Buy illegal drugs online and not get caught. seriously. deep web (.tor/.onion)

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  1. Swim Cantore

    Swim Cantore Global Warming is a MYTH, Pawwwlll

    The Underground Website Where You Can Buy Any Drug Imaginable


    Making small talk with your pot dealer sucks. Buying cocaine can get you shot. What if you could buy and sell drugs online like books or light bulbs? Now you can: Welcome to Silk Road.
    About three weeks ago, the U.S. Postal Service delivered an ordinary envelope to Mark's door. Inside was a tiny plastic bag containing 10 tabs of LSD. "If you had opened it, unless you were looking for it, you wouldn't have even noticed," Mark told us in a phone interview.

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    Mark, a software developer, had ordered the 100 micrograms of acid through a listing on the online marketplace Silk Road. He found a seller with lots of good feedback who seemed to know what they were talking about, added the acid to his digital shopping cart and hit "check out." He entered his address and paid the seller 50 Bitcoins—untraceable digital currency—worth around $150. Four days later the drugs, sent from Canada, arrived at his house.
    "It kind of felt like I was in the future," Mark said.

    Silk Road, a digital black market that sits just below most internet users' purview, does resemble something from a cyberpunk novel. Through a combination of anonymity technology and a sophisticated user-feedback system, Silk Road makes buying and selling illegal drugs as easy as buying used electronics—and seemingly as safe. It's Amazon—if Amazon sold mind-altering chemicals.
    Here is just a small selection of the 340 items available for purchase on Silk Road by anyone, right now: a gram of Afghani hash; 1/8th ounce of "sour 13" weed; 14 grams of ecstasy; .1 grams tar heroin. A listing for "Avatar" LSD includes a picture of blotter paper with big blue faces from the James Cameron movie on it. The sellers are located all over the world, a large portion from the U.S. and Canada.
    But even Silk Road has limits: You won't find any weapons-grade plutonium, for example. Its terms of service ban the sale of "anything who's purpose is to harm or defraud, such as stolen credit cards, assassinations, and weapons of mass destruction."

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    Getting to Silk Road is tricky. The URLseems made to be forgotten. But don't point your browser there yet. It's only accessible through the anonymizing network TOR, which requires a bit of technical skill to configure.
    Once you're there, it's hard to believe that Silk Road isn't simply a scam. Such brazenness is usually displayed only by those fake "online pharmacies" that dupe the dumb and flaccid. There's no sly, Craigslist-style code names here. But while scammers do use the site, most of the listings are legit. Mark's acid worked as advertised. "It was quite enjoyable, to be honest," he said. We spoke to one Connecticut engineer who enjoyed sampling some "silver haze" pot purchased off Silk Road. "It was legit," he said. "It was better than anything I've seen."
    Silk Road cuts down on scams with a reputation-based trading system familiar to anyone who's used Amazon or eBay. The user Bloomingcolor appears to be an especially trusted vendor, specializing in psychedelics. One happy customer wrote on his profile: "Excellent quality. Packing, and communication. Arrived exactly as described." They gave the transaction five points out of five.
    "Our community is amazing," Silk Road's anonymous administrator, known on forums as "Silk Road," told us in an email. "They are generally bright, honest and fair people, very understanding, and willing to cooperate with each other."
    Sellers feel comfortable openly trading hardcore drugs because the real identities of those involved in Silk Road transactions are utterly obscured. If the authorities wanted to ID Silk Road's users with computer forensics, they'd have nowhere to look. TOR masks a user's tracks on the site. The site urges sellers to "creatively disguise" their shipments and vacuum seal any drugs that could be detected through smell. As for transactions, Silk Road doesn't accept credit cards, PayPal , or any other form of payment that can be traced or blocked. The only money good here is Bitcoins.
    Bitcoins have been called a "crypto-currency," the online equivalent of a brown paper bag of cash. Bitcoins are a peer-to-peer currency, not issued by banks or governments, but created and regulated by a network of other bitcoin holders' computers. (The name "Bitcoin" is derived from the pioneering file-sharing technology Bittorrent.) They are purportedly untraceable and have been championed by cyberpunks, libertarians and anarchists who dream of a distributed digital economy outside the law, one where money flows across borders as free as bits.
    To purchase something on Silk Road, you need first to buy some Bitcoins using a service like Mt. Gox Bitcoin Exchange. Then, create an account on Silk Road, deposit some bitcoins, and start buying drugs. One bitcoin is worth about $8.67, though the exchange rate fluctuates wildly every day. Right now you can buy an 1/8th of pot on Silk Road for 7.63 Bitcoins. That's probably more than you would pay on the street, but most Silk Road users seem happy to pay a premium for convenience.

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    Since it launched this February, Silk Road has represented the most complete implementation of the Bitcoin vision. Many of its users come from Bitcoin's utopian geek community and see Silk Road as more than just a place to buy drugs. Silk Road's administrator cites the anarcho-libertarian philosophy of Agorism. "The state is the primary source of violence, oppression, theft and all forms of coercion," Silk Road wrote to us. "Stop funding the state with your tax dollars and direct your productive energies into the black market."
    Mark, the LSD buyer, had similar views. "I'm a libertarian anarchist and I believe that anything that's not violent should not be criminalized," he said.
    But not all Bitcoin enthusiasts embrace Silk Road. Some think the association with drugs will tarnish the young technology, or might draw the attention of federal authorities. "The real story with Silk Road is the quantity of people anxious to escape a centralized currency and trade," a longtime bitcoin user named Maiya told us in a chat. "Some of us view Bitcoin as a real currency, not drug barter tokens."
    Silk Road and Bitcoins could herald a black market eCommerce revolution. But anonymity cuts both ways. How long until a DEA agent sets up a fake Silk Road account and starts sending SWAT teams instead of LSD to the addresses she gets? As Silk Road inevitably spills out of the bitcoin bubble, its drug-swapping utopians will meet a harsh reality no anonymizing network can blur.
    Update: Jeff Garzik, a member of the Bitcoin core development team, says in an email that bitcoin is not as anonymous as the denizens of Silk Road would like to believe. He explains that because all Bitcoin transactions are recorded in a public log, though the identities of all the parties are anonymous, law enforcement could use sophisticated network analysis techniques to parse the transaction flow and track down individual Bitcoin users.
    "Attempting major illicit transactions with bitcoin, given existing statistical analysis techniques deployed in the field by law enforcement, is pretty damned dumb," he says.
  2. Swim Cantore

    Swim Cantore Global Warming is a MYTH, Pawwwlll

    from the deep web thread:

    THIS IS LONG, BUT WORTH THE READ.

    For those who don't know, the deep web represents a gargantuan part of the internet which is not accessible through regular searches via google or other search engines.

    Searching on the Internet today can be compared to dragging a net across the surface of the ocean. While a great deal may be caught in the net, there is still a wealth of information that is deep, and therefore, missed. The reason is simple: Most of the Web's information is buried far down on dynamically generated sites, and standard search engines never find it.

    Here are some facts on The Deep Web:

    · Public information on the deep Web is currently 400 to 550 times larger than the commonly defined World Wide Web.

    · The deep Web contains 7,500 terabytes of information compared to 19 terabytes of information in the surface Web.

    · The deep Web contains nearly 550 billion individual documents compared to the 1 billion of the surface Web.

    · More than 200,000 deep Web sites presently exist.

    · Sixty of the largest deep-Web sites collectively contain about 750 terabytes of information — sufficient by themselves to exceed the size of the surface Web forty times.

    · The deep Web is the largest growing category of new information on the Internet.

    · Deep Web sites tend to be narrower, with deeper content, than conventional surface sites.

    · Total quality content of the deep Web is 1,000 to 2,000 times greater than that of the surface Web.

    · Deep Web content is highly relevant to every information need, market, and domain.

    · More than half of the deep Web content resides in topic-specific databases.

    · A full ninety-five per cent of the deep Web is publicly accessible information — not subject to fees or subscriptions.

    What lies beneath the surface is a who's who of hackers, scientists, drug dealers, astronomers, assassins, physicists, revolutionaries, Government officials, Police, Feds, terrorists, perverts, data miners, kidnappers, sociologists, etc. As you can tell, the party goes across the entire moral spectrum.

    I find this subject to be utterly fascinating which needs to be studied further. Whilst there are tons of bad seeds who inhabit this deep web, there's also good seeds who wish to spread their information quickly and most often anonymously, to avoid legal or ethical ramifications.

    In order to access the deep web you use the Tor browser in addition to the Tor extension for Firefox. This is a good starting point.

    And then access the Hidden Wiki which is a small but useful reference point to start on your journey of the deep web. kpvz7ki2v5agwt35.onion

    They got folks who literally can go toe to toe with Anon on there. Dudes who are really dangerous in the sense they are near omnipotent. This is where the serious computer viruses are made and where plots are made. They have security viruses and everything.

    SCREENSHOT OF THE HIDDEN WIKI: http://i.imgur.com/Xq7ih.png

    The reason the "Deep Web" is the way it is is because only about 10 percent of what's on the internet is generally/commercially interesting. Sure you could dig deep into the annals of the information superhighway but most if it is raw information. It's not packaged and easily digestible like stumbleupon or tumblr. They are websites that purposely don't get pinged to search engines so they are harder to find.

    To sum it up, it's basically a private section of server space to share data off record. All that wiki leaks stuffed that leaked a couple months back? That's been on deep web for years. Ever seen a movie and see the bad guy or hacker loggin' into some weird looking private server? that's all real. Generally, terrorist networks, spy agencies, drug dealers, assassins-for-hire, and those looking for child porn lurk around those parts. There's a Hidden Wiki, there, and on the wiki they're categories of links. There are things like blogs, forums (from normal to revolutionary to blatantly illegal), Tor-enabled instant messaging and chat, anonymous file hosting, anonymous financing, anonymous tipping and information exchanges, information on computer security/anonymity, info on warez/cracks/hacking, all the books, music, movies you can possibly imagine, even links to sports betting and trade information, links to international drug markets, prostitution rings, assassin markets, black market products, child pornography, Some of societies most deviant people use this network. Not just those that browse the sites on there but also those who create it and manage them..and it's almost impossible to find either of the offenders.

    Even underground fighting tournaments to the death (I'm not joking very real very organized). Very Real trained professional fighters. It may seem surreal but they are guys that train with the best and want no part of UFC or any fight league. Dudes who really enjoy fighting to the death. It's just crazy explaining it it's not some barroom brawl. These things happen and alot of millionaires pay big money to see them. Modern Gladiator battles. I heard there are some with humans vs animals.

    However, 0.00000001% of all data on the dark web is stuff normal people will be able to access, understand and use. And even a small fraction of that is illegal stuff.. its not like some hardcore underground network of spies, killers, pedos and criminals. The rest % is used by their respected authorities.

    Don't be an idiot and start clicking on links you see on the hiddenwiki, but poke your head in the door you'll see its not modern anarchy in there.

    While the information on the deep web is vastly overwhelming, it should not be feared. In most aspects, the information is just there, it's what you choose to do with the information that can lead you to trouble and imprisonment. Producing, storing, exchanging, transferring information.

    Before you begin I suggest learning how the deep web works and what you can do to better protect yourself against intruders and anything that can compromise your true anonymity

    I'll post how to get on the Hidden Wiki next.

    Here is a screenshot of a typical source in the Deep Web: http://i56.tinypic.com/241wnj5.png.

    This is like some post apacolyptic world where they only accept the bizarre currency bitcoins and all the websites look like they are from 1990's era geocities.

    BTC's are the deep web's form of currency.. bitcoins.
    This **** is hilarious, bizarre, and terrifying..
    half the time the sites dont work and result in the most cryptic jargon filled errors. the other half, you wait ten minutes for it to load only to see something which shocks you because of how serious it is. this is where the hackers hang out. The can use your own webcam to spy on you. (srs)

    I know what you're thinking some of the best hackers around and the server is slow as. The servers are probably used to a pretty small amount of traffic. With the attention deep web has got from niketalk and anon. in the last few days they are probably struggling a bit I reckon. Could be wrong on that but basically patience is a necessity in the deep web.

    Now I'm just a cog in the machine. A really big machine. And really just relaying information found on other fora as mentioned already. I'm just trying to find people that are in it already. I want to know what they're saying on current events, Libya, Nasa investigation on that metorite, higher alien life forms, where Adrian Wojnarowski gets his trade information from etc

    While the information on the deep web is vastly overwhelming, it should not be feared. In most aspects, the information is just there, it's what you choose to do with the information that can lead you to trouble and imprisonment. Producing, storing, exchanging, transferring information.

    Before you begin I suggest learning how the deep web works and what you can do to better protect yourself against intruders and anything that can compromise your true anonymity

    Here, you can read up more about the deep web: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Deep_web

    This has information on what the .onion network is and how it works: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/.onion

    Here is where you can read up on TOR: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tor_(anonymity_network)

    GUIDE TO GET ON DEEP WEB

    If you don't have already, download firefox at www.getfirefox.com and once installed, search for the tor extension for Firefox.

    From there, you can get the tor bundle at http://torproject.org

    Click Start Tor Browser once you have completed the steps.

    Firefox will open up with this as the main page

    From there, you are now somewhat anonymous and can now access .onion and the hidden web.

    Keep in mind that Tor is not 100% anonymous...multiple proxies are needed in addition to tor, of course a firewall and Antivirus as well. I'd disconnect or put tape over my webcam , disable javascript cookies, temp data, use ccleaner...

    Hope this helped.

    IF YOU NEED ANY HELP GETTING ON THE HIDDEN WEB, POST HERE OR SHOOT ME A PM. I AM HERE TO HELP.
  3. Arrec Bardwin

    Arrec Bardwin Sammie black as fuck

    Old as fuck.
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  4. titsorgtfo

    titsorgtfo Freedom is something that dies unless it's used

    This is about six months old
  5. mpl92

    mpl92 netflix on your couch

    It's not like there's an 8 page thread on the deep web or anything.
  6. dukebuckeye

    dukebuckeye Fan of: Ohio State, Browns, Tribe, & Cavs

    Someone order me about $300 worth of cocaine. I'll paypal you the money and an added $75 for the trouble.
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  7. Swim Cantore

    Swim Cantore Global Warming is a MYTH, Pawwwlll

    yea but it hasnt been bumped in like 6 months, then i bumped it, and no one cared :ohdear:
  8. ddseli

    ddseli western webel

    anyone ever use this or something like it?
  9. Lou Holth

    Lou Holth Memory be fucked

    Arrec, you are growing into one angry son of a bitch.

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    and I like it
  10. Arrec Bardwin

    Arrec Bardwin Sammie black as fuck

    I've always been this angry
  11. Lou Holth

    Lou Holth Memory be fucked

    Well it's scarier than it was.
  12. Bo Ryan

    Bo Ryan Wisco

    No, but this is legit.
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  13. Clown Baby

    Clown Baby Life. Love. Bagpipes.

    I'd give you a ride but I've got Karl Fargman in the car
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  14. joshuam2107

    joshuam2107 Team space

    I just go to @ths ' house for all those things
  15. southlick

    southlick Centaur

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    00:06:00 Hi Im Jacob Coker and I must suck really bad

    OMG Like HOLY SHIT!
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    :pdl:
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  17. Penguin The Duck

    Penguin The Duck I come from the water

    Should I use Napster or bearshare?
  18. FriarJuggs

    FriarJuggs [Disavowed]

    Lol OP all :ohshit: [​IMG]

    MB is all :old: :edmond:

    I'll just go to the 'hood like a regular junkie instead of :itsatrap:
  19. Guns

    Guns fffff

    Ordered some MDMA through that site. It worked.
  20. The Last Waltz

    The Last Waltz we love our sex and drugs like the good ol days

    ok I'll do it. Just tell me how to not get my shit hacked
  21. Barves2125

    Barves2125 Slider....................you stink.

    The key is to use highly repped sellers. Don't fuck with anyone that others haven't already done so successfully.

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