Distro Wars: Arch vs. Gentoo

While this isn’t “dark web” related, per se, it was Tor that sparked my interest in Linux in the first place. On MadIRC, where the majority of the people in the chat use Linux, we often get into comical discussions about which Linux distro is the best. It’s almost like guys showing off their muscle […]

Creeping Back to the Dark Web!

by Ciphas So, after the brief setback I suffered in Looking for Linux!!, I’ve found a temporary solution.  I have an old computer I can use for the time being, so I can continue writing, coding, etc.  It looks a lot like this: One of the things I have in mind to do for future posts […]

ChaosVPN Part 2: Hack to School!

  When I first started working on this ChaosVPN project, I never imagined what fun it could be.  It has required a bit of extra effort and learning, but I like that sort of thing! However, I want to stress that ChaosVPN isn’t a replacement for Tor or other anonymity tools; in fact, the creators […]

ChaosVPN: Making Friends with Hackers!

Alright, I admit it!  I’d been debating what to write my next post about, because everything that I had in mind required a lot of reading, research, and experimentation. Fortunately, I came across something called ChaosVPN not too long ago.  I had heard about it via a deep web/dark web-themed Google+ group, in which I’ve […]