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3D printed guns could be on rise

Emeritus Professor Roderic Broadhurst has spoken to The Daily Telegraph about the rise in 3D printed weapons following a series of raids across Sydney’s west.

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Rod Broadhurst on exploring drug markets on the darknet

In this episode of CrimPod, Rod Broadhurst discusses the nature of research on the darknet.

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Gone Phishing: How to Avoid Getting Hooked - Nick Sifniotis writes in Woroni

Nick Sifniotis, writes about how someone can decrease the likelihood of falling victim to phishing attacks.

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Profiting from the pandemic: Fake vaccines and PPE flood the dark web

Vendors on the dark web are selling Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) and drugs marketed as coronavirus vaccines or cures at high cost, according to a new study from The

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Deep fakes and other AI applications a danger to democracy and human rights

A new report from the ANU Cybercrime Observatory, Artificial Intelligence and Crime addresses the pressing challenges to cyber safety and security that automated

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