Federated Search – The Killer iWatch App?   
This post was re-published with permission from the Deep Web Technologies Blog. Please view the original post here. The Beagle Research Group Blog posted “Apple iWatch: What’s the Killer App” on March 10, including this line: “An alert might also come from a pre-formed search that could include a constant federated search and data analysis […]
          Deep Web:  Legal Due Diligence   
Editor’s Note: This post is re-published with permission from the Deep Web Technologies Blog. This is a guest article by Lisa Brownlee. The 2015 edition of her book, “Intellectual Property Due Diligence in Corporate Transactions: Investment, Risk Assessment and Management”, originally published in 2000, will dive into discussions about using the Deep Web and the Dark […]
          Microsoft Case Study – Bridging the Gap Between Language and Science   
On January 8, 2015, Microsoft published a new, Customer Solution Case Study about Deep Web Technologies’ innovative search technology developed in collaboration with the WorldWideScience Alliance.  Using the Microsoft Translation services, the search application WorldWideScience.org allows users to search in their native language, find results from sources around the world, and read the results translated […]
          Science.gov mobile app among 10 best according to GCN   
[ Editor’s Note: This post first appeared in the Deep Web Technologies Blog. ] Government Computer News (GCN) recently reviewed mobile apps developed by the federal government. Science.gov Mobile was among the top 10 listed. GCN gave the Science.gov Mobile app (which runs on the Android and on the Mobile Web) scores of 7 for […]
          Abe Lederman gets in the (mobile) groove   
Abe Lederman, founder and CEO of blog sponsor Deep Web Technologies, recently got a couple of exposures at MobileGroove, a site which provides analysis and commentary on mobile search, mobile advertising, and social media. The two MobileGroove articles cover Deep Web Technologies’ Biznar mobile federated search app. Mobile Search App Review & Road Test: Biznar […]
          How do the millennials search?   
[ Note: This article was first published in the Deep Web Technologies Blog. ] Here’s a paper worth reading: “A study of the information search behaviour of the millennial generation.” No, not because there are any earth-shattering conclusions, but you may want to read the article to confirm that what you already suspect to be […]
          Comment on Dark Markets: How to Buy Things from the Deep Web’s Black Markets by Jane Walker   
Thank's for all your info Dean ...i have a lot of reading to do before i shop ...any suggestions for Fentanol powder i'm in uk and not much £ spare just addicted ! xxx
          Comment on Dark Markets: How to Buy Things from the Deep Web’s Black Markets by kostya   
On my phone I go to http://darknet.online/ through "pwoah7foa6au2pul.onion.vin", it’s handy, there is no need to download third-party programs It’s better to open "http://darknet.online/" onion by using foreign anonymizers like "hansamkt2rr6nfg3.onion.vin".
          FBI’dan Playpen Adlı Zararlı Siteye Baskın!   

FBI, çocuk istismarı odaklı web sitesi Playpen’i ve sitenin kullanıcı bilgilerini ele geçirdi. Ortaya çıkan manzara tek kelimeyle ‘korkunç!’ Detaylar FBI’ın geçtiğimiz aylarda izine rastladığı bir karanlık web (deep web) platformu olan yani tor ağları üzerinden sadece belli bir kesim tarafından erişimi mümkün olan Playpen adlı siteye sızmayı başardı. Site barındırdığı fotoğraf ve video içeriği […]

FBI’dan Playpen Adlı Zararlı Siteye Baskın! yazısı ilk önce Teknoloji, Oyun, Mobil Haberleri ve İncelemeleri - Teknoloji Turu üzerinde ortaya çıktı.

          Darknet: So funktioniert der Zugang ins Deep Web   
Google & Co. kennen nur einen Teil des Internet. Was die Suchmaschinen nicht automatisiert erfassen, bezeichnet man als Deep Web. Und dann gibt es da noch das Darknet, technisch gesehen ein komplett verschlüsselter Bereich des Internet. Dabei dient das gewaltige Paralleluniversum Darknet nicht nur illegalen Zwecken. So funktioniert der Zugang.
          Deep Web. La red invisible   

Artículo publicado en la Revista Deusto (ISSN: 1886-2071) Nº 126 (primavera 2015).
          Information on people   
See the sites below to locate and find information on people involved in the case: Free sites www.google.com www.facebook.com www.linkedin.com (Requires subscription to see full profile) www.zoominfo.com (Company executives) www.pipl.com (“Deep web” search of peoples names) www.devex.com (Resumes of development specialists) www.192.com (British public records; requires sign-up and credit card payment online) www.monster.com (CV database) Subscription sites www.clearthompsonreuters.com (Address histories, personal identifying […]
          5 Cerita Seram Dari Deep Web - Part 2 | #MalamJumat - Eps. 31   

          UK cyber analyst: I was recruited by Trump campaign to collude on hack   

If you haven’t seen Friday’s Wall Street Journal, there are two huge developments in the Trump/Russia story. First, a GOP operative named Peter W. Smith actively recruited people to help obtain Hillary Clinton’s private emails; and according to Smith, he was working with Trump campaign adviser Michael Flynn in this attempt. Smith told the Journal this for attribution before his death in May — yet another odd death of a witness connected with the Trump/Russia story. Further, according to the Journal report:

… investigators have examined reports from intelligence agencies that describe Russian hackers discussing how to obtain emails from Mrs. Clinton’s server and then transmit them to Mr. Flynn via an intermediary ...

You can hear an early take from Chris Hayes and Rachel Maddow in this diary by Eric Nelson. But that’s all background for …


This evening on the Lawfare Blog, UK cyber-analyst Matt Tait reveals in great detail how he himself was recruited by Peter W. Smith to verify the accuracy of emails, purportedly from Clinton’s server, that Smith had either obtained or was negotiating to obtain from an operative on the Deep Web. 

Smith set up a dummy corporation to run the effort in order to avoid US campaign finance regulations, according to documents that Tait was sent by Smith.

Tait warned Smith repeatedly that any such hacked emails might be from Russian sources, but Smith was completely unconcerned about that possibility.

Smith was very well connected with Flynn and other highly placed persons in the Trump campaign, according to Tait, and frequently revealed intimate details of conversations and thinking of Flynn and the campaign that he could not have gotten otherwise.

Other persons listed in documents Tait was sent by Smith:

The first group, entitled “Trump Campaign (in coordination to the extent permitted as an independent expenditure)” listed a number of senior campaign officials: Steve Bannon, Kellyanne Conway, Sam Clovis, Lt. Gen. Flynn and Lisa Nelson.

In the end, Tait saw no such hacked emails, and was dropped by Smith after refusing to sign a non-disclosure agreement. And indeed, it wasn’t until the WSJ story appeared this morning that Tait put two and two together and came forward with his story.

Shoes are beginning to drop, folks.