A report about 32 million users of Ashley Madison hacked roamed in newsrooms earlier this week. The hacked information contained vital information like names, addresses, passwords, and profile descriptions, together with users’ credit card data.
Etay Maor, fraud expert of IBM, disclosed the ‘dark side’ of the net wherein online users tend to give their pertinent information on the dark side, which is used by cyber criminals. Then, Tor, a cyber intelligence program was introduced. Tor, a specialized network, works with layers of encryptions that allow users to hide their identities. There are approximately 2.5 million users of Tor daily.