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Markets for Cybercrime Tools and Stolen Data: Hackers' Bazaar

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Markets for Cybercrime Tools and Stolen Data: Hackers' Bazaar
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Publisher: RAND Corporation
Number of pages: 83

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Criminal activities in cyberspace are increasingly facilitated by burgeoning black markets for both tools (e.g., exploit kits) and take (e.g., credit card information). This report, part of a multiphase study on the future security environment, describes the fundamental characteristics of these markets and how they have grown into their current state to explain how their existence can harm the information security environment.

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