasingly turned their sights to the city-state, writes Limor Kessem of IBM Security.
There are parts of the Internet not indexed by Google and other standard search engines, known as the ‘Deep Web,’ and OnionCity aims to help you get there, writes Gabey Goh.
McAfee Labs recently released the McAfee Labs Threats Report: Fourth Quarter 2013, highlighting the role of the ‘dark web’ or ‘dark net’ malware industry as a key enabler of the high-profile point-of-sale (POS) attacks and data breaches in the fall of 2013.