Monitoring the dark web and keeping up with what threat actors are talking about your brand and assets is an extremely important action for enterprises. However, besides the fact that getting into the dark web is a difficult act itself since you need to get approval from most forums, you also risk revealing your identity.
One more difficult thing awaiting you in that deep dark side of the ocean is the language used. To make communication easier, understand each other’s needs, hackers have their own slang used in these dark web forums.
In this infographic, we are giving you 10 of the most used slang in the dark web together with a brief explanation. We will be coming with more slang in the future. Stay tuned!
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