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More on Hurt-core King Pin David Graham

Mathew Graham, 21 at the time, was found to be the Administrator for several extreme child porn sites on dark net. He ran all of them from his bedroom at his parents home in South Morang on Melbourne’s north side. He went by “Lux” as he ran the global child porn ring, which contained images and videos of sexual torture, ... Read More »

Liberty Reserve Founder Sentenced To 20 Years In Prison

Arthur Budovsky (42), the creator of Liberty Reserve, a virtual currency before Bitcoin got into the game, was sentenced to 20 years in federal prison. According to the US government, the whole project of Budovsky was a $6 billion money-laundering operation. For 7 years, starting in 2006, anyone could use Liberty Reserve’s website to transfer money with just little oversight. ... Read More »

OverplayVPN Review

While conducting our Overplay VPN review we found that they promote their product as being secure, flexible and fast. Also, they are among the most innovative providers on the market right now and their network is growing exponentially fast. Currently, their network covers 48 countries worldwide, each country being the host of a cluster of powerful servers that make the ... Read More »

German TV show gets scammed trying to buy an AK47 on the DarkNet

It was supposed to be a great story about terrorism, uncertainty and the evils of the DarkNet. The title of German TV Show #Beckmann “Fear of terror – how endangered is Germany?” already gave a hint where it was heading. Channel ARD’s production aimed to scare its viewers creating an atmosphere of angst. Security experts proclaimed the amazing conclusion that it’s ... Read More »

LSD Saved My Marriage

I grew up Mormon. That meant no alcohol, no girls, and certainly no drugs. I was taught that the caffeine in a single cup of coffee was all that was needed to land you on a slippery slope that would eventually end with you in a gutter, needle dangling from your arm, and I had zero desire to dabble with ... Read More »

Rise and Fall of my Counterfeiting Experience

Names and details have been slightly altered to conceal my true identity from anyone who could recognize it, but this is the time of when I got involved with counterfeit bills and escaped with barely my freedom. I’ve been browsing the deep web since the days of the original Silk Road. Back then, that’s all I did. I was just ... Read More »

Tor’s Co-Creator: Your Medical Records Have Bullseyes On Them

Paul Syverson, Co-creator of the Tor web browser met with journalists and tech professionals Thursday saying, “I invented the dark web.”  This meeting was part of the “Inside the Dark Web” conference. The topics of anonymized onion routing, and cybercrime on the internet. “Medical identity theft is poised to take over as the primary form of identity theft,” Syverson noted. ... Read More »

Missing mail, love letters and keeping a clean house

If you aren’t ordering guns or multiple kilos of meth and things get a little sketchy, you’re probably pretty sure you aren’t waiting for a controlled delivery or a warrant over your quarter ounce of weed, a taser which looks like a flashlight, a couple of molly tablets or a gram of ketamine which, for one reason or another, has ... Read More »

Dark Web Vendor Chemical Love Busted, More Than 50 Kg Of Drugs Seized

In Rhineland-Palatinate five men were arrested by the local police, according to the law enforcement authorities, the five men were running the vendor shop, “Chemical Love”, on the dark web. In the basement of a gang member, police found 54kg amphetamines, 1.3 kg cocaine, 4 kg heroin and 25,000 ecstasy pills. One of them is the former football player, Walter ... Read More »

Second Judge Suggests To Reject Evidence In FBI Mass Hack Case

Magistrate Judge Paul J Cleary is the second judge in the FBI mass hack case who just suggested throwing out the evidence obtained by a piece of malware that the federal agency had previously uploaded on the infiltrated PlayPen child porn site (as part of Operation Pacifier) back in February 2015. On April 25, the judge just recommended the evidence ... Read More »

Tutorial: How To Access Exchanged.i2p

Provided by its admin. Please Note: Using an anonymous exchange IS risky. Introduction: These days bitcoin regulation has been all over the headlines, With the New York Bitcoin License taking effect your bitcoin services are willing to sacrifice your privacy for mainstream acceptance. Exchanges such as Poloniex are US operated countries and are FinCEN complaint with various AML/KYC requirements.  ExchangeD.I2P ... Read More »

Hungary Passes New Law To Ban Full Encryption

The Parliament in Hungary voted on a legislative amendment that would prohibit end to end encryption, online daily index.hu reported yesterday. The reasons behind this are to help fight the growing threat of terrorism Hungary is facing. The proposed changes would mandate any providers offering end to end encryption to provide data for the Hungarian government when it requests so. ... Read More »

FBI Gets Green Flag For Unlimited Warrant less Searches

The United States government is using warrant less searches along with secret requests for information, and these requests and searches keep growing in numbers. The Office of the Director of National Intelligence released a transparency report this week showing the number of warrant less searches has doubled between 2013 and 2015. The intelligence community vacuums up millions of communications from ... Read More »

Strong VPN Review

STRONG VPN Strong VPN is operated by StrongVPN.com/Reliablehosting.com. The large and popular US-based entity is on a mission to provide a 5-star support with exceptional all fiber network for your servers. Strong VPN network is a redundant multihomed BPG4 system that utilizes Cisco and Foundry Networks routers and switches. They also connect to more than thirty other networks in North ... Read More »

FBI Still Harassing Lead Tor Developer

Lead software developer for Tor, Isis Agora Lovecruft claims that the FBI is harassing her because they would like to talk with her, but will not disclose a reason why.  An FBI agent showed up at her parents home and left a card, instructing them to have Isis call them.  Later, phone calls to her parents home from the FBI ... Read More »