You may already know about the Tor Browser, but are you aware that it can be integrated with Brave Browser as well?
Back in early 2018, I wrote the post DuckDuckGo is not a Dark Web Search Engine in order to shed some light on this subject. It seems that there’s still a lot of confusion over this, unfortunately.
So, it only took me three years, but finally, I registered the domain name secretsofthedark.com. From now on, that will be the official name. Now, what to do with this? Although I’ve been doing this mostly for fun, I’d be perfectly OK with receiving donations, particularly for “premium” content. So, how would that work, exactly? […]
One of my readers recently emailed me and asked if you could be “100% anonymous” online. I think that it’s possible, but you need to take a lot of steps. To be honest, I’m not 100% anonymous at present, so maybe I’m not the one to ask, but I’m in the process of researching it. […]
After getting doxed a couple of times, I’ve realized that I have way too many online accounts, in particular, ones that I don’t use anymore. It may seem silly that someone who writes about the dark web would have dozens of online accounts, but in the early days of social media (I’m talking early ’00s), […]
If I had asked that question to a bunch of fifth graders, I can only imagine how much snickering I would get. Dirty jokes aside, when people contact me, these are often the types of questions they ask. I was chatting on MadIRC this morning (as usual), and some of us were joking about Marianas […]
A friend of mine suggested today that I compare platforms through which you could anonymously make donations to your favorite darknet sites (if not legal ones, at least ones that aren’t hurting children). As you may or may not know, all bitcoin transactions are publicly visible on the blockchain, and can be visualized on sites […]