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Three major types of Covid offerings have emerged on darknet markets since late February: protective gear, medications and services that help people commit fraud. Underground markets that sell illegal commodities like drugs, counterfeit currency and fake documentation tend to flourish in times of crisis, and the COVID-19 pandemic is no exception. The online underground economy has responded to the current crisis by exploiting demand for COVID-19-related commodities.

Research finds that PPE, medicines, and counterfeit products thrive on darknet websites during the pandemic. Underground markets that sell illegal commodities like drugs, counterfeit currency and fake documentation tend to flourish in times of crisis, and the COVID-19 pandemic is no exception. The online underground economy has responded to the current crisis by exploiting demand for COVID-19-related commodities.

The volume of stolen payment cards up for sale on the dark web has plummeted in the first half of 2020 thanks in part to changing shopping patterns driven by COVID-19, according to Sixgill. The cyber-intelligence company’s biannual Underground Financial Fraud report is distilled from its analysis of underground carding and other sites.

Even as they deal in stolen credit card numbers and illegal drugs, the patrons of dark web marketplaces expect these underground retail outlets to abide by certain general terms of fair play. New research from threat intelligence firm Digital Shadows indicates that these markets endure based largely on perceptions of honest dealing that are comparable to the standards expected from legitimate retail sites.

Underground markets that sell illegal commodities like drugs, counterfeit currency and fake documentation tend to flourish in times of crisis, and the COVID-19 pandemic is no exception. The online underground economy has responded to the current crisis by exploiting demand for COVID-19-related commodities.

The US accuses Costa Rican pharmacist and merchant of shipping restricted narcotics in souvenirs between February 2012 to May 2020; Drug Trafficking Prosecutor's Office in Costa Rica investigated the same facts here but could not prove the crimes. The United States Department of Justice accused a Costa Rican pharmacist and merchant of allegedly shipping restricted-use narcotics such as morphine, alprazolam and oxycontin, among others, hidden in souvenirs.

Billions of passwords, which can be potentially matches to some of the owners when connected with email addresses, are located on the dark web, according to a new cybersecurity inquiry. Cybersecurity researchers have discovered usernames and passwords for some 15 billion accounts online, including network administration credentials, consumer bank logins, and more.




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