Having switched to Linux from Windows, I was accustomed to the idea of “needing” an antivirus program. Early on when I made the transition to Linux, the idea of not getting viruses seemed foreign. Therefore, up until recently, I was using ClamAV for one of those “just in case” scenarios. Thus far, every time I […]
I’ve noticed that some of the technical topics I’ve discussed in the past still aren’t all that well understood. That being said, I’ve mentioned I2P on several posts; it can be one of the more challenging anonymity networks to use, especially if you aren’t familiar with the topic. Part of the reason that I think […]
Around the time that I first started this blog, I had written a post called “Dark Web: What Are Candydolls?” I’ve since taken it down, though. What happened was that someone contacted me via Facebook Messenger and said something to the effect of, “Children must be protected. Why are you promoting this? Please take it […]
Note: I heard that Takedownman reviewed this site as well. I wrote this at the request of the site admin, not because of him! Last year, I wrote a post called Is Your Revenge Porn Pic on the Dark Web? I wrote this, not with the intention of promoting the subject, but raising awareness (despite how […]
One of my friends on MadIRC was messing with me the other day and said, “Why don’t you write a blog post about how Arch is the best distro?” I’m sure he was kidding, but I thought, why not?
I should mention that I get the occasional comment saying, “How can you promote this stuff? You’re horrible!” and so on. I started this blog because I was fascinated with the so-called “dark web” and the idea that there was a part of the internet that I hadn’t yet seen. Also, I admit, I like […]
Someone commented on my post Exploring Tor Links Again, Just For You! the other day, and said the following: “We want snuff/gore/rape websites.” I kid you not. Well, what did I expect when I write a blog about the dark web? Also, I noticed I had been getting a lot of comments on one of my older […]