University of East London researchers discover that 90 percent of Dark Web market Agora was run by 10 percent of sellers.
Organised syndicates are dominating illegal activity on the Dark Web in a market worth £26 million, according to new research.
More than three in five European consumers (62%) believe using biometric forms of payment authentication will be faster and easier than passwords and PINs, research by Visa reveals, with 42% believing that the procedure could completely eliminate the need for multiple passwords and PIN codes.
Around midnight one Saturday in January, Sarah Jeong was on her couch, browsing Twitter, when she spontaneously wrote what she now bitterly refers to as “the tweet that launched a thousand ships.” The 28-year-old journalist and author of The Internet of Garbage, a book on spam and online harassment, had been watching Bernie Sanders boosters attacking feminists and supporters of the Black Lives Matter movement.
Samsung has issued another update on the explosive Galaxy Note 7 situation, this time informing consumers how they can differentiate fixed devices from unfixed devices. Through a software update, Samsung says it is going to give non-explosive Note 7s a green battery icon, giving people a quick way to tell a Note 7 is no longer dangerous. There's just one problem with the green battery icon: it's against the rules.
The rising threat posed by cyber attacks is set to be the focus of a review of Australia's intelligence agencies.
The nation's six intelligence agencies will be subject to the probe, which the Government has said will ensure they can appropriately respond to security threats.