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Wednesday, December 28, 2016

German Police Expect Fewer Counterfeit Euros in 2017

The State Criminal Police Office (Landeskriminalamt or LKA in German), issued a statement that dually functioned as a warning. According to Nevin Ayyildiz, a spokesperson for the LKA, counterfeit €20-notes and €50-notes accounted for 60 percent of Hanover’s cashflow. However, the LKA spokesperson announced that the Police expect to see a “moderate decline” in counterfeit currency—compared to last year.

In 2016, police seized 7,000 counterfeit Euro notes in Hanover. Despite the high number of cases that involved counterfeit money, the LKA had bright news. They expect a ten percent decrease in counterfeit usage next year. Researchers, the spokesperson announced, found that more banks and stores were learning to identify the fake currency. Previously, only the banks could detect the false notes—depending on the quality of the note itself. Now, the quality of the fake notes is “rather moderate,” Ayyildiz said. The average store, “such as baker’s shop and at petrol stations,” started catching the notes, and those stores were the primary victim in 2016.

Regardless of the expected decline in fraudulent money circulation, the LKA warned the potential recipients of the counterfeits. Those who paid with false €50s heard the same warning. The quality of the average fake banknote improved since its introduction but so have the security features on modern prints. The Federal Criminal Police Office (Bundeskriminalamt or BKA in German) released an informational report on detecting counterfeit Euros.

The report included details on methods used to identify the fakes, along with information about the counterfeiter himself. For instance, under the “How good is a counterfeit Euro?” section:

Narcotics Sale, Child Porn, Gun Possession And Rape Charges Against A German

A 37-year-old man from Fahrenzhausen, Germany has been charged with serious crimes including the possession of three handguns, child porn, the distribution of drugs on the internet and the rape of his ex-girlfriend.

Court documents say that the accused was involved in the dark net scene since 2013. Firstly, investigators were on the wrong trail, they were tracing the purchase of a machine gun, however, it led to a man from Baden-Württemberg (who was a suspect in another case). When law enforcement authorities finally tracked down the 37-year-old, they found an arsenal of firearms in his apartment. In October 2015, police seized three fully functioning semi-automatic Glock 17, Glock 19 and Glock 26 pistols, a handle and a silencer for a Glock 17 handgun. Also, 90 rounds of ammunition were discovered by the authorities.

According to police information, the 37-year-old purchased all firearms from the dark web, which were shipped as separate parts to the man’s apartment. He invested about 4,000 euros in the weapons. The charges include the illicit acquisition of nine essential components of semi-automatic short-armament, the unauthorized possession of three semi-automatic short weapons, and the illegal acquisition and possession of ammunition.

In addition to that, the suspect is also accused of the commercial production and marketing of counterfeit medicines in 89 cases. The 37-year-old ran a shop on the internet (clearnet or dark net, it is unclear) where he advertised and sold Maxidus, an unauthorized herbal potency agent from January 2014 to May 2015. The prosecution claims the man sent out about 3,900 capsules to his customers by mail and scored 6,000 euros in total. However, the Maxidus pills were fake, the 37-year-old crushed Viagra tablets and mixed it with cocoa powder in gelatin capsules.

During the home search, detectives seized the hard drives and the mobile phones of the suspect where forensic experts found 33 images and seven video files containing youth porn and 127 pictures and 40 videos of child pornography material.

When officers examined the iPad of the suspect, they found other incriminating evidence too. The investigation showed that the 37-year-old has sexually assaulted his 31-year-old ex-girlfriend in November 2011, June 2012, January 2013 and November 2013. The accused made videos of their sexual intercourses.

Prosecution charged the suspect with four cases of sexual abuse of incapacitated persons by means of pictures, the possession of youth pornographic contents in 38 cases, and possession of child pornographic contents in 167 cases.

During the trial, the accused confessed his crimes with the help of his defender Robert Alavi who managed to agree on four to five years in prison for his client. The lawyer said that the 37-year-old had already apologized to his ex-girlfriend for his deeds and claimed that there were no drugs involved during the sexual intercourse. He also stated that his client was selling narcotics to clear his financial problems and was not aware that he was violating the German drug laws. The accused also claimed that child and youth porn on his computer had been saved years ago and he had forgotten about the data. The 37-year-old said that he ordered the weapons for self-defense only, he did not plan to harm anyone. He added that the firearms were in his possession to resort the means of suicide.

Despite the agreement, the Chamber continues the investigation, with a verdict to be announced soon.

Monday, December 26, 2016

Vendor BlimeSub a.k.a BTH-Overdose busted

Emil Babadjov, the person behind the vendor aliases “Blime-Sub” and “BTH-Overdose,” was arrested and made his initial court appearance on December 14 2016, in San Francisco. According to the indictment he sold heroin, fentanyl, and methamphetamine on Alphabay with both accounts having combined over 2300 sales.

This article will focus on how law enforcement investigated and eventually caught Babadjov. Since the complaint is quite lengthy the article will outline the key parts of the investigation and tell them in a structured order.

The leading DEA agent investigating this case, John Rabaut, is part of Central California Darknet Strike Force which is dedicated to combating the use of dark web marketplaces and digital currency to distribute narcotics and launder money. He began analyzing and investigating top heroin vendors on Alphabay in January 2016. Since Emil Babadjov started vending under the name BTH-Overdose in November 2015 he was one potential target for the agent.

However it wasn’t until September 2016 when Rabaut initiated a full investigation into the vendor BTH-Overdose. Since users mentioned in a forum that he was shipping from the west coast, possibly somewhere in California, the Central California Darknet Strike Force found their perfect target.

The agent took a look at the public PGP key of the vendor which revealed that it was tied to the email address “Babadjov@***.com”. A quick social media search returned a Facebook account that contained the vendor’s real name, Emil Babadjov, but written backwards.

On November 14th 2016, Rabaut sent a subpoena to Coinbase to get any information they have about said email address. Coinbase replied promptly and provided useful data: in November 2015 the email address was used to create an account for Emil Babadjov. Furthermore, in March 2016 someone attempted to create another account, again with the name Emil Babadjov, but using the email address “blimesub@***.com”. The agent now suspected that the vendors BTH-Overdose and Blime-Sub are somehow connected.

The DEA agent also found out Babadjov’s address through his drivers license and discovered that he was arrested in 2013 for possession of controlled substances, although the charge was dismissed later. Because of the previous arrest, his fingerprints were already recorded which would later be another nail in his coffin.

On October 19 Rabaut bought $800 worth of bitcoins, to buy 3g heroin from Blime-Sub on the next day. When the parcel arrived a few days later, he was able to get it’s return address and tracking number. The content of the parcel was submitted to the DEA western regional lab for fingerprint and drug analysis.

After two weeks he got a response from said lab, which stated that it was a mix of heroin and fentanyl. Furthermore, due to the Postage Validation Imprinter (PVI), a US postal inspector was able to see that the postage was bought on September 18 2016 via a Self-Service Kiosk (SSK) less than a mile away from Babadjov’s known address.

Since the SSK systems automatically make photos of the people using them, the postal inspector forwarded a photo of the man who used it during the transaction to the DEA agent. Rabaut was then able to identify the person in the photo as Emil Babadjov, according to the drivers license and social media photos he gathered.

On November 16 2016 the agent received another response from the DEA western regional lab, that stated that two fingerprints belonging to Babadjov were found on the exterior of the submitted parcel.

This was enough evidence to arrest Emil Babadjov. If convicted, he faces a maximum statutory penalty of 20 years in prison and a $1 million fine. It is also noteworthy that this case has much similarities with the bust of Area51

Financial Data of 200 Million Sold on the Darknet For $600

An unknown group of hackers is selling personal profiles and sensitive financial data of over 200 million people on the Darknet for $600. A technical review board at Peerlyst approved the legitimacy of the database, which is presumed to be composed of consumer information from Experian and Acxiom.

Experian and Acxiom are both technology firms and information service providers with multi-billion dollar revenues. CSO’s Salted Hash reached out to Experian to receive confirmation in regards to the legitimacy of the database. Sources at Experian admitted that this data breach was informed to its development team but the outcome of their investigation ascertained that it wasn’t the company’s consumer data that was leaked.

“We’ve seen this unfounded allegation and similar rumors before. We investigated it again – and see no signs that we’ve been compromised based on our research and the type of data involved. Based on our investigations and the lack of credible evidence, this is an unsubstantiated claim intended to inflate the value of the data that they are trying to sell – a common practice by hackers selling illegal data.” Experian representative said in an interview.

Acxiom however, did not respond to any questions about the database. It is likely that the US$ 2.1 billion corporation is conducting various investigations to confirm the origin of data being sold on the Darknet.

In total, the number of profiles listed on the database amounts to 203,419,083. The records, worth 6GBs, include highly sensitive and valuable information including name, address, date of birth, phone number, etc. On certain accounts, more financial information including income, net worth, education and 76 more types of data are listed, making the database a huge issue for users on the list.

With financial information, credit data and other personal profiles in place, if the database is acquired, the possibility that these data sets will be used for criminal activities cannot be eliminated. Just by the sheer number of data, confirmed legitimacy by experts and the range of information listed on the database, the acquirer of the database could use it to blackmail high profile individuals and businesses for larger ransom.

J. Tate, the CISO of bits&digits, also noted in an interview with Salted Hash that this particular leak is incredibly dangerous and concerning due to the possibility that criminals or scam artists can use the data for an endless list of fraudulent activities.

“The information collected in this trove, no matter which data-broker or marketing enrichment system it came from is now in the hands of people that you will never know. What uses they provide to both marketers and nefarious scam artist are endless. This is my biggest concern, the data sets that are popping up around the world are not secured as regulation mandates, are providing easy to access credentials and intelligence points to facilitate complex identity fraud, human trafficking and money laundering operations across the globe,” said Tate,

The hackers that penetrated the infrastructure of what it looks like a large scale IT firm or a financial service providers, are being very cautious in dealing with potential buyers. The sale is only open to reputable buyers or users with accounts that have high ratings and large volume of transactions settled in the past.

Sunday, December 25, 2016

Bitcoin price analysis for December 23rd 2016


As I am writing this, I am overwhelmed by the performance of Bitcoin, mostly over the past 48 hours. Bitcoin has spun up a surprise for the world, and there is more to come over Christmas. Few assets would go up more than 50% within a year, after a 3 year bear market that declared it dead. Now trading at $914 on Bitstamp, Bitcoin is gearing up to retest the famed $1000 level.















In the last analysis, bitcoin was trading below the $750 resistance line. Looking back, it was having difficulty breaching this level and I expected a pull back to pump in momentum. $720 was the last bottom of the retracement before price resumed a gradual trend, slowly chewing up orders on $750 – $790 zone.

The $750 – $790 region caused much anxiety in the market. Was there enough intent, or was it another test of resistance that was losing momentum? An ascending wedge triangle pattern had clearly been forming on the 4 hour chart. They are known to break downwards first before resuming the trend. $790 thus became a strong psychological level for the market. At times like these that traders nerves get tested – going short or trusting your gut the bull is real!














While gold has been revered as a store of wealth during uncertain market times in the past, Bitcoin is threatening to be alternative for a cashless future. Gold, has been up a meager + 6.7% this year and has turned bearish since peaking at $1350. Comparably, Bitcoin is up + 107% surpassing gold, coffee (up 9.6%), soybeans (15%), and crude oil (43.1%).

Why Are US Mainstream Media Outlets Removing the Operation Darkroom

According to Sputnik, ABC, the New York Times, and Washington Post published pieces on the pedophile ring. Those articles vanished, and a small circle of internet users began questioning the reasoning. Janne Ringset Heltne, the lead prosecutor Operation Dark Room, confirmed the investigations were real and ongoing. “This investigation is still in progress and will be for a long time, as the networks include many people. At this point, 51 men stand accused, and they will be prosecuted individually.”

Sputnik, and several similar sites contacted ABC, the New York Times, and Washington Post for comment. As of this article, only Sputnik received a response. A spokesperson from the New York Times said that ‘the title published’ several hundred” wire stories daily online, and these stories are removed as a matter of course after a few weeks.”

Operation Darkroom played out in a similar fashion to Taskforce Argos’s takedown of The Love Zone, another child pornograohy website on the darknet. High-priority suspects were arrested silently so as to keep the investigation under wraps. RI 01

Eight Arrested In Malta For Selling Counterfeit Euros

The financial division of Europol and Maltese law enforcement authorities arrested eight suspects who are believed to be selling counterfeit euros on the dark web. Officials say the gang was among the biggest euro counterfeiters on the dark net.

Only eight people have been arrested by authorities, however, police claim they are a bigger part of a large international organization. The leader of the gang is among the detained suspects. According to law enforcement authorities, hundreds of members have been identified as part of the counterfeiter network in the course of the investigation. Police discovered that the leader of the organization has accomplices in the city of Naples, an area believed to have strong connections to mob activity.

The investigation revealed that the vendor sold counterfeit euro banknotes of 20, 50 and 100 on the dark web for 30% of the original value. All transactions were conducted in bitcoins. The estimated income of the gang is believed to be around 160,000 euros in cryptocurrencies, which was sold to an exchange house in Malta.

“This operation is an excellent example of how cooperation between law enforcement and the successful exchange of information are vital to combat this crime,” Wil van Gemert, Deputy Director of the Operations Department at Europol said in an official statement. “Services hidden in the darknet and payments made with bitcoins give sellers and buyers a false sense of anonymity. However, Europol and other forces are committed to investigating the trade that moves in the shadows, making sure that these criminals are brought to justice.”

BTC payments provide anonymity to the currency’s users, however, many exchanges in the world take measures to prevent financial crimes, such as money laundering. Although, the applications portfolio (the storage and the safekeeping of the cryptocurrency, such as BTC wallets) do not apply or should not request personal information from those who are willing to use their services.

The law enforcement operation started in January 2015 involving Italian police and also authorities from other countries, such as Austria, Germany, Portugal, France, Spain, Lithuania, Sweden and the Netherlands. All countries provided information to the Europol.

According to information provided by law enforcement authorities, bitcoin remains a favorable choice to both internet (clearnet) and dark web criminals.

It is unknown if this police action was part of Operation Hyperion, a global law enforcement action against dark net criminals. There were many countries participating in the operation including Australia, New Zealand, the United States and many countries from Europe. While Swedish police claim that they have deanonymized about 3,000 dark web buyers (there have been arrests in the country, lately), the Netherlands started a dark net site showing the active vendors, the arrested sellers and the identified buyers on dark net marketplaces. The website is most probably used as a scare tactic since there has been only a few dark web related busts in the country. The Dutch authority site can be reached via this .onion link: http://politiepcvh42eav.onion

Police Found Child Porn on the Laptop of a Counterfeit Euro Buyer

In 2015, the German Federal Police (BKA) located a suspected buyer of counterfeit Euros in Hamm. Officers raided the suspect’s residence in East Hamm of North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany. During the November raid, police found no trace of counterfeit euros but instead found 200 counterfeit US dollars. The BKA found no evidence that warranted incarceration; the suspect remained a free man. Officers did, however, seize two encrypted laptops.

The investigation began after police busted a ring of counterfeiters in Italy—in 2014. This Italian counterfeiting ring only sold to 90 customers, according to the BKA. Europol, in conjunction with the BKA, identified many of the buyers, including the 20-year-old from Hamm. Investigators believed the suspect, who lived at home with his family, bought counterfeit euros for 10 – 20 percent of face value online. They believed they had evidence that he used Bitcoin on the darknet to purchase the “Made in Italy” branded euro.

He refused to speak to the police about his case. “He has made no statements at all and can be represented by a lawyer,” an officer said. “The origin of this counterfeit money is still unclear,” he added. “Where did the $ 100 bills come from? What did he do with them? Did he already spend fake US bills? They soon found that the US dollars, all 200 copies of the $100 bill, held next to no value. “They were stupid imitations that anyone could have printed out on the Internet,” according to the prosecutor. The original maker of the bills, whoever, it was, printed them all with the same serial number.

Two months following the raid, forensic analysts cracked both laptops. Instead of finding evidence relating to counterfeit euros or counterfeit US dollars, they found child pornography. BKA officials, along with Europol, firmly believed the 20-year-old ordered fake euros but with the lack of evidence, the case stuttered to a halt. And, additionally, the prosecutor’s office in Dortmund officially closed the case. For obvious reasons, child pornography concerned law enforcement to a greater degree than the counterfeits did.

“The 20-year-old now has a problem. On his computer, the investigators discovered child pornography, the prosecutor’s office in Dortmund announced. “Whether the photos and films were made by himself or downloaded from the Internet is now under review. An appropriate investigation against the 20-year-old has been initiated.”

The BKA, along with Europol, closed the currency-related cases against the 20-year-old. Officials gave no word regarding the results of the other raids tied to the Italian group. The BKA and Europol raided suspected-fake-euro-buyers in nine federal states but never announced the outcome...RI 01

Saturday, December 24, 2016

Prosecutor Asks For Maximum Sentence For Sweden’s Largest Dark Net Vendor

The prosecutor requests maximum sentence for one of the members of Sweden’s biggest dark web vendor shop. According to information provided by the Skaraborg District Court, the 35-year-old man, who is believed to be the leader of the operation, could get 14 years in prison for his deeds.

“There has been nothing that has involved so much time and so many sales,” says prosecutor Sofia Karlsson.

The investigation started in April, led by prosecutor Karlsson and was conducted with the assistance of the Europol. The case is also associated with Operation Hyperion, a global law enforcement action against dark net criminals.

The two men and a woman from Mariestad made millions of SEK by distributing narcotics in the country and to customers abroad. Police information says the vendor shop sold amphetamines, ecstasy, cannabis and many other kinds of drugs on the dark web.

Swedish law enforcement authorities managed to trace over 6,000 transactions with millions of SEK transferred to foreign accounts.

According to court information, the woman in the gang raised the suspicion of law enforcement authorities. She is also charged with serious drug offenses, however, the prosecutor asked for a much lower sentence for her: three and half years in prison.

“She has not had a leading role, but she has ended up in this. We have highlighted it as a mitigating circumstance that she made sure the police could come to the apartment,” Karlsson said.

Swedish law enforcement authorities seized large amounts of narcotics in the couple’s (the 35-year-old man and the woman) apartment. In addition to that, police found incriminating evidence on the man’s computer, which showed the vendor shop’s dark net activities. The evidence, according to police information, showed how the group’s business was structured, however, where the narcotics were sourced from could not be determined by Swedish authorities.

“We have found the conversations where people said they brought in drugs from abroad, but we did not come further than that, although, we think it is via couriers,” the prosecutor said. “We have reached about 20 buyers that we have identified and some of them have been prosecuted. I would think that it will be NOA, the old National Police who will take on this issue because it is related to buyers in the country.”

Despite the fact that the prosecutor asked for a maximum sentence for the 35-year-old, his lawyer believes that the punishment will end up at the maximum of 6 years of imprisonment.

The woman of the vendor trio was released from custody after a time, her lawyer wants all charges against her dismissed.

A judgment in the case is expected on December 23.

“When one acts on sites in the darknet then they are protected, their activities cannot be traced back. In this case, we have managed to trace them back,” says the prosecutor.

Thursday, December 15, 2016

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Tuesday, December 13, 2016

Trust In Brands Lost Due To Cybercrime, Report Says

MarkMonitor, the global leader in online brand protection conducted a report about consumer trust and cybercrime. According to the research, 16 percent of Dutch consumers lose confidence in a brand that is involved in cybercrime.

The report shows that 45 percent of the consumers in the Netherlands has already been a victim of cybercrime. Almost the third of the victims (31%) will express negative feelings towards the brands who were attacked by cybercriminals. 56 percent of the consumers believe these events will eventually damage the reputation of the hacked companies. 37 percent believe that confidence will be damaged in the brand, while almost half (49 percent) of them think that consumers in the future will no longer be involved with a brand that has been the victim of a cyber attack. The findings of the research emphasize the importance of a comprehensive brand protection strategy for companies.

“Cybercrime harms brands and increases in proportion to the growth in Internet usage, says Kevin Day, Regional Manager Nordics and Netherlands of MarkMonitor. “Businesses need a professionally developed plan of online brand protection to ensure that the client retains the trust and maintains the reputation of the brand. The research shows that consumers are aware of the impact of these attacks on the brands themselves, but despite this high level of awareness, consumers lose confidence in the affected brands. The sophistication of cyber criminals has increased. They are increasingly using underground sites such as the ones you can find on the Dark Web. It is, therefore, essential that brands look to keep protection at all levels and take into account all forms of threat in order to ensure that they can protect the brand and their customers are safe. ”

The study was part of a research conducted by Opinium, a leading market research firm. The company interviewed 3,457 consumers in the United Kingdom, the United States, Germany, France, Italy, Denmark, Spain, Sweden, and the Netherlands. The questions were about perceptions, attitudes, and experiences regarding online fraud, security and cybercrime. The survey was conducted online in August and September 2016.

The global report also shows the awareness of the dark web among the questioned consumers.

“Despite 37 percent of consumers stating they didn’t know what the was used for, the rest of the sample displayed varying levels of understanding,” the report goes by. “Nearly half of the consumers in the study (49 percent) , stolen identities or personal information. In addition to that, a third (35 percent) believe it is to search for items not found on the mainstream Internet and over a fifth (22 percent) believe it is to protect privacy and anonymize browsing behavior. Of the respondents, 7 percent say they have used an anonymous browser,with this highest in France (11 percent) and amongst those aged 18-34 (17 percent). Of those that have accessed the , over half (55 percent) did so out of curiosity, with 48 percent saying it was to anonymise their internet activity and 29 percent used it to purchase items.”

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German Internet Fraud Duo Sentenced

A 22-year-old and a 21-year-old was sentenced for committing internet fraud by Waldbröler District Court in Germany.

According to official court documents, the duo cracked email and eBay accounts and used victim information to purchase electronic devices, such as cameras. After they received the goods, they sold them for profit. Recently, the two fraudsters had to stand trial at Waldböler District Court. The reading of the charges against them took quite some time.

The younger suspect was 19-years-old at the time he committed the crimes, meaning he was under the juvenile justice law. He committed serious fraud in 85 cases. Judge Dr. Fabian Krapoth sentenced him to a year and six months on probation. The 21-year-old has to perform 25 hours of community service each month for charitable purposes. His companion was only charged with fraud in three cases. He received a fine of 60 daily rates of 25 euros each. He had been recruited by his younger partner and received 350 euros from him to crack three accounts and make them available on the internet, court documents say.

According to a source, the fact that both defendants confessed their crimes had a detrimental effect on the sentence. Their operation on the dark web and on the internet produced a loss of 18,000 euros to the victims. Judge Krapoth was sure that the two young men were not the main perpetrators in the case. He believes they had a inside man who told them what to do. The mysterious person was apparently named by one of the members of the duo. Police information says authorities are currently building up a case against the suspect.

“Overall, the fraud activities on the Internet resulted in a loss of around 100,000 euros,” said Judge Krapoth. In his estimation, the two suspects were not necessarily clever in their fraud but were clumsy.

Recently, a couple from Pirna, Germany was sentenced for using foreign customer data for fraud purposes. The man was sentenced to three years and two months in prison while the woman got away with 100 hours of community service. The 40-year-old man, with the help of his partner, ordered expensive goods from the internet, such as car spare parts, mobile phones, notebooks and tablets by using stolen credentials. According to court documents, they committed fraud in 20 cases. The goods were shipped to the couple’s address in Pirna. While standing in court, the 40-year-old man admitted all of his crimes. He said in his confession that he purchased various accounts from the dark web including logins to online banking, social media, and email accounts. The 40-year-old added that he committed the crimes after his company went bankrupt. According to him, it was a hard part of his life since he was separated from his partner and was a heavy drug and alcohol user at the time. The 40-year-old also added that the woman did not know anything about his deeds and he did everything alone. A police officer who searched the apartment of the woman confirmed the man’s statement. Despite this fact, the woman was still sentenced to 100 hours of community service.

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Monday, December 12, 2016

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Sunday, December 11, 2016

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New Haven Man Sentenced to Prison for Selling Fentanyl-Laced Cocaine

Frank Pina, a 57-year-old New Haven resident, just received an 81-month prison sentence from U.S. District Judge Michael P. Shea. Shea sentenced Pina for distributing fentanyl-laced cocaine. His “cocaine” killed three New Haven residents in June alone. Pina himself overdosed on the concoction at least one time, court documents revealed.

According to said documents, on June 23, seventeen people in New Haven overdosed on cocaine. Three victims died and those who remained gave statements to police. The DEA and New Haven Police Department (NHPD) interviewed the survivors for additional information. They learned that the hospitalized New Haven residents thought that they were using cocaine. However, Naloxone revitalized many of the patients—an indication that opioids were involved. Then the DEA and NHPD opened an investigation into the deaths and overdoses. DEA laboratories confirmed that the cause of death was pure fentanyl.

The DEA began working with confidential informants.They pointed to Frank. Court documents revealed that a CI knew Frank well. The CI told Allyn Wright, the DEA agent who worked the case, that “Frank has sold cocaine for years.” After officers made several positive identifications, they obtained a warrant. They hacked his phone, recorded conversations, and “reproduced stored information.” Then, after obtaining witness reports and electronic data, officers made the arrest.

“This defendant sold cocaine laced with fentanyl creating a lethal cocktail that tragically stole three lives,” said U.S. Attorney Daly. “He himself spent three days in the hospital having overdosed on the same toxic mixture. His crime is all the more revealing as he was fully aware of the acute danger of the cocaine he was peddling.\

Anytime there is a loss of life involving a drug overdose it is a tragic event; but even more so in this case given the number of victims in less than one day. Those suffering from the disease of fentanyl and heroin addiction need access to treatment and recovery. But, those responsible for distributing these lethal drugs to the citizens of New Haven need to be held accountable for their actions. In response to the ongoing opioid epidemic, DEA and its local, state and federal partners are committed to bringing to justice those that distribute this poison.

On August 4, Pina pleaded guilty to one count of possession with intent to distribute controlled substances. He additionally pleaded guilty to the distribution of controlled substances.

District Judge Michael P. Shea sentenced Pina to 81-months in prison and 4-years on parole....RI/01

Australian Teen Arrested, Could face 25 years in Prison for Drug Importing

Raids were conducted on his home Wednesday in Hermit Park, Townsville, Australia. Reports say that a variety of drugs were found including meth, LSD, MDMA, mushrooms, hash, cannabis, and various prescription drugs. Also seized by Townsville Drug Squad was close to $10,000 in cash, leading to believe that the teen had been trafficking drugs for a while.

“Police will be alleging he had 750g of cannabis, 28g of methamphetamine, 65 MDMA tablets, 154 LSD tablets, 17g of magic mushrooms, hash and numerous prescription drugs. Whether it has come internationally or locally, we are still investigating.  We have asked Border Force for some assistance there, but that will play its part in ongoing investigations,” he said.
Walker also said it was common for people to source drugs over the internet:

“It’s getting more and more common, which is going to make our job a lot harder, but we need to get smarter and it’s though the help from members of the public that we actually put on to this man. The offenders are getting younger and younger, they’re very computer savvy and they’ve got no problems in accessing the dark web.  Anonymity over the internet is what these people are looking for, so we’re experiencing more and more young people getting into the drug industry. They seem to have no comprehension of what trouble they are actually getting into, they think they’re anonymous.









Trust In Brands Lost Due To Cybercrime

MarkMonitor, the global leader in online brand protection conducted a report about consumer trust and cybercrime. According to the research, 16 percent of Dutch consumers lose confidence in a brand that is involved in cybercrime.

The report shows that 45 percent of the consumers in the Netherlands has already been a victim of cybercrime. Almost the third of the victims (31%) will express negative feelings towards the brands who were attacked by cybercriminals. 56 percent of the consumers believe these events will eventually damage the reputation of the hacked companies. 37 percent believe that confidence will be damaged in the brand, while almost half (49 percent) of them think that consumers in the future will no longer be involved with a brand that has been the victim of a cyber attack. The findings of the research emphasize the importance of a comprehensive brand protection strategy for companies.

“Cybercrime harms brands and increases in proportion to the growth in Internet usage, says Kevin Day, Regional Manager Nordics and Netherlands of MarkMonitor. “Businesses need a professionally developed plan of online brand protection to ensure that the client retains the trust and maintains the reputation of the brand. The research shows that consumers are aware of the impact of these attacks on the brands themselves, but despite this high level of awareness, consumers lose confidence in the affected brands. The sophistication of cyber criminals has increased. They are increasingly using underground sites such as the ones you can find on the Dark Web. It is, therefore, essential that brands look to keep protection at all levels and take into account all forms of threat in order to ensure that they can protect the brand and their customers are safe. ”

The study was part of a research conducted by Opinium, a leading market research firm. The company interviewed 3,457 consumers in the United Kingdom, the United States, Germany, France, Italy, Denmark, Spain, Sweden, and the Netherlands. The questions were about perceptions, attitudes, and experiences regarding online fraud, security and cybercrime. The survey was conducted online in August and September 2016.

The global report also shows the awareness of the dark web among the questioned consumers.

“Despite 37 percent of consumers stating they didn’t know what the Dark Web was used for, the rest of the sample displayed varying levels of understanding,” the report goes by. “Nearly half of the consumers in the study (49 percent) believe the Dark Web is used for criminals to sell illegal goods, stolen identities or personal information. In addition to that, a third (35 percent) believe it is to search for items not found on the mainstream Internet and over a fifth (22 percent) believe it is to protect privacy and anonymize browsing behavior. Of the respondents, 7 percent say they have used an anonymous browser, like Tor, to access the Dark Web, with this highest in France (11 percent) and amongst those aged 18-34 (17 percent). Of those that have accessed the Dark Web, over half (55 percent) did so out of curiosity, with 48 percent saying it was to anonymise their internet activity and 29 percent used it to purchase items.” R01

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Saturday, December 10, 2016

Senator Introduces Bill to Delay FBI Changes to Rule 41

The FBI’s successful mass-hacking during “Operation Playpen” raised concerns over Rule 41. The Department of Justice proposed changes that would allow the FBI to hack thousands of computers—with one warrant. In reality, the FBI hacked 8,000 computers across the globe in Operation Playpen. The FBI routinely oversteps their boundaries but the upcoming changes would allow them to legally do so.

TechDirt pointed out that the first day of December would play into the DOJ’s hands. The changes would be “arriving between two major holidays when legislators have other things on their minds, including the annual Congressional fisticuffs over the federal budget.” This practice is often used to pass controversial laws and changes to laws. But a group of senators introduced another bill to impede the Rule 41 changes. Their bill, in their terms, does nothing.

The changes will enable the Department of Justice to hack computers and spy on people through one single warrant, no matter its jurisdiction. What this means is that if a judge issues a warrant in Washington, the government can conduct its search nationwide, on any and all computers it feels the need too.

The changes specifically state that computers that use technology to conceal its data, such as encryption, of tools like Tor, would fall into the range of the changes. This means all VPN users, Tor users, and any and all encryption and privacy software users will, be the most likely going to be spied on.

“The FBI will be permitted to hack into a person’s computer or phone remotely and to search through and remove their data. The FBI will be able to introduce malware into computers. It will create vulnerabilities that will leave users exposed,” The Tor Project said.

Sen. Ron Wyden has been a major voice in the effort to fight the DoJ. He introduced a bill earlier this year aimed at halting Rule 41 changes. The bill failed to make a difference, though. So, Wyden (along with Sens. Coons, Lee, Franken, and Daines) introduced another bill with similar intent. The bill is straightforward. This, literally, is the stated goal: “To delay the amendments to rule 41 of the Federal Rules of Criminal Procedure.”

If Wyden’s “Review the Rule” bill gets approved, representatives would have more time to discuss Rule 41. The default approval date would be pushed far into 2017. It would grant relevant officials another seven months to truly examine the proposal.

Ross Ulbricht’s Lawyers Found a Another Corrupt DEA Agent in Silk Road Case

The Silk Road case exemplified images associated with corrupt law enforcement officers. Carl M. Force, a former DEA agent, extorted 80 bitcoins from the owner of the Silk Road marketplace. Shaun W. Bridges, ex-Secret Service, stole money using admin accounts. A Federal judge gave them both prison time. But now, Ross Ulbricht’s defense team found signs of a third corrupt officer. This agent, the team said, gave lawyers sufficient reason to believe evidence tampering was now obvious.

In a press conference on November 29, lawyers announced the discovery of new chat logs. They were between Dread Pirate Roberts (DPR) and a mysterious figure known as “albertpacino.” Additional logs surfaced, too. The defense also found conversations between DPR and “alpacino,” or “notwonderful.” Albertpacino offered DPR information about law enforcement’s investigation in exchange for weekly payments. Notably, Carl Force offered the same service. According to the defense team, these logs were new. Earlier versions of the forum’s chat logs lacked the “alpacino” chats. The defense team said said that law enforcement tampered with evidence—to cover up the chat logs, at the minimum.

We find this to be a significant discovery, considering that we’ve always believed that there was other corruption that we didn’t know about and the government didn’t know about either. It further calls into question the integrity of the entire Silk Road investigation.

Albertpacino’s existence failed to stand out initially. DPR, in his journals, wrote about “albertpacino,” a DEA agent that traded evidence for bitcoin. Carl Force, the now-convicted DEA agent, offered the same service. Many believed “albertpacino” was simply another pseudonym used by Force. Additionally, a diary Ulbricht kept on his laptop made several mentions of “albertpacino.” The prosecution used the diary as evidence in Ulbricht’s trial. And the team’s discovery of “albertpacino” was no revelation. “There are really tons of useful nuggets that I do have to offer,” alpacino wrote. He added “and what my birdie doesn’t know, he can probably find out.”

What You Need to Know About the U.K. Investigatory Powers Bill

The U.K. has officially signed into effect the Investigatory Powers bill, which not only allows the government’s already set practices to become legal, but also keeping a record of every website that U.K. citizens visit for up to a year. The Queen signed off on the bill November 29th, thus putting it into effect right away. The bill will also record what apps are visited and what communications are sent by phone.

The bill comes into play after whistleblowers exposed mass surveillance by the government. One such whistleblower, Edward Snowden has said the bill is “the most extreme surveillance in the history of western democracy.” Among other things, the bill stands out because a poll done by Liberty, a civil rights organization, has shown that 72% of participants had no idea the bill even existed. A separate investigation showed that only 12% believed that the government rightfully explained the bill’s purpose.

Many are saying that this new bill totally ends online privacy in the U.K. The records kept will show all of your metadata such as what sites you visit, who you have contacted, what time, as well as how long the communication or website and app visits lasted. Internet and phone providers were mandated to keep these records since the bill went into effect; and must hand them over to authorities once given notice to do so. A list of 48 public entities was made up of those capable of accessing such data; including Metropolitan police, Department of Justice, as well as the Department for Work and Pensions.

The bill also set new rules on who is allowed to remotely access computers and phones, as well as who can intercept messages. It also has forced tech companies to comply with government demands when it comes to hacking into any device it sees fit. The bill is said to be a means of combating terrorism with the U.K., but instead of just watching known suspects the bill encompasses every person living in the U.K.

We do have to worry about a U.K. Donald Trump. If we do end up with one, and that is not impossible, we have created the tools for repression.

He also stated that he hasn’t seen any evidence of mass surveillance being a necessity and also stated that the bill is “worse than scary.”

Many have brought forth their concerns about security saying that data is either secured from hackers or not. The bill essentially creates backdoors into devices in order to gather the metadata of U.K citizens; which in turn makes them vulnerable to hacking attacks.

While this bill immediately became law, many people are still fighting to have it removed. Don’t Spy on Us, a group of online privacy advocates started a petition to repeal the bill and is gaining strong support very quickly.

THE ALCOHOL ACT

"With high scores on every criteria, Finland is the EU'ss number one nanny state in 2016. It has a range of food and drink taxes, an effective ban on e-cigarette sales and extremely high taxes on beer, wine and spirits.

Finland is one of only a few countries worldwide to levy a special tax on confectionery, chocolate and ice cream although this is due to be rescinded in 2017. Its tax on fizzy drinks will remain in place.

Alcohol prohibition ended in Finland in 1932 but the government continues to regulate alcohol very heavily. Spirits advertising is banned in all forms and restrictions on beer and wine advertising are severe, with a ban before 10pm on television and a near total outdoor ban (sport and music events are exempt). It has the EU's highest beer tax, the second highest spirits tax, and the third highest wine duty. It is one of only two EU countries to have a state monopoly on alcohol sales, and discount promotions such as happy hours are banned outright.

Tobacco regulation is also heavy. In addition to a total ban on tobacco advertising there is a retail display ban and cigarettes cannot be sold from vending machines. There are few exemptions from its smoking ban, which includes some outdoor areas, and the sale and advertising of e-cigarettes is effectively banned because they are treated as medical products. Discussions are underway about treating them as tobacco products. Those who can get hold of e-cigarettes can use them indoors."

Pemimpin Tertinggi Iran Memerintahkan Pengawasan Internet Yang Mencakup Militer.

TEHRAN, Iran - Iran's supreme leader ordered Wednesday the creation of an Internet oversight agency that includes top military, security and political figures in the country's boldest attempt yet to control the web.
Ayatollah Ali Khamenei said the Supreme Council of Cyberspace will be tasked with preventing harm to Iranians who go online, state TV reported.
"Given the need to make constant plans to protect (Iranian users) from harm resulting from (the Internet) requires a concentrated center for policy-making, decision-making and coordination in the country's cyberspace," Khamenei said in his decree.
Iran says the program is part of a "cultural invasion" by Iran's enemies aimed at promoting dissent and undermining Iran's ruling system.
… … … "The decadence and corruption associated with [Rightel's] use outweighs its benefits," decreed Grand Ayatollah Makarem-Shirazi. "It will cause new deviances in our society, which is unfortunately already plagued with deviances." Ayatollah Alavi Gorghani said that the video-call service would "jeopardize the public chastity" and "inflicts numerous damages" on Iran's religion and political system." 

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Friday, December 9, 2016

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Thursday, December 8, 2016

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Wednesday, December 7, 2016

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Tuesday, December 6, 2016

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Monday, December 5, 2016

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Sunday, December 4, 2016

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Saturday, December 3, 2016

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Friday, December 2, 2016

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Thursday, December 1, 2016

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Monday, November 28, 2016

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