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Czech Court Approves Extradition Of LinkedIn Hacker: But To The US Or Russia?

A judge in the Czech Republic approved the extradition of Russian hacker Yevgeny Nikulin, a.k.a. “Peace” or “peace_of_mind”, who is accused of serious crimes in both the US and Russia. The cybercriminal can be extradited based on the current charges. However, the court did not specify which country. The Russian hacker was arrested in a joint operation between the Federal ... Read More »

More Than 60 Percent Of New Zealand Narcotic Users Obtained Their Fix From The Dark Web

The annual Global Drug Survey (GDS) was released recently, showing that little more than 60 percent of drug users from New Zealand acquired narcotics from the dark web in the past year. The London-based independent research company produces reports from global media, public health, and for corporate organizations. With the GDS’ annual reports, the company seeks to present data, which ... Read More »

Cybersecurity Insurance Market to Increase by 3X to $10 Billion in 2020

The demand for cyber security systems and solutions have been on the rise as a result of the emergence of complex and highly sophisticated ransomware, hacking attacks and security breaches. Although analysts agree that prevention is the optimal solution against ransomware attacks and other forms of hacking attacks, companies have begun to seek cyber security insurance as ransomware attacks began ... Read More »

What is an ICO (Initial Coin Offering)

The cryptocurrency market is often referred to as the “wild west of finance”. Cryptocurrencies can sometimes increase in value several times over. Investment opportunities in the form of crowdfunding campaigns are extremely common in the cryptocurrency sphere. These come in the form of ICOs, short for Initial Coin Offering. Crowdfunding and cryptocurrency is a match made in heaven. Development teams ... Read More »

Bitcoin news roundup, February 12, 2017

This week’s summary of various cryptocurrency news and developments: New developments: China’s central bank threatened to shut down bitcoin exchanges The People’s Bank of China (PBOC), China’s central bank, released a statement in its website, where it laid out a warning issued to several bitcoin exchanges in a meeting. Notably, the People’s Bank of China told exchanges not to take ... Read More »

12 Million Pages of Declassified Documents From CIA

UFO’s, Modern Wars & STARGATE Oh My CIA took to Twitter Trump style, tweeting the announcement that “Approx. 930,000 documents, totaling more than 12 million pages” became available online last week. CIA used hashtags to describe several subject names of files released online: #ColdWar, #BerlinTunnel, #Vietnam and others. Along with a new look for the CIA Freedom of Information Act ... Read More »

PeerFlow – A Novel System To Load Balance Client Traffic In Tor

PeerFlow is a newly presented system to load balance client traffic for Tor securely. To promote security within Tor, no adversary should be allowed to handle a large percentage of the traffic. Nevertheless, Tor’s relay nodes are run by volunteering individuals whose reporting of the relay bandwidths can’t be trusted. This is of great significance given the fact that Tor ... Read More »

Ross Ulbricht Legal Defense Fund Hacked

On December 4th, 2016 Lyn Ulbricht, the mother of Ross Ulbricht, the man convicted of running the Silk Road, helped host the Free-Ross-A-Thon, a fundraiser for Ross’ legal defense fund. Ross Ulbricht is currently appealing the life sentence that was handed down by a federal court. The cost of producing the appeal documents in Ross’ case alone cost $14,000, and ... Read More »

Proof of Evidence Tampering Sparks Worldwide Support of Ross Ulbricht

New York, NY, December 14, 2016 – In a huge outpouring of support on December 4, people worldwide tuned in to an eight-hour, online fundraiser called the Free Ross-A-Thon aimed at raising $14,000 to cover some costs of Ulbricht’s appeal. The fundraiser surpassed all goals by raising $50,000 from donors around the globe. The largest donation of $25,000 came from ... Read More »

French Bitcoin Startup: Blockchain Will Help 40% of the Unbanked

At the annual Trustech conference, an event participated by leading payment, identity and security experts, France-based bitcoin blockchain data startup Rennes CEO Gilles Cadignan emphasized the ability of bitcoin to target a vast majority of the global unbanked population. As bitcoin experts and investors like former blockchain product lead Keonne Rodriguez note, bitcoin enables previously impossible payments with unprecedented security ... Read More »

Guide: How To buy From The TradeRoute Market?

Market tutorial for The Trade Route market, as it was provided by the market staff: 1. Security First of all we have to be sure that we are completely anonymous while using Trade Route. VPN This step is not mandatory but it’s highly recommended in order to protect your privacy. The reason for using a VPN is that you need ... Read More »

Bitcoin news roundup, 20th November 2016

This week’s summary of various cryptocurrency news and developments: New developments: The IRS is seeking records on Coinbase’s customers, who transacted between 2013 and 2015 In a surprise tax probe, the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) is attempting to obtain records help by Coinbase, a prominent company in the cryptocurrency world. The targets of the investigation are not directly named, but ... Read More »

EnergyControl Drug Testing Service launch Its International Site

Energy Control is a Spanish harm reduction project for recreational drug users. Since 1997, they have developed harm reduction projects and, since then, they have been recognized and acknowledged by local, national and European institutions. Their Drug Checking Service, originally focused on Spanish drug users, is a pioneer project that provides identification and quantification of drug samples destined for personal ... Read More »