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Roger Clark Suspected Silk Road’s “Variety Jones”, arrested in Koh Chang

The man suspected of being a “senior adviser” to Ross Ulbricht, the convicted creator of the seized Silk Road marketplace, has been arrested, according to the United States Attorney’s Office. Roger Thomas Clark is accused of being “Variety Jones,” according to a press release, and allegedly was “a close confidante of Ulbricht’s who advised on all aspects of Silk Road’s ... Read More »

Did Tor Start Crowdfunding To Reduce US Government Funding?

In order to raise money for the browser, the Tor Project started a crowdfunding campaign. This could raise even more funds to the project, and if Tor will have enough of that, it could mean they could reduce their dependence from the US Government. This is important for them since 80-90% of the funding is from the United States governmental ... Read More »

IVPN Review

IVPN is the product of a team of information security specialists, founded in 2009 and developed continuously in order to become the one better providers of online security and privacy on the market. The development continues even today and the service and network are up to date with the latest open source technologies and security techniques. The company’s main purpose ... Read More »

Bitcoin Price analysis December 2, 2015

This week, the price of bitcoin went up as high as $ 383 – a resistance level from November 9th – from where price broke down to low $ 300s. From last week’s analysis, $ 380 as a target level was expected; now, the price has retracted to consolidate and possibly gather more steam for another attempt at breaking up ... Read More »

TheRealDeal: This Long-Dead Market Was Just Relaunched!

Just when you think you’ve seen everything, the darknet scene surprises you again, this time its our old acquaintance from the TheRealDeal market who decided to put his market back online again. For those of you who don’t know what i’m talking about, TheRealDeal was a controversial market focused at selling malwares and exploits which gained extensive media exposure and ... Read More »

TorGuard VPN Review

Choosing the best VPN provider can be tricky; you need one that has excellent performance, great customer service, reliability, security, highest level of privacy and most significantly, one with servers that are close to you across the world. In this TorGuard Review we will enlighten you with everything you need to know about this service. TorGuard, a VPN service from ... Read More »

Montgomery Man Sentenced To Prison For Selling Weapons On Dark Net

Michael Albert Focia (48) of Montgomery, Alabama was sentenced for 51 months of jail time for dealing with firearms without a license and two counts of selling guns to customers who were outside the State of Alabama, according to George L. Beck, Jr., United States Attorney for the Middle District of Alabama. We have already written an article about Focia. ... Read More »

Journalist Investigates The Idealistic Motives Behind Valhalla Market

This article was originally published by the acclaimed journalist Pekka Vahvanen for Helsingin Sanomat, the biggest newspaper of Scandinavia. The article was translated to English exclusively for Deepdotweb  – A previous interview we have published with Silkkitie / Valhalla admin, can be found here. While sitting in a café Ville goes through the drug supply of Tor network. On Valhalla ... Read More »

Bitcoin News Roundup – 28 Nov. 2015

Recapping the week’s biggest Bitcoins stories from around the web. Brave New Coin (BNC) launches the first blockchain-backed index for financial markets. According to Finextra, the New Zealand-based Data & Research company has joined forces with Smartbit, a Melbourne-based company that develops blockchain-related digital currency tools, for the development of the BNC Bitcoin Liquid Index (BNC-BLX). The innovative partnership is ... Read More »

Police Log IPs, Making Arrest By Planting Own Nodes In Freenet

Law enforcement authorities have been planting their own nodes to Freenet in order to track down cyber criminals on the network. Freenet is an anonymous P2P network, which routes traffic using multiple nodes to hide the location of the users when they share files. Freenet is, by the way, often quoted by the media as part of the dark web ... Read More »

Two South Devon Men Jailed For Importing Drugs From Silk Road

Nathan Wilson (30), and Jamie McAllister (35) has been both sentenced to prison for importing heroin and cannabis from the busted Silk Road marketplace. According to law enforcement officials, the two men were paying via Western Union for the drugs that have been sold from India and Thailand by vendors. The border officials have intercepted packages containing illegal substances and ... Read More »

PrivateVPN Review – 2017 update

Due to their increasing popularity and great service, we decided to conduct a comprehensive review on a popular Swedish VPN company called PrivateVPN. Their brand is not as big as some of the other big name VPN’s on the market but what we found surprised us. >> Click HERE to Visit the PrivateVPN Official Site To get the ball rolling, ... Read More »

Bitcoin Price Analysis – 25 Novemebr 2015

Since the 1 year high at $504 on November 4, price has been on a decline, surprising many who expecting an aggressive bull run, however. Corrections are part of market cycles, and necessary, like the current price action. The past 3 weeks have been a correction of the parabolic move up from $ 240. (3)(4) was a flat sideways level ... Read More »

Dunedin Students Arrested For Importing Drugs From Dark Net

Two Otago University students (aged 23) have been arrested for importing drugs from dark net markets and selling them on the streets. The police raid was a part of a joint action called Operation Albany, which was conducted at two properties located in the university area of Dunedin on November 16. The two drug-dealing students were granted name suppression by ... Read More »

Bitcoin News Roundup – 22 Nov. 2015

Recapping the week’s biggest Bitcoins stories from around the web. EU crisis meeting to control the virtual currencies in the aftermath of Paris attacks. As Samburaj Das of CryptoCoins News writes, EU Justice and Interior Affairs Ministers have organized a crisis meeting in direct response to Paris terror attacks last Friday. The emergency meeting was held in Brussels on Friday, ... Read More »