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Drugs

Czech Republic: Five Sentenced for Reselling Ecstasy

Five Czech citizens were sentenced to prison pleading guilty to roles in the distribution of drugs purchased on the darkweb. The five men appeared before the Ostrava Regional Court on October...

By Administrator - Oct.24

CyberCrime

Michigan Man Imprisoned for Selling PII on the Darkweb

A Michigan man was sentenced to prison for hacking, stealing, and selling Personally Identifiable Information of thousands of victims on the darkweb. According to court records Justin Sean Johnson 30, formerly...

By Administrator - Oct.23

Drugs

French Teen Allegedly Bought Ecstasy on the Darkweb

Police in France arrested a teen suspected of reselling ecstasy purchased on the dark web. The 18-year-old’s drug trafficking operation was according to reports discovered as a result of an investigation...

By Administrator - Oct.22

Drugs

Two Australians Charged for Importing Methamphetamine

Authorities in Australia arrested and charged two people suspected of importing 18 kilograms of meth from the US to Western Australia. The Australian Federal Police and Australian Border Force investigators arrested...

By Administrator - Oct.20

CyberCrime

CyberCrime

Michigan Man Imprisoned for Selling PII on the Darkweb

A Michigan man was sentenced to prison for hacking, stealing, and selling Personally Identifiable Information of thousands of victims on the darkweb. According to court records Justin Sean Johnson 30, formerly...

By Administrator - Oct.23

CyberCrime

Another “Welcome To Video” User Sentenced to Prison

A Pittsburgh man was sentenced to 90 months in prison for accessing child sexual abuse material from the Welcome To Video darkweb child pornography site. According to court records Anthony Bellisario...

By Administrator - Oct.16

CyberCrime

Fraudster Forfeited 1,700 Bitcoin but Not the Password...

A fraudster is refusing to give police the decryption key to his Bitcoin wallet worth more than $60 million. The wallet contains more than 1,700 Bitcoin. Reuters reported that German prosecutors...

By Administrator - Oct.11

CyberCrime

DeepDotWeb Admin Admits Laundering $8.4 Million in Bitcoin

Tal Prihar, the administrator of the darkweb news site DeepDotWeb, pleaded guilty to one count of conspiracy to commit money laundering. He admitted laundering $8.4 million in cryptocurrency earned through the...

By Administrator - Oct.11

CyberCrime

Alleged Firearm Vendor and Customers Charged in Germany

Four Germans allegedly traded firearms and other weapons on the darkweb, according to authorities in Frankfurt. The Frankfurt am Main Customs Investigation Office announced in a press release that the four...

By Administrator - Oct.11

Top Dark Net Links

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

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 this...

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

Technology

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

Technology

Tor: "Experimental Fix" Might Make Tor Usable Again

A Tor patch is available for testing that might fix the ongoing consensus issues and general network degradation. For a qrd, DarkDotFail covered the outage through their Twitter account: “Ongoing Tor...

By Administrator - Oct.11

Technology

Brave Browser Leaked DNS Queries for Onion Services

Brave, a browser that allows users to access onion services, had a bug that sent queries for onion addresses to public DNS resolvers. Brave is a browser that advertises itself as...

By Administrator - Oct.11

Technology

Encrypted Messaging App Signal Might Be Banned in China

Signal, the encrypted messaging application used by millions, appears to be the latest target of the censorship wing of the Chinese government. Signal is popular in many circles as one of...

By Administrator - Oct.11

Technology

Hacked EncroChat Messages Used in MDMA Vendor Bust

Police in the UK raided properties associated with a group accused of selling MDMA on the darkweb. EncroChat was involved. The National Crime Agency, supported by the US Homeland Security Investigations...

By Administrator - Oct.11

More Stories

Oct.23

CyberCrime

Michigan Man Imprisoned for Selling PII on the Darkweb

A Michigan man was sentenced to prison for hacking, stealing, and selling Personally Identifiable Information of thousands of victims on the darkweb. According to court records Justin Sean Johnson 30, formerly...

Oct.22

Drugs

French Teen Allegedly Bought Ecstasy on the Darkweb

Police in France arrested a teen suspected of reselling ecstasy purchased on the dark web. The 18-year-old’s drug trafficking operation was according to reports discovered as a result of an investigation...

Oct.20

Drugs

Two Australians Charged for Importing Methamphetamine

Authorities in Australia arrested and charged two people suspected of importing 18 kilograms of meth from the US to Western Australia. The Australian Federal Police and Australian Border Force investigators arrested...

Oct.18

Drugs

Dream Vendor “CaliClaire” Admits Selling Heroin

A Maryland man admitted selling heroin on Dream Market under the username “CaliClaire”. Jason Lawrence Green, age 40, of Salisbury, Maryland, pleaded guilty to possession with intent to distribute heroin. Green...

Oct.16

CyberCrime

Another “Welcome To Video” User Sentenced to Prison

A Pittsburgh man was sentenced to 90 months in prison for accessing child sexual abuse material from the Welcome To Video darkweb child pornography site. According to court records Anthony Bellisario...

Oct.11

DarkNet Markets

White House Market Ends Support for Bitcoin Payments

One of the leading darkweb marketplaces, White House Market, ended support for Bitcoin transactions.White House Market (WHM) launched as a Monero-only marketplace. At the time, WHM was one of the...

Oct.11

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...

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...

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...

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...

Oct.11

Technology

Tor: "Experimental Fix" Might Make Tor Usable Again

A Tor patch is available for testing that might fix the ongoing consensus issues and general network degradation. For a qrd, DarkDotFail covered the outage through their Twitter account: “Ongoing Tor...

Oct.11

Technology

Brave Browser Leaked DNS Queries for Onion Services

Brave, a browser that allows users to access onion services, had a bug that sent queries for onion addresses to public DNS resolvers. Brave is a browser that advertises itself as...

Oct.11

Technology

Encrypted Messaging App Signal Might Be Banned in China

Signal, the encrypted messaging application used by millions, appears to be the latest target of the censorship wing of the Chinese government. Signal is popular in many circles as one of...

Oct.11

Technology

Hacked EncroChat Messages Used in MDMA Vendor Bust

Police in the UK raided properties associated with a group accused of selling MDMA on the darkweb. EncroChat was involved. The National Crime Agency, supported by the US Homeland Security Investigations...

Oct.11

Technology

Secret Service Pays Coinbase for Blockchain Analysis Software

The United States Secret Service is purchasing blockchain analytics software from Coinbase, a well-known digital currency exchange. According to publicly available spending records from the United States government, the United States...