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  • From the depths of the darknet: a hacker on the video spoke about cybercrime syndicates

    AI tools have brought cybercrime to a large market of fake identities and bank accounts.

    David Maimon, a professor of criminology at Georgia State University, came across a video about a global criminal gang that defrauds the US government of funds and provides other criminals with artificial intelligence tools.

    A man named "Sanchez" claims in a 58-second video intended for the darknet that he is selling bank accounts of Chase (JPMorgan Chase), and that he was one of the first people to start selling fake currency four years ago. He is dressed in all black and has a black mask covering his face.

     

    The dark world of cybercrime

     In the world of cybercrime, this video only represents the very tip of the iceberg. The majority of pandemic-related scams are perpetrated by criminal organizations, who are now using generative AI to grow their criminal empire, as Gaywood Talkov, CEO of LexisNexis Risk Solutions' Government Group, noted. These are not merely fraudsters submitting numerous unemployment claims. The entire apparatus that is guiding them now closely resembles either the contemporary drug cartels or the Italian mafia of the 20th century, Talkov claimed.

    On the darknet, there is a business known as "fraud as a service," which is run by international hacker organizations from various nations. Mega Darknet Market is one of the biggest criminal networks. This group, like many others, uses cutting-edge AI to build "mul accounts"—bank accounts opened with stolen identities—and generative AI tools to build deepfakes.

    According to Talkov, criminal organizations could use artificial intelligence to steal more than $1 trillion from the US government in the upcoming year alone. Additionally, criminals are being given AI tools by covert international organizations to engage in sextortion scams, which has already resulted in a number of suicides.

    In order to combat this new wave of cybercrime, the US government and other governments are urging international cooperation. Talkov asserts that the FBI and Interpol will need to collaborate with other law enforcement agencies in order to successfully apprehend criminals.

    The video served as a catalyst for stepping up international efforts to combat cybercrime and could mark a turning point in our understanding of the breadth and complexity of contemporary cybercrime networks.

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