The dark web is a place for hackers and other cybercriminals to thrive. Numerous programs are trying to combat it and its customers. One of these programs is Flashpoint. This article will look at how Flashpoint is combating the dark web.
Flashpoint is attempting to fight against Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP) servers. These servers have low cybersecurity. Flashpoint is also researching countries that have lax cybersecurity laws in place. By having lax requirements, RDPs are more likely to spread in those countries, hacking and infecting their networks. Not only are there active RPDs, but there are also over 35,000 RPDs for sale on the market today.
While Flashpoint has come to a consensus on some countries with high RPDs, it’s with a low degree of certainty from which this assessment is made. There are currently 300 United States-based RPDs active as of the program's assessments.
Awareness of cybersecurity and hackers
Cybersecurity is such an important asset to have and tracking cybercriminals is still a very uncertain and problematic business.
While the program does have a low degree of certainty when it comes to RDPs, understand that they are still a certified site and their findings are as accurate as they possibly can be.
If you’re going to use Flashpoint it's best that you use some other cybersecurity program while also using it. Having a second cybersecurity program will mean it will detect things that Flashpoint may have missed on your computer.
The more security you have on your device, the more protected you will be. Being knowledgeable about the black market can help you immensely too in protecting yourself.
With this knowledge, you can gain a solid idea of what could happen to your device or devices if they ever were to be hacked.
Having an idea about the problem is good, but keep a calm mind; just because the black market exists doesn’t mean your computer will be hacked. It doesn’t mean your computer won’t be hacked if you have a fantastic security system either.
As cybersecurity gets stronger, so do hackers. So does the black market. They enjoy the challenge of hacking into difficult machines. If this version is too big for your computer, you can try the lightweight Flashpoint Infinity.