Dark & Deep Web Threat Intelligence

To address the problem of preventing the dark web from damaging the operation of your business, you need to explore exactly what the "dark web" is, how it relates to the deep web, and what it means for your business. Deep Web is a term used to describe the vast majority of the web that is not accessible to Internet search engines. In both deep web terminology and dark web terminology, this is called the clear web.

You will find data sources, including popular network pages and popular networks, but you will also find deep web pages that are not found in search engines such as Google, Yahoo, Facebook and Twitter. This is the vast majority of protected data and web content on the deep and dark web. The deeper web includes websites, web applications, websites, blogs, forums, social media sites, blog posts and other protected and unprotected data, as well as web services and services.
   
When it comes to Cyber Intelligence Operations, there are many sources of information. The technology of the Darknet website is the deep web classification, which consists of pages hidden behind peer-to-peer browsers (P2P) and software that enables anonymous communication. Cyber Threat Intelligence (CTI) or CTi operations fall under the classification of darknet websites, darknet applications, web services and services as "dark web."

The hidden network is closely linked to criminal activities supported by open exchanges and cooperation between actors of the threat. The darknet serves as a platform for criminals to exchange information and help each other. While professional hackers work together in forums and blogs, criminals use the darknet to break up hacking methods and exchange trading information with each other, as well as exchange information about hacking techniques, tools and techniques.

This allows cyber thieves to break into people's personal and business accounts in order to steal their work. Websites and forums on the dark web are used by hackers to buy and sell data stolen from companies, such as passwords, credit card numbers and other sensitive information. What steps can you take to protect your business from threats on the darknet? Our team protects business data from cyber threats by analyzing risks and developing early detection and protection concepts.

We are able to continuously collect information from closed, proprietary sources on the Dark Web, both closed and proprietary, so that we are always up to date.
   
Examples of these sources include criminal infrastructure that harbors malicious attacks, underground forums hacked, including zero-day exploits and forums. One of the biggest strategies we share on the darknet is how domain names are used to create phishing campaigns. There are domain name registrations related to coronavirus, which are then used to collect e-mail addresses, passwords and personal data from people.
   
Journalists sometimes use the darknet to remain anonymous with their sources. Unfortunately, some customers are misled if they think they can retrieve their stolen information before they reach the darker net and prevent them from being sold when they go into the darker net. Credit reference agencies have expanded some of the services they offer to their customers to include dark web monitoring.
   
There is a need to search the more inaccessible corners of the Internet for actionable intelligence as cyber security is strengthened. Dark web nodes often contain websites and user accounts that have been hacked. Collecting and parsing this data can help companies figure out what types of information are currently on hackers' hit lists. Companies, especially those directly involved in protecting sensitive systems from cyber attacks, can use the darkweb to explore the path to the enemy, so to speak.