According to documents, Norfolk police are investigating data thefts via the black internet.
On September 2, an employee of the Norfolk Premium Outlets store told police about the unpaid assets.
Police say three people were hit in a Mercedes parking lot.
They say there were three other credit cards near the car. They are very big
The car has a computer and electricity.
A man is accused of stealing data from credit cards bought for $ 20 in a black Bitcoin market
According to sources, a reading balloon was used to destroy credit cards.
Authorities said 14 documents had been returned. Data shows that this amounts to hundreds of dollars
Credit card debt.
Attorney Richard James said air crime has increased over the last four years.
Jermain Alexander, Javier Nouns and David Littles were arrested in the incident.
All three are in Norfolk prison.
Kimberly Perez, Professor of Information Technology, Head of IT-Cyber Security in Virginia Beach
Tidewater Campus Community College stated:
> The Dark Web was created by the government to spread private information to spies. Light black hole
They are not tagged by their own search engines and cannot be entered without a password. With soldiers
Illegal and illegal sales You can get the Dark Web with a special software called Tor Browser.
People can use complex passwords, change them frequently, check their credit card and bank account information to get a loan.
Unauthorized activity: Check for email scams without doing anything you don’t know or are looking for
Suspicious ransomeware is one of the biggest threats today, and its another way to stop this attack.
Update your computer software regularly and protect important files (such as photos).