Someone who apparently owns a promotional blog for Empire Market called, appropriately, Empire Market, left a comment with a list of current darknet markets.
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.
As I’ve mentioned several times here before, I’m a fan of certain horror YouTubers, including Nexpo. Nexpo’s latest video (done in conjunction with SomeOrdinaryGamers) concerns a woman named Padma G McCord, who seems to have thousands (or perhaps even millions) of websites all across the internet with little to no obvious purpose.
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.
I recently joined this Linux group and have been meeting some new people. One of the people that I’ve been talking to said that he’d like to create his own Linux distro, but clearly that’s a challenging prospect if you haven’t done it before (heck, I haven’t, or at least not yet). What I suggested […]