Joint Operation: SSNDOB Personal Data Darknet Market Seized

What SSNDOB Was Before Its Servers Were Seized The US Department of Justice, Internal Revenue Service, and Federal Bureau of Investigation have joined forces with law enforcement authorities in Latvia and Cyprus to seize the SSNDOB darknet market. They informed the public about the operation in the official report on June 7, 2022. SSNDOB used… Continue reading Joint Operation: SSNDOB Personal Data Darknet Market Seized

Meta Infostealer Malware Spread via Spam Campaign

Meta, a newly crafted information-stealing malware, is distributed via a vast spam spree. The mechanism of the stealer injection within this campaign is already well-known. However, Meta is now a mainstream tool among hackers. Therefore, further attacks featuring this software but with different scenarios are inevitable. This article explains how the current malspam scheme works.… Continue reading Meta Infostealer Malware Spread via Spam Campaign

What is Cyberbullying: How to Prevent It

Cyberbullying (or cyberharassment) is bullying that happens online over digital devices like mobile phones, computers, etc. Usually being an extension of real-life bullying, cyberbullying includes teasing, intimidation, threat, demonstration of dominance, coercion, insult, etc. Just as common bullying, online harassment is repetitive aggression that emphasizes an imbalance of power. The difference is made by the… Continue reading What is Cyberbullying: How to Prevent It

What You Don’t Know About Location Sharing on Social Networks

Everybody knows there are certain things you can’t share on the Internet without the risk of serious consequences — photos of yourself in compromising positions, intimate details of your travel plans, or what you really think of your boss, for instance. But there are other morsels of information we share with regularity and without considering… Continue reading What You Don’t Know About Location Sharing on Social Networks