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Nationwide Raid On Vendor Chemical Love’s Customers In Germany

In April, German authorities arrested five men for allegedly running the vendor shop “Chemical Love”. They were both selling drugs on the dark web and on the clearnet (the “normal” part of the internet) and had about 1,500 sales in total. Recently, German authorities carried out a major nationwide raid, which resulted in the arrest of 63 suspects. Police believe ... Read More »

5 Hacker-Friendly Search Engines You Must Use

CNN called Shodan the “scariest search engine on the Internet” in its April 8, 2013 story. Even its name sounds a little intimidating. While that was three years ago, Shodan has expanded quite a bit since then. For those of you who are still unfamiliar with it, Shodan searches for internet-connected devices across the world. As I’m sure you can ... Read More »

Bitcoin news roundup September 11th, 2016

This week’s summary of various cryptocurrency news and developments: New developments BitcoinTalk’s user data from 2015 hack for sale on the dark web Back in 2015, a BitcoinTalk employee was victim of a social engineering attack that, according to forum administrator Theymos, could have compromised emails, private messages and even password hashes. A couple of days ago, all the data ... Read More »

Lawyers Get $4M, Consumers – 0 In Yahoo’s Internet Privacy Case

Just as Google, Yahoo announced in 2013 that they would begin scanning their users’ emails for targeted advertising purposes. Class-action lawsuits followed the company’s action, which was stating that Yahoo was violating the “personal liberties” of non-Yahoo Mail users. These persons were sending emails to Yahoo Mail users and realized that Yahoo was scanning their messages without their permission. “Plaintiff ... Read More »

Build a Cheap Linux Server Part II

Build a Cheap Linux Server Part II – Link to part 1 Configuring TCP/IP Settings At the end of the last article we left off with standing up your server on the internet using Dynamic DNS. The next major item to address would be “port forwarding” or NAT (Network Address Translation); however if occurred to me that I can’t make ... Read More »

Researchers Prepare for a New Generation of Cyberattacks

Tor is excellent at doing what the software is designed to do. The public has no alternative that provides the level of anonymity that Tor presents. However, with many of the recent threats to the network’s security, researchers are working on a next generation Tor that can withstand the attacks of the future. According to Ars Technica, the US Naval ... Read More »

How To Get Monero?

You’ve probably heard of Monero (XMR) by now. It’s a cryptocurrency which features privacy and untraceable transactions. Several darknet markets, including AlphaBay and Oasis, have chosen Monero to be their private cryptocurrency. SIGAINT, a darknet email service, has also recently provided a TOR relay for Monero transactions in an effort to help Monero transactions stay completely within the darknet, if ... Read More »

Russian MP’s son: Guilty of Stealing over 2 million US credit cards

On August 26th, a federal jury in Seattle found Roman Seleznev guilty of stealing more than 2.9 million credit card numbers and selling them to fraudsters on the deepweb. Seleznev, 32, is the son of Russian Parliament member Valery Seleznev. According to a 2014 indictment from the Department of Justice, Seleznev, as well as unknown accomplices, “developed and used automated ... Read More »

First time trying LSD purchased from the Market.

he following article is a work of non fiction. It was written to give a detailed insight into the Authors experience when trying LSD. The Author mentioned in this article believes strongly in harm reduction and substance education. Buying LSD and having it shipped as an international delivery was a very nerve racking experience for me. It doesn’t matter how ... Read More »

The U.S. is Investigating Another Supposed Series of Russian Hacks

Authorities in the United States have started investigating a series of Russian Intelligence cyberattacks gathering information from The New York Times and other major organizations. The hacks have been discovered by authorities over the past few months, news outlets reported earlier this week. The targeted attacks are believed to be related to the U.S. Democratic party, the report says. Earlier ... Read More »

Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Drug Cryptomarkets

Two well known researchers, Monica Barratt and Judith Aldridge, put together an in-depth publication on crypto-marketplaces (the academic term for dark net markets). The jointly written article was recently published on the International Drug Info Policy website. In essence, the article answers every question about darknet markets that an outsider would have. The publication is fittingly titled “Everything you always ... Read More »

Darknet Vendor BenzoChems Uploads Video of His Alprazolam Lab

In 2015, famed Xanax vendor Quantik uploaded a video of his pill press pumping out Xanax bars. A new vendor, going by the name BenzoChems, just uploaded one of his own. While Quantik’s video showcased a pill press, BenzoChem’s is focused on the production of Alprazolam. Such a peek into the life of a deepweb vendor is an unsurprisingly abnormal ... Read More »

Arrested: Scandinavia’s Biggest Vendor “Douppikauppa”

In an exclusively translated interview for DeepDotWeb, the world learned about the life of Scandinavia’s biggest darknet vendor, Douppikauppa. Douppikauppa had been selling on Valhalla since 2013 and is well known for being Scandinavia’s biggest darknet vendor. He was arrested in Finland with massive quantities of drugs in his possession. In the interview we learned so much about Douppikauppa and ... Read More »

Engineering Student Admitted Selling Drugs He Ordered From Dark Web

Zhe Wang, a 20 year-old Queens resident and former engineering student at the University at Buffalo, admitted to money laundering and conspiracy to distribute controlled substances. He was one of three people taken into custody. In 2015, Wang used around $74,000 worth of bitcoins to purchase Xanax from a darknet marketplace. According to the law enforcement authorities, the former UB ... Read More »