Cybercrime Exposed: The Hidden Economy of Cybercrime-as-a-Service

Today’s cybercriminals don’t necessarily require technical expertise to get the job done. In fact, all they really require is the means to pay. The rest is taken care of by the black market, where exploit kits, cybercrime infrastructures and even entire hacks are for sale. This resource exposes the hidden economy of cybercrime, revealing just how widespread “cybercrime-as-a service” is. Read on for an insight into this large, powerful, and dangerous underground economy.

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