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Cyber-thieves turn to 'invisible net' to set up attacks
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7 June 2019
On 7 June 2019 BBC News reported:
Cyber-thieves are creating an 'invisible internet' to stop police spying on cyber-crime deals being done on the dark net, research suggests. Instead of trading on marketplaces, criminals have turned to 'gated' chat forums, invitation-only communities and encrypted apps, say researchers. The change could make it hard for law enforcement agencies to spot and trace attacks, they warn. They also found a large increase in attacks aimed at big companies.
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Such 'flops' highlight the need for more intelligent, evolutionary, Natural Law based, life-supporting systems.
The dark net is the part of the internet not accessible to search engines such as Google, and for which people need a special browser to visit. The most well-known dark net is accessed via the Tor browser.
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