Digital Forensics and the Dark Web, Part 2

Although the digital transformation has unfolded rapidly across the globe, impacting virtually every industry and individual in ways both large and small, the role of digital forensics in criminal investigations is still a foggy, gray area. Meanwhile, valuable data on the dark web is simultaneously increasing and becoming more accessible.

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1. A batch of voter's emails from the U.S. costs how much on the dark web?
A. $100
B. $200
C. $300
D. $400
2. The most popular streaming service for shared passwords is _____.
A. Hulu
B. Netflix
C. Disney+
D. Peacock
3. What everyday service has become a prime target for hackers?
A. Chatbots
B. Online shopping services
C. Streaming services
D. Email
4. What was the most used password in the U.S. in 2022?
A. 123456
B. iloveyou
C. password
D. guest
5. What was the most used password globally in 2022?
A. abc123
B. myname
C. password
D. 654321
6. _____ is an example of an anti-fraud system.
A. Keycodes
B. Two-factor authentication
C. Digital fingerprinting
D. All of the above
E. A and B
7. These sectors are predicted to lead the digital forensics market:
A. Manufacturing
B. Law enforcement
C. Government
D. B and C
E. A and B
8. The most popular operating system in use is _____.
B. Windows
C. Linux
D. All of the above
9. Malicious actors have attempted to sell _____ to organizations looking to shift employees to remote work.
A. contaminated laptops
B. malware
C. email addresses
D. all of the above
10. False or misleading forensic evidence was a contributing factor in _____ of all wrongful convictions nationally.
A. 50%
B. 24%
C. 33%
D. 10%
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