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An online marketplace dubbed the 'Amazon of crime' is still active, despite international police saying it had been stopped.
The Genesis Market sold millions of sets of stolen personal information for 56p each
Last month an operation led by the FBI and Dutch police forces and 17 other countries, including the UK's National Crime Agency smashed the site wide open.
More than 120 people were arrested and over 200 searches were carried out in the so-called Operation Cookie Monster.
But cyber-security company Netacea says the darknet 'mirror version' of the site is still there and running - and was only off for a fortnight.
Visitors to the original Genesis marketplace are greeted by this splash page after the takedown
The firm's principal security researcher Cyril Noel-Tagoe told the BBC: 'Taking down cyber-crime operations is a lot like dealing with weeds.
'If you leave any roots, they will resurface.
'The roots of Genesis Market's operation, namely the administrators, darknet website and malicious software infrastructure, have survived.'
Genesis had 80million sets of credentials available for sale and two million victims.
They included online banking,