thornerat March 23,2017 Would have liked to see a bit more detail in this video - I did not attempt to discover any of these sites as I don't want that on my computer, but I'm assuming they are relatively easy to find. It is crazy how many of these sites are out there and how simple and fast it is to search across multiple sites. Gram basically seems like Google for illegal activity.
The 9 different sites really demonstrates to me how hard it is to keep sites like these down. By the time law enforcement agencies find one and shut it down, how many more have popped up...
msharma6at March 30,2017 There are so many new websites which allows anyone to buy certain illegal things very easily. Grams is easily accessible and allows to filter the searches and added features.
bschmid5at April 22,2017 This video was published on May 13, 2014 and gives a demonstration of the GRAMS Darknet Market search engine which searches ten unique Darknet Market websites – 1776, Agora, The Andromeda Market, Black Bank, Bungee54, Cloud Nine [C9], Pandora, Pigeon, The Silk Road, and The Pirate Market). The GRAMS search engine allows users to even filter their searches by specific markets. Given the short 1:16 duration of the video, not much else is discussed.
tritran42at April 30,2017 “Don’t Break the law!!!” is the statement in the beginning of the video. As common sense, I can tell that is the warming for everyone who may do a search in Grams website. Grams is darknet market search where you can easy search for illegal products, passport or even social security number and so on. Grams queries and filters by these black markets such as 1776, agora, black bank, and so on. Be honest, I never heard or search on black market websites. However, in my opinion, grams is the library for criminal where they can get information in order to make a fake passport, social security number or illegal products. We need to consider to be shut down those kinds of websites.
BSharmaat May 03,2017 This video introduces a the darknet search engine called Grams. This site allows a user to search 10 different markets. It demonstrates how the search engine allows the user to filter out which sites the user would like to purchase drugs, fake identities, passports and SSN from. I would like to know the status of these sites now that time has passed and with the impact of Law Enforcement being able to act as TOR nodes.