Congratulations to Our Award-Winning CMO, Meira Primes!

Congratulations to Our Award-Winning CMO, Meira Primes!

Laurie Ben-Haim | 04 Nov 2021
On behalf of all of us at Cybersixgill, I would like to congratulate our Chief Marketing Officer, Meira Primes, on being recognized for her professional excellence by the 2021 Women in Business and the Professions World Awards. Meira has been announced as a Gold Globee winner, with the title of Top Woman of the Year […]
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How an MSSP Discovered a Compromised RDP Sold in a Dark Web Access Market

How an MSSP Discovered a Compromised RDP Sold in a Dark Web Access Market

Dov Lerner | 26 Oct 2021
This past June, CyberProof, an MSSP using Cybersixgill’s Investigative Portal, was approached by a client who had been targeted by a ransomware attack. Noa Raz, CyberProof’s Senior CTI analyst, understood that the ransomware group behind the attack had exploited compromised RDP connections as a means for establishing initial network access. This is in fact a […]
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Consciousness of Streaming: How Many Netflix and Disney+ Accounts Are On The Dark Web?

Consciousness of Streaming: How Many Netflix and Disney+ Accounts Are On The Dark Web?

Dov Lerner | 16 Jun 2021
In earlier generations, individuals seeking to access in-house entertainment without paying resorted to measures such as illegal cable hookups or downloading mp3s from Napster. Nowadays, as content is delivered on-demand through online streaming services, the only thing preventing an aspiring viewer from reaching massive libraries of content is a legitimate username and password. Anyone even […]
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Hardware Spoofing Lets Gamers Evade Cheating Bans

Hardware Spoofing Lets Gamers Evade Cheating Bans

Michael Angelo Zummo | 25 May 2021
For $65 per year, you can cheat all you want in video games. You might think gaming and esports are harmless arenas where young people get to blow off some steam and have fun. Esports are big business, with professional gamers and streamers competing for cash or the eyeballs of fans (and the endorsements that […]
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DarkWebster: Your Dictionary of Dark Web Jargon

DarkWebster: Your Dictionary of Dark Web Jargon

Dov Lerner | 08 Apr 2021
In the fast-moving world of cyberthreat intelligence, knowing the right vocabulary is critical – especially when it comes to the deep and dark web. When hackers and other threat actors want to anonymously communicate with one another about their criminal plots, the underground forums and groups of the deep and dark web are their go-to […]
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A new way to save the day: harnessing threat actor’s intent to revolutionize vulnerability management

A new way to save the day: harnessing threat actor’s intent to revolutionize vulnerability management

omer Carmi | 23 Mar 2021
Dynamic Vulnerability Exploit Score leverages artificial intelligence and dark web chatter to accelerate vulnerability management
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How Much Damage Can the Dark Web Do in One Minute? [Video]

How Much Damage Can the Dark Web Do in One Minute? [Video]

Meira Primes | 23 Mar 2021
The dark web is often where threat actors go to launch nefarious plots – but how much bad stuff really happens there? Our latest video provides key stats.
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2020 in Review: The Deep and Dark Web Got Deeper and Darker

2020 in Review: The Deep and Dark Web Got Deeper and Darker

Dov Lerner | 02 Feb 2021
The coronavirus tremendously impacted the cyber underground. This report takes a bird's eye view on dark web activity in 2020.
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How Threat Intel from the Dark Web Can Make Digital Transformation Safe

How Threat Intel from the Dark Web Can Make Digital Transformation Safe

Sumukh Tendulkar | 22 Oct 2020
While the benefits of digital transformation are becoming clearer, security concerns still scare many companies away. Monitoring the dark web can change that.
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How a Misunderstood Joke Went Viral on the Dark Web – and Why it Matters

How a Misunderstood Joke Went Viral on the Dark Web – and Why it Matters

Dov Lerner | 13 Oct 2020
The dark web plays a key role in the worlds of cybercrime and cyberthreat intel. But it’s not monolithic, and it’s not all serious – as one viral joke shows.
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