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Investigation and Surveillance on the Darknet – A Secure Architecture to Reconcile Legal Aspects with Technology

Abstract:

Regarding efficient forensics and police activities, legalities often limit the ability to respond with technical action. Things that are technically feasible may be legally forbidden and must comply with a rigorous legal framework. This paper discusses a project of highly secure architecture that enables anyone to take part in the surveillance of the Darknet while complying with all the known legal constraints.

Conducting Investigations on the Dark Web

Abstract:

Recent years have seen the expansion of the dark web for use in criminal activity. The takedown of the Silk Road, and more recently Alphabay and Hansa, brought public attention to the dark side of the web, while law enforcement has the increased task of how to respond to criminal behaviour online.

Journal of Information Warfare

The definitive publication for the best and latest research and analysis on information warfare, information operations, and cyber crime. Available in traditional hard copy or online.

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