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Basic guide to PGP on Tails

Part 0 – Introduction Experienced readers already know that PGP is just as essential to survive in the DNM scene as a secure Operating System (OS) setup. However it is not enough to have them, you also need to know how to use them properly. While there are already guides for using PGP on Windows, OS X and Linux, this ... Read More »

Staying Safe on the Deep with TAILS

This tutorial is about getting into the deep web in a easy and more secured way. When you access the deep web simply by downloading Tor into your computer, you are putting yourself at risk. First, you are leaving traces on your computer that you access the deep web (unless you delete and download Tor every time you want to ... Read More »

A comparison of secure Linux installs: Tails and LPS

There’s many lengths one can go to when it comes to operation security or personal privacy. One of the safest and best options for keeping your data safe is running an intentionally secure Linux distribution. There’s two main players in this line of operating systems: Tails and LPS. Tails is known everywhere, but LPS has been generating a significant amount ... Read More »

In-depth Guide to Tails + Persistence

Here’s an easy to follow noobs guide to Tails. Tails is by no means just a noobs OS, it does a lot of the hard work for you and makes connecting to and browsing the .onion network easy as hell. Edward Snowden used it to help stay anonymous during the initial NSA spying leaks. We’ll go over verifying the ISO, ... Read More »

Personal Experience: Part 2 – Tails

This a post in series of posts describing a personal experience from learning about the DNM’s to becoming a vendor – all the parts of this series will be available to here: ExperienceTag Part 2: Privacy and security are important to people using Darknet marketplaces. The ability to purchase and vend goods and services without being spied upon is one ... Read More »

Simple TAILS Installation

Right up there with Whonix as a contender for the best OS to access the deep web is Tails. The Amnesic Incognito Live System or “Tails” is a live system that aims to preserve your privacy and anonymity which is very important when accessing the deep web. Unlike Whonix, it is not made to be run on a virtual machine ... Read More »