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Poseidon Market Doxxed: Hosting Location Revealed

Another marketplace fail – A a new market was launched earlier today – “Poseidon Market”, a quick look at the markets server-status reveals the market hosting company as well as the internal server name (http://poseidonzskufuwb.onion/server-status):

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Avoid. Thanks to TRD for pointing this one out.

14 comments

  1. Indeed a big bad mistake. Fixed now and changing server.

    • RAR PROXY

      @deepdotweb,If the mistake has been fixed, you should re-announce the market again…. Because the market is working good.

      It seems a good market, but asking 0.5 BTC just gonna make that this market does not grow up as kiss market or silkitie.

      Alphabay market didn’t start asking money
      Evolution Didn’t start asking money
      Dream Didn’t start asking money

      Now they asks because they have grew up…

      So asking money at your start-up is just a mistake….

      I really think that if this market stop asking vendor fee, in 2 months gonna be a nice full market.

      • I agree, you cannot expect a vendor to sign up if it cost money but there are no customers. but you need vendors to attract buyers. So free for vendor wiling to try your market and get some listings going

  2. trd has hands in all pies, fucking scary

  3. Low life, high tech.

    Really is very different how the real deal always is involved helping in all questions related to darknet. Scanning markets, exposing ddosers, monitoring all channels and replying over and over. My unique doubt always was the same, why exactly?

  4. Not sure if TRD is LE trying to win over our trust or a genuine guy/girl suffering from narcisstic tendancies that needs to know the ins and outs of everyones business,either way cheers TRD

    • His actions were and seem to still be good. However, one has to question intent, such as arguably wanting to decimate his [weak] opposition. To be fair, the others brought it on themselves including this one and Mr. Nice Guy, whether by ill-intent or stupidity. However, it doesn’t mean that TRD’s intent is to save people, but only because the other markets aren’t weak enough to get rid of them quickly/feasibly.

  5. In the Deep Web, trust NO ONE, at least until you’ve gotten to “know” them for over a decade. Few LE investigations (especially, into drugs, prostitution, illicit pornography, etc.) have lasted over a decade before making an arrest. LE has a budget and they are expected to “produce.”

  6. Thanks for the “kind” words .. we actually just sent this to DDW in a message – we didn’t ask to advertise it or any kind of credits. DDW was kind enough to do so anyways, for the sake of the dnm users.

    But I do think its important that people know what they are getting into and where they are sending their personal information to… Would you prefer to check out a new market, and find out a week later it has been raided while your personal information might be stored there because the vendor got lazy with pgp and the admins got lazy with opsec .. as you can see?

    narcisstic tendancies? Not at all.
    needs to know the ins and outs of everyones business? Not exactly.

    “Really is very different how the real deal always is involved helping in all questions related to darknet. Scanning markets, exposing ddosers, monitoring all channels and replying over and over. My unique doubt always was the same, why exactly?”

    – We have 4 admins, a small support team, and one forum mod.
    So yes, we have the resources to keep an eye on everything. Why? Because we can, and because it actually serves the users of dnm’s more than it serves us.

    Why do we reply over and over? To protect our asset and our reputation. Unlike people who find endless time to trash-talk in such persistent manners – we actually have a good reason.

    Hope this answers everything,
    TRD Admin S.P

  7. POL WAS RIGHT AGAIN

    Like anyone still wants to vend on a market ran by amateurs.

    • You’re not incorrect at all.

      It was stupid of them. It doesn’t take a genius to setup a server, even one under the camo of Tor.

      If they fail, it’s probably a good thing, as it prevents a worse disaster, should more sensitive data have been poured into it, finding worse exploiters.

  8. What about all the markets run by Verto and his zionist scum?

    THAT is LE and worse….

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