Website Incidents

Gh0stMarket.net2009-11-01 00:00:00 UTC

known malware, credentials and other cyber crimes activities.

kickass torrents2016-07-20 00:00:00 UTC

site seized for torrent sharing

UGNazi.com2012-01-26 00:00:00 UTC

Site taken down after founder was exposed in apart of a carder take down by authorities.

carders.org2012-06-27 00:00:00 UTC

accused carding forum

dumps.name2016-07-01 00:00:00 UTC

credit cards dump site

MASSMODZ.com2016-07-01 00:00:00 UTC

sold pre-spoof and hacked modems

Saqiscity2016-05-06 00:00:00 UTC

“Saqiscity”, a Pakistani ecommerce store, has been recently causing a stir on social media where a lot of disgruntled users have taken to complaining about the web store’s fraudulent techniques. The website is no longer active and went out of business months ago but pending refunds and failed orders haven’t yet satisfied the anger of its customers. Finally though, it seems like justice has been served in a double-pronged attack on the website as well it’s owner.

Earn to Click2016-04-21 00:00:00 UTC

Liaquat Ali was running a website that promised people up to $800 worth of money for just clicking on links on his website. However, upon investigation, it was discovered that all this was just a scam and none of the individuals that contributed earned anything at all. The website has been removed by the FIA, and according to the assets collected laptops, cheque books, and other documentations, the total net worth of the fraud was one billion rupees.

Appbucket2012-08-21 00:00:00 UTC

Accused of distributing pirated applications

SnappzMarket2012-08-21 00:00:00 UTC

Allegedly distributed over one million copies of pirated Android apps and causing financial damage of $1.7 million in the process

Applanet2012-08-21 00:00:00 UTC

According to prosecutors applanet was a fake market place but according to its creator its aim was to become a legit market place but content became uncontrollable which seen the site become seized.

Cock.li2015-12-17 00:00:00 UTC

Encrypted hard drive seized in 2015 then a 2nd drive seized in 2016 in relation to bomb threats on US schools.

Carderplanet2004-06-06 00:00:00 UTC

Carding forum that got notorious for arrests associated with its memebers after authorities lauched operation firewall and made over 28 arrests across various carding sites.

DarkMarket2008-10-01 00:00:00 UTC

DarkMarket was an English-speaking internet cybercrime forum created by Renukanth Subramaniam in London that was shut down in 2008 after FBI agent J. Keith Mularski infiltrated it using the alias Master Splyntr, leading to more than 60 arrests worldwide.[1] Subramaniam, who used the alias JiLsi, admitted conspiracy to defraud and was sentenced to nearly five years in prison in February 2010.

TheGrifters.net2003-02-02 00:00:00 UTC

TheGrifters was a members-only "carding" site that Thomas launched in December 2003, eight months after beginning his work for the FBI. The goal of the site was to attract identity and bank thieves. It was the kind of site authorities called a "build it and they will come" site. And they did. By mid-2004 the site was crawling with thieves trafficking in fake IDs, stolen credit card numbers, card-embossing equipment and ATM skimmers that capture data on a debit cards magnetic stripe so criminals can encode it on blank cards and drain an account. TheGrifters was a successful crime hub in a crowded field, competing with other sites like Shadowcrew, CarderPlanet and DarkProfits to attract the biggest criminals.

AlterNIC1997-09-12 00:00:00 UTC

On July 11, 1997, against the advice of his Alternic colleagues, Kashpureff hijacked the InterNIC website, redirecting affected visitors to the AlterNIC website instead, where they could read about the AlterNIC protest or click a link to the InterNIC page.[5] Kashpureff stopped the hijacking three days later on July 14, but started again on July 18.[6] This led NSI, the operator of the InterNIC website, to file a lawsuit against Kashpureff. The civil lawsuit was quickly settled, but NSI had also contacted the FBI to investigate whether Kashpureff had broken federal computer crime laws.

Coin.mx2015-06-21 00:00:00 UTC

According to a statement from the US Federal Bureau of Investigation, which collaborated with the US Secret Service on its investigation of Coin.mx, Murgio and Lebedev were accused of knowingly handling funds tied to bitcoin ransomware attacks.

Blackshades2014-05-19 00:00:00 UTC

Main site for blackshades malware, seized

CardersMarket2007-01-01 00:00:00 UTC

open market for carders

Shadowcrew.com2004-02-06 00:00:00 UTC

Shadowcrew.com was an illegal marketplace for stolen credit card and bank card information that is believed by police to have caused more than $4 million in losses to financial institutions. At one point, the site had approximately 4,000 members using the site to facilitate hacking and fraud, the Justice Department alleged.

Cablehack.net2009-12-01 00:00:00 UTC

selling hacked cable modems

ReFUD.me2015-11-21 00:00:00 UTC

Provided a number of functions, both free and for charge, which allowed malware developers to scan their illegal files. a piece of malware was detected, changes could be made by the developer to make the file ‘FUD’ or ‘Fully UnDetectable’. Statistics on the website claim that more than 1.2 million scans have been conducted since February 2015. Crypter services were also offered, allowing malware files to be packaged and disguised using encryption. ‘Cryptex Reborn,’ the form of crypting available on the forum is among the most sophisticated in recent years. Malware developers could purchase a licence to download and use the product to encrypt their files – charges ranging from $20 per month to $90 for lifetime usage.

isanyoneup.com2014-01-23 00:00:00 UTC

Accused of proving content that was obtaining via hacking almost 2 years after its owner/founder shut down the site and sold off the domain.

mattfeuter2013-06-05 00:00:00 UTC

Duy Hai Truong, 23, of Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, is charged by criminal complaint with conspiracy to commit bank fraud. From 2007 until his recent arrest, Truong allegedly defrauded financial institutions as part of the massive scheme, in which personal identifying information relating to more than 1.1 million credit cards was stolen and resold to criminal customers worldwide. Global law enforcement efforts by the FBI, the United Kingdom’s Serious Organised Crime Agency SOCA, and Vietnamese authorities have disbanded the ring following a worldwide investigation into Truong and his conspirators. Truong is charged in the United States in conjunction with charges and arrests made over the past week in the United Kingdom, Vietnam, Italy, Germany, and elsewhere. Truong was apprehended by Vietnamese authorities on May 29, 2013, and remains in their custody on a related charge out of the United Kingdom.

Carder.su2014-01-01 00:00:00 UTC

As many as 55 members of the Carder.su group have been charged in the nations first case in which old-school racketeering laws were invoked against a cybercrime group. Eight others have pleaded guilty. Trial awaits some of them and many remain at large.

Oilpro2016-03-23 00:00:00 UTC

As alleged, David Kent hacked into a competitor’s database and stole information from over 700,000 customer accounts. Later he allegedly tried to use the proprietary information to defraud that same company.

Dark0de2015-11-07 00:00:00 UTC

The forum was the target of Operation Shrouded Horizon an international law enforcement effort led by the Federal Bureau of Investigation which culminated in the sites seizure and arrests of several of its members in July 2015. According to the FBI the case is believed to be the largest-ever coordinated law enforcement effort directed at an online cyber criminal forum.

Hack the Planet2014-10-07 00:00:00 UTC

Seized around the time of Operation Onymous darkweb operation by international law enforcement headed by the FBI.

Exposed2014-10-07 00:00:00 UTC

Seized around the time of Operation Onymous darkweb operation by international law enforcement headed by the FBI.

DOXBIN2014-10-07 00:00:00 UTC

Seized around the time of Operation Onymous darkweb operation by international law enforcement headed by the FBI.