O'Reilly: Patrolling the Dark Net

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Download In this O'Reilly report, authors Greg Fell and Mike Barlow explore both the benign and malevolent activities of the dark net, and the dark web, to explain:
- The surprising origin of the dark net
- How criminals use the dark net to steal and store vital information
- How you can patrol this not-so-secret domain to detect and thwart intruders

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