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.Onion Site: Berlusconi Market (Credit Cards, Hacking, AK47s, & Cocaine)

Monday, May 14th, 2018

.Onion Site: Berlusconi Market (Credit Cards, Hacking, AK47s, & Cocaine)

Berlusconi Market is a really cool market on the darkweb and they consist of vendors that sells all types of illegal goods and services you can think of. The great thing about this market is that they have a Monero escrow account or so it seems.
Now I have never bought anything from the darkweb but I have done enough research to know that Monero is the cryptocurrency you’ll want to use when you are placing orders on the darkweb, instead of bitcoin.

Monero has probably the best cryptographic guarantee of privacy, namely the untraceability of transactions, privacy of wallet balances and fungibility.

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.Onion Site: Comic Book Library

Friday, May 11th, 2018

Here is a much more tamer deep web site on TOR called The Comic Book Library. Much like my earlier post about the Imperial Library, This onion site also provides you with access to a wide range of comic books. You can search by title, publisher, year, writer/artist, scanner, recently added, and random.

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.Onion Site: Anarplex

Sunday, April 29th, 2018

This site is dedicated to libertarian individuals who seek to host an IRC Chat Client. Although the chat client does not work ive tried to get in they have some files that are pretty interesting.  They do have a clearnet site called If you are an Agorist, Crypto-Tribes, Phyles, or Crypto-Anarcist. Read the rest of this entry »

.Onion Site: The Imperial Library

Monday, April 23rd, 2018

The Imperial Library is actually pretty useful. They post books for free to read as their website proclaims…

 “Copyright laws are obsolete. With the technology to copy books without cost we can finally have universal access to the culture. We can provide the tools to allow everybody read any book without dependence on their monetary resources. Of course we have to feed the authors, but with the capitalist way of commercialize culture now we are doing a really bad job at that. We are feeding big corporations, not the authors.”

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.Onion Sites: The Dark Lair (Screenshots)

Monday, April 23rd, 2018

The Dark Lair is a community social networking forum where users can chat, post images, create polls, and make webpages. You can chat on their forum without signing in but they make you “reserve you name” to view their gallery. The most interesting thing about this site Read the rest of this entry »

.Onion Site: Queen of Cards (Carding Site)

Thursday, February 1st, 2018
Now I have to say that I am impressed with this site. It seems to have a very large and active community unlike the other carding websites on the darkweb. It is a place to buy and sell credit cards, DUMPS, Bank accounts with balances. Amazon Gift card codes, Pre-paid Credit cards, and ect.

This was referred to me by a guy on reddit and even though I dont buy this kind of shit on the darkweb. I have had mixed reviews on this website some people say its a scam. And I wont buy them myself because I like keeping my hands clean. I have to say that there are a lot of people on Queen of Cards. So who knows maybe its legit.  I do not condone anything Illegal but if you do happen to go use a VPN and comment below your experience. Read the rest of this entry »

.Onion Site – Armory (Buy Weapons For Bitcoin)

Wednesday, January 31st, 2018
The Armory is most likely a scam because who fucking uses bitcoin anymore. If you are goin to the darkweb and making purchases I suggest Monero is is 100% anonymous and the blockchain transactions cant be traced unlike with Bitcoin.

Anyway lets get into this site. They require you to register on the site but with no email the registration was very easy which makes me very suspicious. If you were to sell guns wouldn’t you want the registration process a little harder?? Like maybe require a referral from a verified member. They claim to have tested there weapons as”Goods are 100% Verified and Tested Multiple Times”

As I cannot confirmed that at all we would just have to take your word for it. And whats also alarming if you want to buy a gun you would first have to deposit bitcoin on THEIR site. Which too me if you need guns this site is a COMPLETE waste of time. AND as always I out screenshots below.

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.Onion Site: Clone Card Crew

Tuesday, December 12th, 2017


The Clone Card Crew.

Is a group of guys that make clones credit cards for a fee. How It works is that they have a large database of skimmed cards. I suggest you not to send these jews anything because You can do this yourself though If you go out and steal a card from Walmart or on the subway and use the details of that card and they make a “clone’ of it that you can use it to spend with real money.but you should do that anyway isnt that right FBI? Read the rest of this entry »

The Easy Guide to Going on The Deep Web With Your Phone

Saturday, November 4th, 2017

The Easy Guide to Going on The Deep Web With Your Phone

If you think that the World Wide Web is impressive, with its 1.25 billion websites and its 3.7 billion users, then get ready to think again. What we see on the web is just a fraction of what’s truly available, the proverbial tip of the iceberg.

Beneath the surface of the water lies the bulk of the iceberg, the deep web. It contains around five hundred times more information than the surface web and 550 billion individual documents – compared to the surface web’s 1 billion.

It’s estimated that over 200,000 deep web sites exist and that 95% of it is publically accessible, which means you won’t have to pay subscription fees or take out a membership to access it. It’s also constantly getting larger – in fact, it’s the most rapidly growing category for new content on the internet.How to Access Deep Web on Android

The Basics of Accessing the Deep Web

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How To Go On The Dark Web

Sunday, October 8th, 2017
Tor is a private anonymous browser that aims to conceal its user’s identities and their online activity from traffic and surveillance by separating identification and routing. Tor web browser is an implementation of onion routing, which encrypts and then randomly bounces communications through a network of relays run by volunteers around the globe.

Tor is said to be an “Onion Router” because it layers your traffic like an onion which is a free network or nodes that connect. Using Tor, you can hide your IP address and browse the deep web and dark where the server runs anonymously.

But Tor doesn’t replace your VPN (Virtual Private Network), as it effectively anonymizes your browsing experience. Read the rest of this entry »

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