A New Doxbin! (Let’s Investigate.)

One of the more controversial sites that has existed, on and off, on Tor is Doxbin. For those unfamiliar with its past, allow me to direct you to its Wikipedia page: Wikipedia: Doxbin.

I mention this because at present, there’s a new Doxbin site, which seems to be fairly active. Its link is http://qaxnycarzf3fjc5p.onion/, for those who want to check it out.

Immediately, when going onto the site, I happened to notice some prominent names on it: Mark Zuckerberg, h3h3productions, and LadyAnacondaHOA (CEO of the House of Anaconda modeling agency). The Mark Zuckerberg one I almost understand, but the others I don’t know for certain.

I suppose anyone who happens to have something against you would have the motive to do something like this. Ironically, I’m not necessarily against the site (as long as I don’t end up on there), but I thought it was something worth knowing about. After all, I did write She Was Fury, She Was Wrath, She Was Vengeance, did I not? So, to the admin of Doxbin, this isn’t a complaint against you – think of it as a “review”!

After all, you don’t even have to go onto the dark web to find doxes; just visit any Pastebin site and you’ll come across lots of them. If, however, you’re concerned that your info may be on there, you may want to check it out.

At the moment, there isn’t a whole lot more to it; it appears that the new Doxbin is still in its infancy. Also listed on the site are some “pending” doxes, and ones that were rejected, apparently. What differentiates a rejection from an accepted dox, I’m not sure – maybe the info was inaccurate.

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