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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[eBook] Protecting Fortune 500 Companies with Dark Web Data Collection

Posted on February 26, 2019 by

In recent years, it seems like not a day goes by without an announcement of a hack or data breach from a highly reputable company – whether Facebook, British Airways, or the Marriott. With the amount of data available online constantly expanding at a infinite rate lies a golden opportunity for hackers. Statistics have shown

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How a Web Monitoring Service Can Detect the Pakistani Banking Data Breach in Advance

Posted on November 8, 2018 by

Major banks across Pakistan have suspended use of their debit cards and blocked international transactions after a report that data from a total of 19,000 debit cards were stolen in a cyber security breach. Debit card details have been published in two separate dumps on the Darknet for sale. That got us thinking. Can data

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