In this month’s episode, we look back at 2021 - the year when payment card fraud dominated the darkweb, aided by the rise in eCommerce during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. The growth of online shopping has allowed fraudsters to use tactics that take advantage of vulnerabilities in eCommerce platforms, allowing them to skim consumer credit card details, which are then sold online.
We will pay particular attention to American cybercrime agency Gemini Advisory's newly released annual report. In it, their analysts highlight that the levels of Card Present records offered for sale on the dark web have continued to decline, whereas the availability of Card Not Present records continues to grow.
Listen to our podcast to find out more as Intelligence Specialist Michał Barbaś helps summarise the latest Darknet news.
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According to D3Labs, the credit card data of almost 1 million people has been available for free via an online carding database called All World ...
According to D3Labs, the credit card data of almost 1 million people has been ...
How fraudsters in the People's Republic of China go about their cybercrime activities behind the Great Firewall.
How fraudsters in the People's Republic of China go about their cybercrime ...
Fraudsters gain credit card information and data-rich logs by using social engineering, botnets, malware, and security flaws in trusted services.
Fraudsters gain credit card information and data-rich logs by using social ...
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