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List of links from mega.nz from 30 june 2024 containing bibcam


28 june"}; \addplot[red,mark=x] coordinates { (2024, 144)}; %List: https://megalinks.net/L0kpRAwnYVPeiQCQOTNUfWlGq1SkVEkQfaHghgY % 2019 October %Source: (Mega: 04 October 2019) "New Bibcam" \addplot[olive,mark=x] coordinates { (2019,34)}; %Sources: %https://we.tl/t-xlCryoGbjg (capo27 link) %https://we.tl/t-JMVYMBrwkA %https://we.tl/t-cqRrYx1ARj %29 September 2019 %Source: (WeTransfer: 29 September 2019) "Sexting Teens" \addplot[orange,mark=x] coordinates { (2019,1)}; % 04 October 2019 %Source: (Sendspace: 04 October 2019) "Sexting Teens" \end{axis} \end{tikzpicture} \end{figure} \begin{figure} \ContinuedFloat \begin{tikzpicture} \begin{axis}[ width=6in, height= 4in, date coordinates in=x, xticklabel={\year-\month}, xlabel= {Time}, ylabel= {Number of URLs}, xtick = { 2018-2, 2019-1, 2020-1, 2021-1, 2022-1, 2023-1, 2024-1 }, xtick label style={rotate=45}, xtick style = {draw=none}, symbolic y coords={ new links containing bibcam, known URLs containing bibcam, total malicious URLs } ] %This is the Known urls containing bibcam for the figure in percentage form \addplot[mark=none,blue] coordinates { (01/2019,154) (02/2019,83) (03/2019,131) (04/2019,233) (05/2019,137) (06/2019,176) (07/2019,261) (08/2019,179) (09/2019,157) (10/2019,163) (11/2019,346) (12/2019,287) (01/2020,143) (02/2020,80) (03/2020,66) (04/2020,123) (05/2020,37) (06/2020,270) (07/2020,138) (08/2020,137) (09/2020,147) (10/2020,83) (11/2020,153) (12/2020,297) (01/2021,100) (02/2021,60) (03/2021,87) (04/2021,88) (05/2021,100) (06/2021,132) (07/2021,85) (08/2021,68) (09/2021,51) (10/2021,80) (11/2021,62) (12/2021,110) (01/2022,19) (02/2022,21) (03/2022,17) (04/2022,45) (05/2022,18) (06/2022,47) (07/2022,54) (08/2022,23) (09/2022,14) (10/2022,23) (11/2022,41) (12/2022,56) (01/2023,53) (02/2023,46) (03/2023,42) (04/2023,39) (05/2023,29) (06/2023,47) (07/2023,66) (08/2023,24) (09/2023,78) (10/2023,57) (11/2023,49) (12/2023,58) (01/2024,41) (02/2024,23) (03/2024,18) (04/2024,14) (05/2024,18) (06/2024,19) }; \legend{Known URLs containing bibcam} \end{axis} \end{tikzpicture} \end{figure} The area graph on the right shows a similar trend to the line graph on the left. Both graphs show an increase over time in the amount of known URLs containing the term \say{bibcam}, but the line graph shows the data in a more detailed manner. In particular, we can see that there is a significant spike in the number of new URLs shared in the month of November 2019. A total of 346 URLs containing the term \say{bibcam} were shared. The data shows that this spike in new URLs was not sustained in the months following November 2019. The increase in the amount of known URLs containing \say{bibcam} slowed down significantly in December 2019 and continued with fluctuation until June 2020. A similar spike in new URLs containing the term \say{bibcam} can also be seen in June 2024 The graph also shows that on average, there are more new URLs containing the term \say{bibcam} than known URLs containing the same term. This indicates that new links containing this term are constantly being shared and discovered. In addition, the spike observed in June 2024 could also be an indication of renewed interest in this type of content, as a new link from 2015 was shared. The graph does not show the individual sources of the links shared, but the data is consistent with the previous finding that many of these links are shared through platforms such as MEGA and WeTransfer. In conclusion, the data shows that there is a consistent amount of known and new URLs containing the term \say{bibcam} being shared over the years. The significant spike in the number of new URLs in November 2019 and June 2024 could mean that there is still some ongoing interest in this type of content, although not as strong as it was in the past.