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1 Veri-Site Overview and Use Cases Prepared for: CWAG 1

2 2 Rise of “Rogue” Websites 2 Legitimate Businesses Advertisers, Agencies, & Ad Networks Intellectual Property (IP) Holders Payment Processors Banks & Other Financial Institutions Internet Service Providers (ISPs) Other Businesses Operating Online “Rogue” Websites Intellectual Property (IP) Piracy Counterfeit Goods Fake Pharmacies Child Pornography Cybercrime & Fraud Terrorism & Related Increasingly, criminal enterprises – via “rogue” websites – are manipulating unwitting businesses in order to drive ill-gotten financial gain. Criminal Proceeds Ad Revenue Payment for goods and services Malware, cybercrime

3 3 Rise of “Rogue” Websites 3 How are US citizens negatively impacted? Shoppers don’t get what they ordered: – Amazon shoppers 2012 – 7% counterfeit goods per International Chamber of Commerce – Fake pharmaceuticals and consumer health risk Malware and Cybercrime: – Pirate sites 2010 – 12% distributing malware per Symantec Jobs – Intellectual Property Theft regarded as a strategic risk (US White House) – NPD reports that only 37 % of music acquired by U.S. consumers in 2009 was paid for Exposure to Pornography including Child Pornography

4 4 Increasing Awareness 4 Voluntary initiatives are not a panacea, and they are not appropriate to address all forms of piracy,” said the MPAA. “Some voluntary initiatives work well; some have more modest success; and some are simply not effective.” United Sates losses -$225Billion to Counterfeit Goods - $225 Billion - As report by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce stated that “counterfeiting and piracy cost the U.S. economy between $200 billion and $250 billion per year and a total of 750,000 American jobs. According to a study commissioned by the Motion Picture Association of America (MPAA), 74 percent of consumers surveyed in a study stated that they first found a website offering pirated materials through a search engine. 58 percent of searches with keywords such as the movie’s title or names of television shows had links to online piracy sites, according to the report. 82 percent of search queries that brought a user to a website offering pirated materials was through Google search. This number is in direct contrast with a report released by Google last week. Google claims that just 16 percent of internet users find online piracy sites through a search engine. Source: Eriq Gardner, “Why Hollywood Is Suddenly Marveling Over Piracy Studies,” Hollywood Reporter, September 18, 2013.

5 5 Confidential 5 Dashboard View

6 6 Confidential

7 7 7 Dashboard View

8 8 Fake Pharma

9 9 Confidential 9 Dashboard View

10 10 Confidential 10 Dashboard View

11 11 Child Pornography 11 Maksym Shynkarenko Name: Maksym Shynkarenko Country: Ukraine Category: OBS (Child Pornography) Sites: Operated a network of at least 9 sites Primary Activity: Pornography specifically Child Pornography Ad Supported?: Yes Associated website illegal.cp Summary Maksym Shynkarenko has been noted due to allegations of Intellectual Property Infringement. He is a Ukrainian citizen, born in 1979. He was charged with one count of conspiracy to transport and ship child pornography; 16 counts of transportation and shipment of child pornography; one count of conspiracy to advertise child pornography; 12 counts of advertising child pornography; and one count each of engaging in a child exploitation enterprise and money laundering. He founded and operated a Ukraine-based child pornography website Illegal.CP and operated a network of websites with names The Sick Child Room, Hottest Childporn Garden, and Pedo Heaven, from which he allegedly made hundreds of thousands of dollars effectively selling tickets to the exploitation of children. He was arrested in January 2009 pursuant to the indictment after HSI tracked him to Thailand where he had traveled for a vacation. On 11 June 2012, he also faced a fine of up to $250,000 on each of those counts and carried a statutory maximum penalty of 20 years in prison and a $500,000 fine for the money laundering conspiracy count.

12 12 Confidential

13 13 Payment Provider Analysis Major Payment Engines List of Payment Engines PaypalOkpay DiscoverSofort WebmoneyWestern union Maestro CardGopay MoneybookersMicro payment JCB CardMol Diners Club InternationalAlipay PaymentwallDotpay Yandex moneyGoogle wallet CashuLiqpay Visa ElectronWallet One PaysafecardEasy Pay PagseguroEplatba UkashEuro Card Fana payMoneygram

14 14 Ad Networks Analysis Major Ad Networks: Most Frequently occurring Ads /

15 15 F I L T E R (4,000) F I L T E R (X00,000) Pirate Sites (Wild West) v1.0 (Self-regulated) v2.0 Veri-Site Certified™ Online Anti-Piracy Evolution

16 16 Increasing Awareness 16  July 2011 : Guidelines released for rogue website screening by ad networks Adam Szubin, Director of OFAC, specifically addressed the growing threat of TCOs, stating that OFAC has been quite active in announcing designations in this area. Also, William F. Wechsler, Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Counternarcotics and Global Threats, recently stated that criminal networks have harnessed “new methods of doing business” that must be challenged. TCOs have become “adroit at harnessing information technology tools, seizing the opportunities presented by the accelerating velocity of information flows, the proliferation of online money transfer, and the general anonymity of virtual exchange to increase the scale and scope of their activities while spreading or reducing the risk of detection.”.  July 2011: OFAC specifies SDN and screening guidelines OFAC adds new designees as IP infringers; OFAC reiterates that all offline KYC requirements are also mandatory online, despite increased difficulty.  July 2011: US President announces anti-Transnational Organized Crime initiative Mission of OFAC is expanded, to include IP infringement, cybercrime, etc. – thereby increasing both OFAC’s jurisdiction and scope.

17 17 Veri-Site 17 P ROPRIETARY & C ONFIDENTIAL Not for Reproduction or Distribution This presentation has been provided to you on a confidential basis and shall be used by you solely to evaluate a commercial business relationship with Veri-Site LLC. “Veri-Site”. This presentation does not purport to contain all of the information that you may desire or require to make such a decision. Neither Veri-Site nor any of its directors, officers, partners, employees, representatives, affiliates or controlling persons make any representation or warranty, expressed or implied, as to, or assumes any liability with respect to, the accuracy or completeness of the information contained herein or otherwise supplied. This presentation, as well as any other documents, materials or other information provided by Veri-Site shall be promptly destroyed or returned to Veri-Site upon written notification. This presentation and its contents and any other documents, materials or other information provided by Veri-Site shall be used solely for evaluation purposes of a commercial business relationship only and shall be treated confidentially and not disclosed to any other person or entity without specific prior written approval from Veri-Site. The delivery of this presentation shall not create any implication that there has been no change in the affairs of Veri-Site since the date hereof, or that the information contained herein is correct as of any time subsequent to the date of this presentation.

18 18 Contact Details 18 Dan Peak Chief Executive Officer +1.608.632.1868

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