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Darknet Diaries

Explore the dark side of the Internet with host Jack Rhysider as he takes you on a journey through the chilling world of privacy hacks, data breaches, and cyber crime. The masterful criminal hackers who dwell on the dark side show us just how vulnerable we all are.

Darknet Diaries

108: Marq

This is the story of Marq (twitter.com/dev_null321). Which involves passwords, the dark web, and police.SponsorsSupport for this podcast comes from Cybereason. Cybereason reverses the attacker’s advantage and puts the power back...
Darknet Diaries

107: Alethe

Alethe (https://twitter.com/AletheDenis) is a social engineer. Professionally she tries to trick people to give her passwords and access that she shouldn’t have. But her journey to this point is interesting and...
Darknet Diaries

106: @Tennessee

How much online abuse are you willing to take before you decide to let your abuser have what they want? Unfortunately, this is a decision that many people have to ask...
Darknet Diaries

105: Secret Cells

Joseph Cox (https://twitter.com/josephfcox), Senior Staff Writer at Motherboard (https://www.vice.com/en/topic/motherboard), joins us to talk about the world of encrypted phones.SponsorsSupport for this show comes from IT Pro TV. Get 65 hours of...
Darknet Diaries

104: Arya

Arya Ebrahami has had quite a personal relationship with darknet marketplaces. In this episode you’ll hear about his adventures on tor. Arya’s current project is https://lofi-defi.com.SponsorsSupport for this show comes from...
Darknet Diaries

103: Cloud Hopper

Fabio Viggiani is an incident responder. In this episode he talks about the story when one of his clients were breached.SponsorsSupport for this show, and for stretched security teams, comes from...
Darknet Diaries

102: Money Maker

Frank Bourassa had an idea. He was going to make money. Literally. Listen to the story of a master counterfeiter.
Darknet Diaries

Cyber Presents: How To Not Get Scammed In The Crypto Market

There is no episode of Darknet Diaries this week. Instead we are going to play an episode from the podcast Cyber, by Vice Motherboard. See you with a new episode next...
Darknet Diaries

101: Lotería

In 2014 the Peurto Rico Lottery was mysteriously losing money. Listen to this never before told story about what happened and who did it.SponsorsSupport for this show comes from IT Pro...
Darknet Diaries

100: NSO

The NSO Group creates a spyware called Pegasus which gives someone access to the data on a mobile phone. They sell this spyware to government agencies around the world. How is...
Darknet Diaries

99: The Spy

Igor works as a private investigator in NYC. He’s often sitting in cars keeping a distant eye on someone with binoculars. Or following someone through the busy streets of New York....
Darknet Diaries

98: Zero Day Brokers

Zero day brokers are people who make or sell malware that’s sold to people who will use that malware to exploit people. It’s a strange and mysterious world that not many...
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97: The Pizza Problem

What if someone wanted to own your Instagram account? Not just control it, but make it totally theirs. This episode tells the story of how someone tried to steal an Instagram...
Darknet Diaries

96: The Police Station Incident

Nicole Beckwith wears a lot of hats. She’s a programmer, incident responder, but also a cop and Secret Service agent. In this episode she tells a story which involves all of these...
Darknet Diaries

95: Jon & Brian's Big Adventure

Jon and Brian are penetration testers. They’re paid to break into building and hack into networks to test the security of those buildings. In this episode they bring us a story of how they...

MoleRats APT Launches Spy Campaign on Bankers, Politicians, Journalists

State-sponsored cyberattackers are using Google Drive, Dropbox and other legitimate services to drop spyware on Middle-Eastern targets and exfiltrate data.

The Case for Backing Up Source Code

As enterprise data security concerns grow, security experts urge businesses to back up their GitLab, GitHub, and BitBucket repositories.

Surge in Malicious QR Codes Sparks FBI Alert

QR codes have become a go-to staple for contactless transactions of all sorts during the pandemic, and the FBI is warning cybercriminals are capitalizing on their lax security to steal data and money, and drop malware.

Dark Souls 3 Servers Shut Down Due to Critical RCE Bug

The bug can allow attackers to remotely execute code on gamers’ computers. The devs temporarily deactivated PvP servers across multiple affected versions.
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REvil gang member arrests strike fear among cybercriminals on the Dark Web

Dark Web forum posts uncovered by Trustwave show that the recent arrests in Russia have triggered major concerns among fellow criminals.