French DGSI agents are responsible for selling fake IDs and local data on black networks.
A French family research agent can sell information fast.
Lawyers say there are fake IDs in the corners of the internet.
The researchers completed a one-week experiment.
The 33-year-old is now the name of a DGSI police officer on horseback charges.
Arrested in September 2018
During the investigation, charges were brought against four of his colleagues and clients, including a personal spy.
Researchers are speculating that Francis may be behind OCIROST payments.
Write detailed instructions on how to prevent illegal immigration.
Copies of government documents and personal gold standards.
It is a so-called black web that anonymizes users.
Haurus charges between 100 and 300 or more for a fake card, driver’s license or birth certificate and bank identification.
Document phone records or GPS coordination to identify them
Provide a stamp / registration number for your own copy or application, and if you get what you need, read the message once.
Haurus in Blackhand v2 forum based on research data.
Haurus also announced the first set of French driving licenses, credit cards and six forms of checks worth more than 500 euros.
The Anonymous Council warned investigators at the request of the Chamber that he had suddenly presented himself as a
representative of the DGSI.
According to the study, 90% of the agent’s consultations had nothing to do with his job, he said.
His friends also had a high standard of living and spent many holidays at the Rhythm Hotel.
Le Parisien’s most disturbing report was that a prisoner accused of old drugs bought information to pursue Le Havre.
Two of them died later and a third escaped the trial of life.
Hawls was released after serving five months in prison.