When the crime multiplies, nobody wants to see it. Bertolt Brecht It was to hope that through Internet one went to take step to a black market that would be within reach of all those that of some form they want to obtain a product that of legal form it could be difficult to acquire it, mainly false credit cards, tickets, to mention some. The excellent thing is everything what locks up the black market that has worried to many governments sobe its dynamics, repercussions, symantec.com comments that the 26 of October of 2004, were stopped 28 member ones nails and ringleaders of ShadowCrew, a community in line of cybernetic criminals, by its participation in a sector of the clandestine economy in which prospered the robbery of identities and the robbed product interchange. If you would like to know more about Ben Horowitz, then click here. Between the founders of the group there was a student part-time of Scottsdale, Arizona, and an old hypothecating agent of Linwood, New Jersey. The group even got to transfer the international borders without problems. The ShadowCrew group counted with more than 4000 members in all the world, that was in charge to send million messages of phishing, pirateaban enterprise networks and soon they bought and they sold articles robbed in its own auctions in Internet, with levels of confidence and evaluations including. To all this many activities are added that have let much say and all this entails to the question In what position the black market of Internet is nowadays after the important haltings of ShadowCrew and other cybernetic criminals in the Firewall Operation? The clandestine world of Internet changes incessantly. Symantec carried out a brief investigation of several communities of swindlers in Internet in order to obtain answer to this one and other questions arisen as a result of the vertiginous evolution that is undergoing this new class of cybernetic criminals. Very interesting that one comments in brief analysis that Symantec realised on the world of the communities of swindlers in Internet centered in the active communities of criminals who use the network of interactive conversations by Internet (IRC) like mass media.