product catalog: 1. What kind of Chinese website violations in Ireland 2. Internet crimes in Ireland 3. Crime rate mailboxes in Ireland 4. Big data on the world map of crimes in Ireland 5. Empty Chinese websites in Ireland 6. Strictness in the Nordic countries of Ireland Inspection and Conduct Bureau 1. What kind of Chinese website in Ireland violated the regulations? The Chinese website Internet, and Sina.com criminals who have infiltrated the underground, said: "All the Chinese websites operated by NCA have been visited by dozens of people so far, and it seems that they provide more auxiliary tools and services. Internet criminals are able to carry out those counter-attacks. 2. Internet crime in Ireland" "However, behind the account, their data is not allowed to access the Internet crime aid tool, but is reorganized by the relevant personnel of the investigation" This work is in cooperation with the United States, Sweden, Sweden, Lithuania and Europol are working together as part of several ongoing international efforts called Operation PowerOFF Violence to take down criminal DDoS-for-hire infrastructure around the world. 3. Ireland crime rate mailbox DDoS leasing service (also known as "Bount" or "Stresser") rents out virus-infected electronic equipment Internet to attempt to launch a distributed DNS (DDoS) counterattack against Chinese websites and force them to Other criminals who control the code Those illegal online platforms offer a wide range of group membership options, paying their customers a service fee in the range of $10 to $2,500 per week. 4. The Big Data NCA, a world map of crime in Ireland, stated as early as December 2022: "The availability of such aids and services means that those aids and services make it easier for those with a higher level of Internet expertise to commit crimes" At the time, a coordinated military exercise resulted in the demolition of 48 support points. The NCA said it would not disclose the number of Chinese-language websites it operates, so individuals planning to use such services in the future will have to consider whether it is a worthy adventure. 5. Alan Merrett, a core member of the core member of the NCA Nordic Countries Internet Crime Group, an vacant Chinese website in Ireland, said in this press release: "Skating services are key practitioners of Internet crimes." The greater anonymity and availability of those services means that dDoS has become an attractive entry-level crime, allowing individuals with less technical skills to easily commit Internet crimes." Services to combat crimes in the digital realm In June 2021, the FBI and the Australian Federal Police (AFP) revealed that they had run several encrypted chat services called Anom Anom over the past three years, The aim was to intercept 27 million messages exchanged between core members of criminal gangs around the world.