Darknet Diaries produces audio stories specifically intended to capture, preserve, and explain the culture around hacking and cyber security in order to educate and entertain both technical and non-technical audiences.
The total service should be trustworthy, enhance intellectual development, expand knowledge, deepen aural enjoyment, increase the awareness of living in a highly technical society, and result in a service to listeners which makes them more responsive, informed citizens of their digital lives.
From Wi-Fi to webcams and cars to computers, these episodes expose the places hackers may hit, and explain how they get our information. With the FBI putting out a most wanted list solely dedicated to cybercriminals, it’s no argument what a huge issue cybercrime has become. Malware and ransomware threats are on the rise*, and we need to take them seriously to learn what we can do to keep ourselves safe.
Casefile began in early 2016 as a one-person operation run by the anonymous host. The podcast has since become an international hit, with a catalogue of over 130 episodes. The Casefile team has grown and now includes a full-time producer, three full-time writers and researchers, a designer, and several freelancers. We remain independently run with no mainstream media affiliates.
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Unfortunately, this podcast is likely no longer running as it hasn’t released an episode since April 30th, 2018.