I’ve written quite a few posts attempting to debunk red rooms on this blog, but I think I’ve finally had the nail in the coffin (technology wise, anyway). Some of you already know this is the case, but there are still people who continue to insist on their existence. For those who don’t know, Invidious […]
So, even after finding a bunch of my personal details on Doxbin, an IRC friend of mine shared this link with me: http://dumpedlqezarfife.onion/ – it’s a database of 1.4 billion dumped passwords (if you go by the description). Presumably it’s accurate. I searched for several of my email addresses on it, and found three passwords […]
Several people have asked on Twitter or in comments asking how to earn bitcoin. As with “normal” money, there’s no simple way that works 100% of the time, but I know of several methods; some take much longer than others and don’t necessarily deliver on their promises.
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 […]
Doing that post on I2P inspired me – I think that I should do basic tutorials for all of the major “darknets” (and even perhaps some of the less known ones). In fact, based on some of the search terms I could see, people are wanting to know more about Freenet, so…ok then! That being […]
I mentioned this briefly before, but I started an alternate blog on Write.as: secretsofthedark for more “tech review” related subjects. (I haven’t abandoned this blog, however.) Part of the reason for the second blog is because people (on IRC, that is) kept giving me flack about using WordPress! This article on WebsitesHate.me called The biggest […]
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 […]