Matthew Venturi

Matthew Venturi is a senior writer for DarkWebMarket.net. He covers topics related to privacy, cybersecurity, and hacker culture. Prior to working for DarkWebMarket.net, he was a junior editor for The Washington Post. Matthew received his bachelor’s degree from Tulane University in communications and a master’s degree in journalism from Michigan State where he was also a graduate assistant.

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Large Scale Malicious Attack Through TOR Network Exit Relays 

For anyone spending time on dark web markets, this is for you. Were you aware that cyber attackers manage to control nearly 24% of all TOR network exit relays. Hackers then use these malicious exit relays to SSL strip cryptocurrency transfers and payments. The hackers targeted traffic inside the TOR network that was related to …

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Dark Web Market Drug Vendors on Why They Choose to Sell Over the Dark Web

Ever since 2011, drug-based online markets have been booming with business. Although Silk Road, one of the most infamous drug marketplaces, is no longer at play since its shutdown(s) by the FBI and Europol, large quantities of illegal drugs are still sold online every day. Besides that, there are more than thousands of vendors out …

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Coronavirus Masks Being Sold By Dark Web Black Market Dealers

Digital Shadows, an Internet risk management company, found a listing on the dark web that sells boxes of surgical masks to people infected with the coronavirus. Each box contains 2,000 masks and costs roughly $6,500. But this listing isn’t the only one on the deep web to take advantage of the pandemic. In Ukraine, a …

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