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CyberCrime

Feds Seized RaidForums

The United States Department of Justice announced the seizure of RaidForums, “a popular marketplace for cybercriminals to buy and sell hacked data.” An ongoing investigation led by the FBI’s Washington Field...

By Administrator - Apr.26

CyberCrime

Nevada Woman Tried to Hire a Hitman on the Darkweb

A Nevada woman admitted to paying a darkweb hitman site to murder her ex-husband. Kristy Lynn Felkins, 37, of Fallon, Nevada, pleaded guilty to one count of the use of interstate...

By Administrator - Mar.27

DarkNet Markets

“Dark0de Reborn” Exit Scammed

According to DarkDotFail, Dark0de Reborn exit scammed. That is largely all there is to it as far as I know. It appears as if the market simply vanished. Which is...

By Administrator - Feb.27

CyberCrime

Woman Sentenced for Laundering Her Son's Drug Money

A Kentucky woman who helped launder her son’s drug money will spend 15 months in prison. She used Coinbase. A Kentucky woman was sentenced to 15 months in prison for helping...

By Administrator - Feb.09

CyberCrime

CyberCrime

Feds Seized RaidForums

The United States Department of Justice announced the seizure of RaidForums, “a popular marketplace for cybercriminals to buy and sell hacked data.” An ongoing investigation led by the FBI’s Washington Field...

By Administrator - Apr.26

CyberCrime

Nevada Woman Tried to Hire a Hitman on the Darkweb

A Nevada woman admitted to paying a darkweb hitman site to murder her ex-husband. Kristy Lynn Felkins, 37, of Fallon, Nevada, pleaded guilty to one count of the use of interstate...

By Administrator - Mar.27

CyberCrime

Woman Sentenced for Laundering Her Son's Drug Money

A Kentucky woman who helped launder her son’s drug money will spend 15 months in prison. She used Coinbase. A Kentucky woman was sentenced to 15 months in prison for helping...

By Administrator - Feb.09

CyberCrime

DeepDotWeb Admin Sentenced to 97 Months in Prison

A federal judge sentenced the administrator of DeepDotWeb.com to 97 months in prison. United States District Court Judge Donetta W. Ambrose sentenced Tal Prihar, 37, to 97 months in federal prison...

By Administrator - Jan.30

CyberCrime

Feds Paid Informants at Least $500M in “Recent Years”

In recent years, federal law enforcement agencies paid more than $500 million to informants. Some informants are now millionaires. According to the most recent records compiled by OpenTheBooks.com, federal agencies, including...

By Administrator - Dec.31

Top Dark Net Links

Dark Web Links

Dark Web Search Engines & Hidden Wiki's

How Do I Access Hidden Services? In order to access .onion websites you need to download and install the Tor browser. You can download it for any operating system using...

By Administrator - Oct.11

Dark Web Links

Dark Net Links 2022

TOP DARK NET MARKETS 2022   E-Cash - Higly rated vendor on the Darknet :Money transfers paypal,Western Union , Neteller etc (Recommended) TorBuy Money transfers Paypal, Western Union. Prepaid Cards Visa, Master Card. Appliances...

By Administrator - Oct.11

Dark Web Links

Blogs,Forums,Chats

Forums. This list contains forums, imageboards, and other platforms for discussion on the darkweb including Underdir, Blackhat Chat, 8chan, and Germany in the Deepweb. The forums listed here focus on...

By Administrator - Oct.11

Dark Web Links

Safe Darknet Email Provider

Best Anonymous Email Services in 2021 .In this anonymous email piece, I’ll mention some of the best onion (and their clearnet domain versions, when available) email services which prioritize privacy...

By Administrator - Oct.11

Dark Web Links

Top DarkNet Markets 2022

E-Cash - Higly rated vendor on the Darknet :Money transfers paypal,Western Union , Neteller etc (Recommended) TorBuy Money transfers Paypal, Western Union. Prepaid Cards Visa, Master Card. Appliances Apple, iPhones. Phones Samsung...

By Administrator - Oct.11

Technology

Technology

2022: Companies to Report Payments of $600 or More

Payment services such as CashApp, Venmo, and Zelle are now required to report transactions totaling $600 or more to the Internal Revenue Service. As of January 1, 2022, payment services like...

By Administrator - Jan.09

Technology

Justice Minister Demands EU-Wide Action Against Telegram

Germany’s Minister of Justice, Marco Buschmann, has called for an EU-wide effort to regulate the content on Telegram. Germany’s Federal Minister of Justice, Marco Buschmann, has called for an EU-wide effort...

By Administrator - Dec.25

Technology

US Wins Appeal in Assange Extradition Case

How shocking! The US won their appeal against a UK court’s refusal to extradite Julian Assange, the co-founder of WikiLeaks. A court in January blocked the US’s attempt to extradite Julian Assange...

By Administrator - Dec.11

Technology

Who is Running Hundreds of Malicious Tor Relays?

A threat actor is running hundreds of malicious Tor relays as part of what researchers suspect is an attempt to deanonymize Tor users. Nusenu, a Tor relay operator, first identified “KAX17”...

By Administrator - Dec.09

Technology

Tutanota is Hardly the Solution to the ProtonMail Problem

Although ProtonMail is one of the few email providers that are not openly hostile to those who value their privacy, the company’s willingness to comply with law enforcement has concerned...

By Administrator - Dec.06

Technology

FBI Doc Highlights the Benefits of End-to-End Encryption

A document from the Federal Bureau of Investigation reveals the data the Bureau can (and can’t) access from messaging applications, including iMessage, Signal, Telegram, Wickr, WhatsApp, and others. Property of the...

By Administrator - Dec.01

Technology

Sweden Demands the EU Ban Proof of Work Crypto Mining

Swedish authorities are calling on the EU to ban energy-intensive cryptocurrency mining ostensibly to make the world colder. Erik Thedéen, the Director-General at the Swedish Financial Supervisory Authority, and Björn Risinger...

By Administrator - Nov.17

Technology

Floodcrm : Online email , sms , phone DDos tool

Floodcrm is around since 2015 and offers some unique features you wont find anywhere else. Floodcrm offers a verry eazy to use email , text , call stresser. *Attention only...

By Administrator - Nov.10

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Mar.27

CyberCrime

Nevada Woman Tried to Hire a Hitman on the Darkweb

A Nevada woman admitted to paying a darkweb hitman site to murder her ex-husband. Kristy Lynn Felkins, 37, of Fallon, Nevada, pleaded guilty to one count of the use of interstate...

Feb.27

DarkNet Markets

“Dark0de Reborn” Exit Scammed

According to DarkDotFail, Dark0de Reborn exit scammed. That is largely all there is to it as far as I know. It appears as if the market simply vanished. Which is...

Feb.09

CyberCrime

Woman Sentenced for Laundering Her Son's Drug Money

A Kentucky woman who helped launder her son’s drug money will spend 15 months in prison. She used Coinbase. A Kentucky woman was sentenced to 15 months in prison for helping...

Jan.30

CyberCrime

DeepDotWeb Admin Sentenced to 97 Months in Prison

A federal judge sentenced the administrator of DeepDotWeb.com to 97 months in prison. United States District Court Judge Donetta W. Ambrose sentenced Tal Prihar, 37, to 97 months in federal prison...

Jan.20

DarkNet Markets

Monopoly Market and Cartel Market Are Gone.

Monopoly Market vanished in late December 2021 at roughly the same time the administrator of Cartel Market disappeared. Note about DNS leaks for beginners: Nearly every link in this article is...

Jan.09

Technology

2022: Companies to Report Payments of $600 or More

Payment services such as CashApp, Venmo, and Zelle are now required to report transactions totaling $600 or more to the Internal Revenue Service. As of January 1, 2022, payment services like...

Jan.03

Drugs

Australian Vendor “Underlinecost” Made Up to $25K Every Day

Three Australians made as much as $25,000 a day by selling drugs through the vendor account “underlinecost.” (1 AUD = 0.73 USD) In November 2021, SA Police reported arresting three people for...

Dec.31

CyberCrime

Feds Paid Informants at Least $500M in “Recent Years”

In recent years, federal law enforcement agencies paid more than $500 million to informants. Some informants are now millionaires. According to the most recent records compiled by OpenTheBooks.com, federal agencies, including...

Dec.25

Technology

Justice Minister Demands EU-Wide Action Against Telegram

Germany’s Minister of Justice, Marco Buschmann, has called for an EU-wide effort to regulate the content on Telegram. Germany’s Federal Minister of Justice, Marco Buschmann, has called for an EU-wide effort...

Dec.17

DarkNet Markets

ToRReZ Market is Retiring

ToRReZ Market is retiring, according to an announcement from the market’s administrators. In October 2021, White House Market announced their retirement after a successful run. Less than two months later, ToRReZ...

Dec.11

Technology

US Wins Appeal in Assange Extradition Case

How shocking! The US won their appeal against a UK court’s refusal to extradite Julian Assange, the co-founder of WikiLeaks. A court in January blocked the US’s attempt to extradite Julian Assange...

Dec.09

Technology

Who is Running Hundreds of Malicious Tor Relays?

A threat actor is running hundreds of malicious Tor relays as part of what researchers suspect is an attempt to deanonymize Tor users. Nusenu, a Tor relay operator, first identified “KAX17”...

Dec.06

Technology

Tutanota is Hardly the Solution to the ProtonMail Problem

Although ProtonMail is one of the few email providers that are not openly hostile to those who value their privacy, the company’s willingness to comply with law enforcement has concerned...

Dec.03

Drugs

Three Sentenced to Prison for Selling Counterfeit Oxy Pills

Three Seattle men were sentenced to prison for producing and selling counterfeit oxycodone pills laced with fentanyl. The defendants, Bradley Woolard, 42, Anthony Pelayo, 34, and Jerome Isham, 40, were imprisoned...

Dec.01

Technology

FBI Doc Highlights the Benefits of End-to-End Encryption

A document from the Federal Bureau of Investigation reveals the data the Bureau can (and can’t) access from messaging applications, including iMessage, Signal, Telegram, Wickr, WhatsApp, and others. Property of the...

 

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