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GlobaLeaks

GlobaLeaks is an open-source, free software intended to enable secure and anonymous whistleblowing initiatives It was developed by the Hermes Center for Transparency and Digital Human Rights, an Italian based NGO supporting freedom of speech online The software empowers anyone, even non-technical people, to easily setup and maintain a whistleblowing platform Contents 1 History 2 Reception 3 Operation 4 Implementations 5 Funding 6 See also 7 References 8 External links Historyedit The project concept was initiated by Fabio Pietrosanti and shared for the first time within the hacktivist ...

Doxbin

Doxbin was a document sharing and publishing website which invites users to contribute personally identifiable information, or "dox", of any person of interest It was previously operated on the darknet as a Tor hidden service, by a person known on the internet as nachash, since it's take down in 2014, nachash has stepped down and relieved his ownership to a predecessor that used the pseudo-name, king oren, when interviewed He told in an interview that he is hosting the Doxbin on public access, referring to world-wide web, along with he is hosting it on darknet && Tor hidden service web...

DeepDotWeb

DeepDotWeb is a news site dedicated to events in and surrounding the dark web featuring in-depth interviews1 and reviews about darknet markets,23 Tor hidden services, legal actions,4 privacy, bitcoin and related news Exclusive coverage has included darknet market drug busts,5 pedophile crowdfunding,6 the details of hacking of darknet markets7 as well as the diversification of markets such as TheRealDeal selling software exploits1 Site features include blacklisted markets,8 comparisons and reviews In May 2015 McAfee covered a free ransomware-as-a-service called 'Tox' hosted somewhere on the dar...

BuggedPlanet

BuggedPlanetinfo is a Wiki created in 20111 by Andy Müller-Maguhn, former spokesman of the Chaos Computer Club, that tries to list and track down the activities of the surveillance industry in the fields of "Lawful interception", Signals intelligence SIGINT, Communications intelligence COMINT as well as tactical and strategical measures used to intercept communications and the vendors and governmental and private operators of this technology23456 The site maintains a list of vendors of cyberweapons and surveillance technologies as well as a "country knowledgebase" that aims to accumulate count...

Utopia (marketplace)

Utopia was a darknet market similar to The Silk Road that facilitated sale of illegal items such as narcotics, firearms, stolen bank account information and forged identity documents1 Utopia was based on Black Market Reloaded2 It was launched on 3 February 20143 only to be shut down by Dutch police 8 days later4 Undercover agents were able to buy large amounts of ecstasy MDMA and cocaine 900 Bitcoin then worth approximately £270,000 were seized Referencesedit ^ Vaas, Lisa 13 February 2014 "Silk Road-alike "Utopia" dark-net market seized by Dutch police" Retrieved 24 May 2015  ^ DeepDotW...

TheRealDeal

TheRealDeal is a darknet website and a part of the cyber-arms industry reported to be selling code and zero-day software exploits2 The creators claimed in an interview with DeepDotWeb that the site was founded in direct response to the number of dark websites which have emerged during the past few years which do not actually have anything of value to sell and are just scams3 The site relied on Tor and bitcoin similar to other darknet markets but requires multi-signature transactions There was speculation in the computer security community as to whether the site is a law enforcement sting opera...

Silk Road (marketplace)

Silk Road was an online black market and the first modern darknet market, best known as a platform for selling illegal drugs As part of the dark web,7 it was operated as a Tor hidden service, such that online users were able to browse it anonymously and securely without potential traffic monitoring The website was launched in February 2011; development had begun six months prior89 Initially there were a limited number of new seller accounts available; new sellers had to purchase an account in an auction Later, a fixed fee was charged for each new seller account1011 In October 2013, the Federal...

Sheep Marketplace

Sheep Marketplace was an anonymous marketplace set up as a Tor hidden service It launched in March 2013 and was one of the lesser known sites to gain popularity with the well publicized closure of the Silk Road marketplace later that year1 It ceased operation in December 2013, when it announced it was shutting down after a vendor stole $6 million worth of users' bitcoins234 Bitcoin theft incidentedit In December 2013 Sheep Marketplace announced that one of the site's vendors exploited a vulnerability to steal 5400 bitcoins, valued at about $6 million at the time56 According to Forbes, and The ...

The Farmer's Market

The Farmer's Market, formerly Adamflowers,1 was an online darknet marketplace operating on the Tor anonymity network since 2010 It was closed and several operators and users arrested in April 2012 as a result of Operation Adam Bomb, a two-year investigation led by the US Drug Enforcement Administration Contents 1 Drug market 2 Operation Adam Bomb 3 See also 4 References Drug marketedit The online black marketplace was launched in or before 2006 as Adamflowers23 The site connected and mediated transactions for buyers and sellers of illicit substances through extensive use of Hushmail, a...

Evolution (marketplace)

Evolution was a darknet market operating on the Tor network The site was founded by an individual known as 'Verto' who also founded the now defunct Tor Carding Forum2 Launched January 14, 2014, it saw rapid growth within its first several months, helped in part by law enforcement seizures of some of its competitors during the six-month-long investigation codenamed Operation Onymous3 Speaking about why Evolution was not part of Operation Onymous, head of European police cybercrimes division said it was "because there's only so much we can do on one day"4 Wired estimated that as of October 11upd...