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Thursday, August 06, 2015
The Dangers of the Deep, Dark Web
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In the security world and mainstream media, the term "Deep Web" means that it's a marketplace for special kinds of content that a criminal entrepreneur might need or want to sell. Your organization needs to be aware of what happens in the Dark Web. Content pertaining to your organization — potential attacks, leaked data, stolen accounts allowing direct access into your network — could be among the goods for sale. This research report offers a high-level overview of two mainstream networks in the Deep Web: Tor or .onion sites and I2P.
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