Someone who apparently owns a promotional blog for Empire Market called, appropriately, Empire Market, left a comment with a list of current darknet markets.
Those of you who regularly keep up with dark web related news may have heard of the site Gangstas Paradise. If not, it’s a forum for the discussion of things like darknet markets, hacking, and the occasional conspiracy theory (or so it seems). I recently interviewed/chatted with their admin, who goes by NarcoTrafficante, and he […]
So, it’s come to my attention that people actually do read what I write about dark web sites (I kid)! Back in March of 2018, I wrote a post entitled Reddit Cracks Down on Dark Web Subreddits, and that still holds true. I’m just happy that r/deepweb is still around (probably because they forbid advertising illegal […]
Back in 2015, when I first “joined” Tor, I came across a site called The Dark Lair, via one of the many link lists. Its Tor URL is http://vrimutd6so6a565x.onion. It seemed like a rather friendly place, so I joined. At present, it looks like this: The Dark Lair’s creator is a dark web denizen named Garnech […]
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 […]
All right, I admit it – I couldn’t stay away from the dark web forever. Since I’d started the blog based on that topic, I almost felt lost without including it somehow. What I decided to do was use a “throwaway” computer that I didn’t really care about much, so it wasn’t as big a […]
It should come as no surprise that the dark web (and not just Tor) has its fair share of social networks and forums. Nonetheless, in this post, I’ll be primarily talking about Tor social networks. (These are sometimes referred to as “shadow social networks.”) In my experience thus far, I’ve been a member of […]