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50 Shades of Dark: How to Use the Dark Web for Threat Intelligence

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There's a lot of talk about the dark web these days, including how cyber criminals use it to spread malware, leak intellectual property, and publish user account credentials.

Using open source intelligence (OSINT), our team explored the surface, deep, and dark parts of the web and investigated the links between them.
Download this white paper to learn:

  • What the dark, deep, and surface web really are and why your information security team should care
  • How stolen credit card information, credentials, and even exploit kits are marketed
  • How OSINT sheds light on the darker parts of the web to help identify malicious activity.

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