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Money Laundering on the Dark Web: German Federal Criminal Police Office Shuts Down Cryptocurrency Mixer ChipmixerIn cooperation with U.S. authorities, the German Federal Criminal Police Office has shut down what was allegedly the largest money laundering service on the Dark Web. Investigators seized about 44 million euros from the cryptocurrency mixer. Stolen funds from FTX are also said to have been laundered here.
German police shut down three dark web forums on child sex abuse, arrest four suspectsPolice say the sites ("BoyVids 6.0", "Forbidden Love" and "Child Porn Market") have millions of registered users, making them one of the world's largest platforms for sharing images of child abuse.
Website data from dark web marketplace Hydra handed over to Ukrainian law enforcementGermany handed over to Ukrainian security forces materials obtained as a result of the seizure of the Hydra dark web marketplace, which allowed Ukraine to begin detaining citizens involved in Hydra's work, and arrests of those involved are now taking place simultaneously in several Ukrainian cities.
German Municipality of Schlissheim informs hundreds of citizens about dark web dataThe city of Schlissheim, Germany, informed hundreds of citizens about the dark web data. About a month ago, unidentified individuals hacked into the city's IT systems, and these cybercriminals used malware ("ransomware") to encrypt the city's servers. They did not demand a ransom, but threatened to release the data on the dark web. After the deadline passed, their stolen internal documents were leaked on the Dark Web.
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