- Dark Web Chatroom: compromised data discovered in a hidden IRC
- Hacking Site: compromised data exposed on a hacked Website or data dump site
- Hidden Theft Forum: compromised data published within a hacking forum or community
- P2P File Leak: compromised data leaked from a Peer-to-Peer file sharing program or network
- Social Media Post: compromised data posted on a social media platform
- C2 Server/Malware: compromised data harvested through botnets or on a command and control (C2) server.
Data source locations & descriptions: where do we find data?
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- How do I subscribe or unsubscribe a Daily/Monthly Dark Web ID Compromise Report email notifications?
- I see fake emails (false positives). Why is this important?
- How are the stolen or exposed credentials found on the Dark Web ID?
- What is the Dark Web?
- What does password criteria mean?
- Some of this data is old and includes employees that are no longer working for us. Doesn’t this mean we are not at risk?
- Identified method used to capture/ steal data: how was the data stolen or compromised?
- Does the identification of my organization’s exposed credentials mean we are being targeted by hackers?
- Data source locations & descriptions: where do we find data?
- How does Dark Web ID help protect my organization?
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