Tag Archives: Dark

Chrome 74 beta includes Windows Dark Setting, assistance for OS-level …

With version 73 now available on Mac, Windows, Linux, and Android, the next beta release of Google’s browser is rolling out. Chrome 74 notably brings Dark Mode support to Windows, and can instruct websites to respect any OS-level user preference to reduce motion. Android, iOS, macOS, and Windows all feature accessibility options to “Reduce motion” or “Remove animations.” This is designed to help users that get motion sickness when viewing transition animations, parallax scrolling, or zooming effects. While many users enjoy such animations, some users dislike them […]

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Skies Information advertisements go dark as Andrew Screw safeguards â $ innocentâ $ …

Andrew Bolt has for a long time been George Pell’s staunchest supporter, among a large group of acolytes in the media ranks. But his decision to back the cardinal after he was convicted of child sexual abuse this week has cost his employer dearly, both in ad dollars and reputation. When Bolt announced he would be talking about his serious misgivings about the guilty verdict on The Bolt Report on Tuesday night, Sky News Australia took the unprecedented step of stripping all advertising from the show. The […]

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Beacon, A Darkish Internet Seek Engine Can Be Your Eyes In The Intern…

We have all heard of the dark web: a lawless digital world, uncharted and unstructured, full of data — much of it illegally acquired and illegally for sale — that cannot be viewed without special tools: proxy servers, TOR browsers, and the like. It’s a murky and mysterious place, a place where much information resides, but is difficult to unearth for the uninitiated. Until now. Canada’s Echosec Systems Ltd. recently released Beacon, a security tool that’s designed to shed some light on the dark web.  Karl Swannie […]

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Inside the Dark Internet Discussion Forum That Informs You Exactly How to Make Medicines

This article originally appeared on VICE Netherlands. Let’s say you wake up one day and decide to start your own drug lab. You bribe a farmer in a remote area, take over one of his barns, and install yourself inside. Now what? Take to the dark web, of course, where all questions about both making and selling drugs are answered. Where it is perfectly acceptable to ask: “Can you recommend a step-by-step video tutorial on how to make speed?” “Dread” is a dark web platform where you […]

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Tampa bay authorities closed down xDedic, a dark site called a ‘…

The dark web took a hit in recent days, thanks to an investigation run out of the federal prosecutor’s office in Tampa. Authorities shut down the xDedic Marketplace, a website that a cyber security firm once referred to as a “hacker’s dream.” The site sold access to hacked servers all over the world. Buyers could search the site for information based on price, location and computer operating system, including information about U.S. residents that could be used in identity theft and other financial crimes. The victims spanned […]

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Exactly how cryptocurrencies and also the dark internet promote criminal activity

By Detective Joshua Lee, M.L.S., CFE, CCCI, CTFI, CCIE Criminals are slowly turning away from traditional money crimes like robbery and burglary to focus on white-collar crimes, which yield better returns with significantly less chance of being caught. However, due to harsher fraud sentencing guidelines and the threat of losing money and property to asset forfeiture, many of these criminals are turning to a new platform – cryptocurrency – to hide money, making it very difficult for local and state agencies to investigate. Bitcoin, Ethereum, Litecoin and […]

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French start-up deals ‘dark internet’ compass, however except ever before …

For years criminal websites shrouded in secrecy have thrived beyond the reach of traditional search engines, but a group of French engineers has found a way to navigate this dark web — a tool they don’t want to fall into the wrong hands. “We insist on this ability to say ‘no’,” Nicolas Hernandez, co-founder and CEO Ben Givon of Aleph Networks, says Ben Givon at the company’s offices near Lyon, in the heart of France’s Beaujolais wine country. He said Jonathan Siennicki Aleph refused 30 to 40 […]

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