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Popular Dark Web Hosting Provider Hacked, 6,500 Sites Down

Daniel’s Hosting (HD), one of the most popular and largest web hosting providers on the dark web, has been hacked, compromising thousands of dark web websites which have since gone offline. According to the Daniel’s Hosting homepage, the sites were compromised on Thursday night, November 15, and the provider has been looking for entry points since then. Dark web sites ... Read More »

Cybercrime-as-a-Service Provider Have Helpdesk Service On the Dark Web

No longer does one need to be a coding guru to venture into the world of cybercrime, especially with the coming of cybercrime-as-a-service (CaaS). Now, hacking has become easier than it has ever been and is still on the verge of getting more comfortable by the day. If there is anything to worry about, then this eventuality features are among ... Read More »

“No Logs” VPN Provider Shared Logs with FBI

Many Virtual Private Network (VPN) providers offer their services while making claims that they do not log traffic, IP addresses, and other user information. Some VPN providers are being honest when they make the claim that they don’t log IP addresses, but others are not being truthful with their customers. In an affidavit released by the Department of Justice, the ... Read More »

Which Secure Email Provider Is the One For You?

As privacy consciousness has increased, phrases like “zero knowledge” and “end-to-end encryption” have become buzzwords of sorts. Many businesses, products, and online services have sprung up in the wake of Edward Snowden hoping to get a slice of the rapidly expanding market for privacy-enhancing technology. But which ones are all talk and which deliver? Let’s take a look at a ... Read More »