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Darknet Market Selling Social Security Numbers Is Shut Down

Darknet Market Selling Social Security Numbers Is Shut Down

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SSNDOB, a darknet marketplace selling stolen U.S. Social Security Numbers and dates of birth data of individuals, has been shut down, according to the Department of Justice. The takedown, it says, was the result of a multiagency effort, involving the Criminal Investigation Cyber Crimes Unit of the Internal Revenue Service, the Federal Bureau of Investigation’s Tampa Division, the Department of Justice’s Office of International Affairs, and law enforcement agencies of Cyprus and Latvia.

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