April 2019

Webhose Image Recognition Helps Identify Illicit Content

Posted on April 17, 2019 by

How Webhose Uses Image Analysis and Recognition to Identify Illicit Content on the Dark Web Collecting data from the Dark Web is immensely more complex than it is in the open web. Since users want to remain anonymous and criminals often use their own jargon, it is far more difficult to navigate and track the

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Webhose’s Top 4 Predictions in Cyber for 2019

Posted on January 8, 2019 by

What Can We Expect on the Dark Web in 2019? From the data breach of major consumer brands like British Airways to huge social media sites like Quora and Facebook, 2018 showed us that it’s not a question of if, but when an organization will suffer a security breach. What’s more, the cost of data

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Webhose 2018 Year in Review

Posted on December 21, 2018 by

The Year in Review at Webhose What a year we’ve had at Webhose! With your ongoing feedback we’ve been able to develop offerings that better serve you. As we stop to catch our breath before the year ends, we wanted to review how much was achieved in such a short time. And we thought the

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What We Learned at ISS World North America

Posted on September 14, 2018 by

Last week, between September 5-7, Webhose took part in the ISS World North America convention in Washington D.C. Hundreds of members among the leading national intelligence and cyber security agencies from over 20 countries participated. Topics such as data collection, criminal profiling, criminal anonymization and how to conduct crime investigations using the online resources at

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Structuring the Dark Web!

Posted on January 24, 2018 by

We’ve recently launched an exciting new addition to our dark web data feed (as featured on Betanews, ProgrammableWeb, and elsewhere): now, in addition to industry-leading breadth of coverage of the TOR network, we’ll also be structuring the extracted data so that it fits into a similar JSON format as our open web data feeds. The

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There’s An Exciting New Way to Access Dark Web Data

Posted on September 21, 2017 by

For the past few months we’ve been rolling out a new feature that’s already garnering a lot of excitement. Now that it’s officially live and actually being used by our customers, it’s time to officially introduce it. So please put your hands together and give a warm welcome to the Dark Web Data Feed! Basically,

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Crawling the Dark Web to Detect the Next Market

Posted on July 25, 2017 by

Over the past few days, the internet has been abuzz with talk of the recent blows dealt by law enforcement to two major dark web “marketplaces”, AlphaBay and Hansa market; and the subsequent suicide of Alexander Cazes – the Canadian programmer-turned-criminal mastermind behind AlphaBay, who ended his own life in a Thai prison while awaiting

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How web data saves lives, identifies threats, and brings criminals to justice

Posted on February 16, 2017 by

The Webhose.io team will remember February 13th 2017 primarily because of the opportunity to present at i-HLS Big Data alongside Fortune 500 leaders including IBM, SAP, and Dell. Over 500 participants convened to learn how homeland security and law enforcement agencies are using big data to serve and protect. Of particular interest was the role

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