Two Israelis have been arrested in a worldwide" dark" internet probe
JERUSALEM: Two Israelis Are Arrested On Suspected Of Setting Up A" Dark" Internet Site That Was Used To Purchase Weapons, Drugs, And Stolen Credit Cards, Israeli Police Said Tuesday.
The Suspects, Mid Thirties, Were Arrested During A Joint Investigation With The FBI Israel ' S Cyber crime Unit. Further Arrests Took Place In France, Germany, The Netherlands And Brazil.
The Suspects Are Arrested After Setting Up An Internet Site Located In The ' Dark ', The Police Said In A Statement. The Dark Internet Site Was Used For Illegal Activities And Crimes.
The Site Was Active For A Long Period And Millions Of Dollars Were Placed On Transactions On The Site.
The Police Said The Site Directed Users To Other Sites That Were Used For Illegal Activities And Crimes Investigated.
The Sites Worked Together For Each Other And Marketing Illegal Actions And Transactions, The Police Said, Adding That The Transactions Were Made Using.
The two Israel i suspects are due to appear before a Tel Aviv court. No further details were given.
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A Fourth Man Allegedly Optrad As Moderator And Site Promoter, Was Detained In Brazil.