In 2016, there was a large increase in vulnerabilities in software from Adobe, Apple and Microsoft. The 2017 security focus will be on IoT and mobile.
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.
Cybercriminals have always abused legitimate online tools and services, but now they have been joined by an even more insidious group: Terrorists.
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.
The ‘S’ in HTTPS is more than just a letter: It’s a thin line separating privacy and exposure on the Internet, writes Steve McWhirter of Check Point Software Technologies.
In recent months Kaspersky Lab experts have been closely monitoring so-called Darknet resources, mostly the Tor network, and one thing that is immediately obvious is that the cybercriminal element is growing.