What will become the new alpha of dark web marketplaces?
Flashpoint CEO Josh Lefkowitz talks with Greg Otto on the change in the hierarchy of dark web marketplaces and if anyone will ever rise to the stature of AlphaBay.
Dark web intelligence firm Flashpoint raises $28M to expand operations
Flashpoint's new partnership with Georgian Partners will provide additional resources for the company to expand its product portfolio and other services.
Under tough surveillance, China's cybercriminals find creative ways to chat
"You would imagine that people who are engaging in illicit activities would at least make an effort to use a platform that's not explicitly monitored by the regime, right?"
Why Jabber reigns across the Russian cybercrime underground
Much of the Russian cybercrime underworld is an enigma, but one technology serves as a crucial common link across all of it: Jabber.
North Korea's plan to cultivate an army of cybercrime masterminds
Conventional wisdom says North Korea is an arsenal-craving backwater under the rule of despots. The regime, however, is driving a furious growth of its cyber capabilities.
Inside HackForums' rebellious cybercrime empire
One of the most notorious hacking forums may be partly responsible for the big DDoS attack that brought down some of the world's most popular websites. We look at how the home of 'script kiddies' has evolved to this point.