German Federal Police arrested a trio suspected of running the “FakeIDDobby” vendor account on several darkweb marketplaces.

Darkweb markets provide drug dealers with an anonymous platform to peddle their wares but cannot account for all forms of human error.

A counterfeit Adderall vendor from Kentucky was sentenced to 11 years in prison for drug trafficking, money laundering, and owning firearms as a prohibited person.

Law enforcement in the Netherlands arrested the alleged operators of the DutchMasters profile on the darkweb. DutchMasters, as many users of darkweb forums and markets will know, is a well-known vendor of ecstasy on various marketplaces as well as their own vendor shop.

The Bamberg Public Prosecutor’s Office filed charges against the three alleged operators the darkweb vendor account “LenasBioLaden” or “Lena’s Bio Laden.” All three suspected operators of the shop are facing charges in the Memmingen district court.

Janet Yellen, the expected Treasury Department lead for the Biden Administration, said that cryptocurrencies are “mainly for illicit financing” and described them as a “particular concern.”

A supercar thief was sentenced to five years in prison for attempting to purchase hand grenades on the darkweb.

Joker’s Stash, “the largest underground shop for selling stolen credit card and identity data,” will be shutting down in February 2021, according to a statement on the site. Joker’s Stash is perhaps one of the most widely known carding shops on the internet.

The owner of a cryptocurrency exchange was sentenced to 121 months in prison for money laundering and conspiracy to commit a Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act (RICO) offense.