Featured Site: hacking.allowed

In addition to the requisite Christmas post, there’s a site I came across recently that I’ve been wanting to feature, particularly since I keep finding articles that categorize the “dark web” as this evil place full of horrible people. The site in question is called hacking.allowed. I know that people tend to expect “hackers” on […]

Not Crashing Your System is Good!

I’ve upgraded to Ubuntu 18.04 Bionic Beaver (which is what I was attempting to do when I crashed my system before), and it actually works now! What a concept! Now, to just get everything working the way it was before. Initially, I was having issues with my mouse. For instance, if I wanted to save […]

Linux Drama Part 2: Trolling!

I found a great quote on bash.org today that applies to my Linux dilemma: I discovered that you’d never get an answer to a problem from Linux Gurus by asking. You have to troll in order for someone to help you with a Linux problem…Instead, I did what works. Trolling. By stating that Linux sucked […]

Getting the Hang of Linux! (Really.)

Some of the bros on MadIRC were messing with me about giving some variety to the blog, and suggested that I document my Linux learning process for you all. After all, the “dark web” isn’t always as fascinating as it’s made out to be. So, as I’ve mentioned, my particular Linux distro is Ubuntu, which […]

Site Feature: Dark Clouds/saysamaim

So, a reader contacted me recently and asked if I would check out their site(s), which I did. They have both a clearnet site and a couple of Tor hidden services. The clearnet site is called saysamaim, and seems to be a sort of tribute to all things “darknet”: On the landing page is a sort […]