The “Shadow Web” Cited Me? Awesome!

Given that I’ve written a few past posts about the so-called “Shadow Web,” I was flattered when I came across a more recent site by that name, and they had quoted something I had written a while back when, ironically, I was less familiar with the dark web. “The reason it’s so difficult to access […]

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 […]