SINGAPORE (Feb 11): Security experts have warned that the murky depths of cyberspace, or the so-called Dark Web, have provided a safe haven of sorts for illegal activity — from weapons trading to planning for criminal and terrorist activity, as well as cyberattacks and trading in stolen data. National security agencies trawl the Dark Web in order to disrupt criminal and terrorist networks. Now, cybersecurity start-up Cyber Intelligence House (CIH) is looking to help nip cyberattacks in the bud by doing likewise.

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