The Deep Web Part II: Shady Deals in the Gray Market

Would you pay $300,000 dollars for a zero-day exploit like the Heartbleed bug? Well, somebody does, and it’s not the traditional hacker bad guys. They don’t have this kind of money. But before we get into the buyers, let’s see what they get for their money. First of all, they get exclusive rights to the … Continue reading The Deep Web Part II: Shady Deals in the Gray Market

Special Post: Heartbleed Heartache – Just a Little Too Perfect

The Heartbleed bug was created in December of 2011 and was activated in March of 2012, about two years ago. Thus, for two years, it has been used to gather information from the world's biggest web sites. No traditional identity thefts have been linked to this bug during this time. In short, it seems to … Continue reading Special Post: Heartbleed Heartache – Just a Little Too Perfect