Digital security:
the dark web comes to light.

NEWS - CRIF Cyber Observatory 2023 year report: the circulation of data in 2023 was much higher than in the past. It is estimated that data found on the dark web increased by 44.8% compared to the previous year Read more CRIF Cyber Observatory - 2023 Yearly Report

Where does our data circulate on the web? Is it used to commit fraud and identity theft?

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Dark web & open web monitoring

We monitor the dark web and the open web to manage your digital security.


reports for data recorded on the dark web and on the open web in 2023, including:




The glossary clarifies the meanings of the most important terms relating to online security and cybercrime.

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Bait and Switch

Using online adverts to send users to malicious websites. A bad actor can purchase advertising space which is being sold by a legitimate website, once purchased the bad actor will replace the advert with a link that can either be used to download malware or send the victim to a malicious website.


Stealer Malware Logs
Stealer Malware Logs

In recent months, stealer logs have emerged as a new threat spreading across dark web. Through an exploration of parsed and unparsed logs, this article unveils the motivations driving their widespread sharing and provides practicable steps to protect yourself from becoming a victim.

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CRIF Cyber Observatory - 2023 Yearly Report

Cyber-attacks in 2023: 45% increase in data theft on the dark web. Over 7.5 billion pieces of information circulating on the dark web at a global level, with a 15.9% increase in reports. The techniques used by cybercriminals are becoming increasingly sophisticated: with the malicious use of artificial intelligence, it is getting harder and harder to distinguish between genuine and bogus communications.

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