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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

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...

By Administrator - Dec.03

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

DarkNet Markets

Cannazon Market is Retiring

Cannazon, a popular marketplace for marijuana and related products, willing be voluntarily shutting down. In the retirement message on the market’s homepage, the administrators of Cannazon wrote that users will be...

By Administrator - Nov.27

CyberCrime

CyberCrime

German Woman Imprisoned for Attempting to Hire a Hitman

A German woman was sentenced to more than three years in prison at the Dresden district court for attempting to hire a hitman on the darkweb. The 41-year-old defendant from Dresden...

By Administrator - Nov.19

CyberCrime

Utah Man Indicted for Trying to Hire a Hitman on the Darkweb

A Utah man was indicted for attempting to hire a hitman on the dark web to murder two New York residents. The US Attorney’s Office for the Northern District of New...

By Administrator - Nov.15

CyberCrime

StExo Ordered to Forfeit £490,000 in Bitcoin

Thomas White, one of the "guiding minds” responsible for Silk Road 2.0, was ordered to forfeit £493,550 ($684,300) from his Bitcoin holdings. At Liverpool Crown Court, HHJ Teague QC ordered White...

By Administrator - Nov.04

CyberCrime

Tennessee Man Pleads Guilty to a Murder-for-hire Plot

A retired teacher pleaded guilty to attempting to hire a hitman on the dark web to kill his wife. According to court records 59-year-old Nelson Paul Replogle, of Knoxville, Tennessee, admitted...

By Administrator - Nov.02

CyberCrime

Virginia Woman Arrested for Trying to Hire a Hitman

Authorities in Virginia arrested a woman for allegedly trying to hire a hitman on the darkweb. According to a press release from the US Attorney’s Office for Western District of Virginia...

By Administrator - Oct.30

Top Dark Net Links

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) Money-Team– Recommended seller for gift cards , western union cyberattacks and...

By Administrator - Oct.11

Dark Web Links

Dark Web Search Engines

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

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

Top DarkNet Markets 2022

Deep Web Financial Services. This is an updated list of links onion 2021 of information and data about financial services in the deep web, Bitcoin, PayPal for bitcoins, Bitcoin mixer...

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

Technology

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

Technology

U.S. Senators Introduce Another Anti-Encryption Bill

U.S. Senators introduced the Lawful Access to Encrypted Data Act in an attempt to mandate backdoors The bill gives the Department of Justice the ability to force companies and service providers...

By Administrator - Oct.11

Technology

Brave.com Is Now Available as an Onion Service

Brave, the Chromium-based browser that sells itself on privacy and adblocking features, launched a version of its website for Tor users. In a recent blog post, a Devops Engineer at Brave...

By Administrator - Oct.11

Technology

The Cyberbunker Trial Began This Week

Eight defendants are facing charges for “aiding and abetting criminals in some 249,000 illegal online transactions involving drugs, contract killings, money laundering and images of child abuse worth millions of...

By Administrator - Oct.11

Technology

German Police Seized Nine Telegram-Based Drug Markets

The Federal Criminal Police Office (BKA), the General Public Prosecutor’s Office in Frankfurt am Main and Central Office for Combating Internet Crime (ZIT), and other law enforcement agencies seized Telegram...

By Administrator - Oct.11

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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...

Nov.27

DarkNet Markets

Cannazon Market is Retiring

Cannazon, a popular marketplace for marijuana and related products, willing be voluntarily shutting down. In the retirement message on the market’s homepage, the administrators of Cannazon wrote that users will be...

Nov.26

Drugs

Parallel Construction: The DEA Once “Stole” a Dealer's Car

This is an old tale of how the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration used parallel construction to arrest a drug trafficker after secretly intercepting his phone calls.

Nov.24

Drugs

Trio Admits Selling Psychedelics on the Darkweb

Three defendants admitted they played part in the sale and distribution of psychedelic mushroom analogues through the darkweb. The defendants, 44-year-old James Verl Barlow, of Las Vegas, 35-year-old Matthew Taylor Barlow...

Nov.22

Drugs

Police Found 145 Sales Records on a Vendor's USB Drive

The Public Prosecution Service in the Netherlands demanded a prison sentence of eight years for a large-scale darkweb vendor. In 2017, a court sentenced a man from Heerhugowaard to 5.5 years...

Nov.19

CyberCrime

German Woman Imprisoned for Attempting to Hire a Hitman

A German woman was sentenced to more than three years in prison at the Dresden district court for attempting to hire a hitman on the darkweb. The 41-year-old defendant from Dresden...

Nov.17

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...

Nov.15

CyberCrime

Utah Man Indicted for Trying to Hire a Hitman on the Darkweb

A Utah man was indicted for attempting to hire a hitman on the dark web to murder two New York residents. The US Attorney’s Office for the Northern District of New...

Nov.12

Drugs

Australian Trio Charged for Importing Cocaine from Portugal

Authorities in Australia arrested and charged three men for allegedly importing 1.5 kilograms of cocaine. The three men, a 48-year-old and a 32-year-old from New South Wales and a 35-year-old from...

Nov.10

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...

Nov.08

Drugs

Australian Man Charged for Attempting to Import Meth

Authorities in Australia arrested and charged a man for allegedly importing kilograms of methamphetamine from Canada. The 38-year-old man from Perth, Western Australia, was charged in the Perth Magistrate’s Court after...

Nov.06

Drugs

Wallstreet Vendor “RaptureReloaded” Sentenced to Prison

Joanna De Alba, a 40-year-old explicitly described the U.S. Attorney’s Office as a “U.S. citizen,” will be spending 96 months in prison after pleading guilty to a variety of drug...

Nov.04

CyberCrime

StExo Ordered to Forfeit £490,000 in Bitcoin

Thomas White, one of the "guiding minds” responsible for Silk Road 2.0, was ordered to forfeit £493,550 ($684,300) from his Bitcoin holdings. At Liverpool Crown Court, HHJ Teague QC ordered White...

Nov.02

CyberCrime

Tennessee Man Pleads Guilty to a Murder-for-hire Plot

A retired teacher pleaded guilty to attempting to hire a hitman on the dark web to kill his wife. According to court records 59-year-old Nelson Paul Replogle, of Knoxville, Tennessee, admitted...

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