[HackerNews] U.S. Authorities Shut Down Slilpp—Largest Marketplace for Stolen Logins

The U.S. Department of Justice (DoJ) Thursday said it disrupted and took down the infrastructure of an underground marketplace known as “Slilpp” that specialized in trading stolen login credentials as part of an international law enforcement operation.
Over a dozen individuals have been charged or arrested in connection with the illegal marketplace. The cyber crackdown, which involved the joint

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