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.
sreinoso103at May 04,2017 Feels very relevant, someone at work was just asking me about how do you find things on the Dark Net - where would you even go to look and find sites. Thanks to this video I told her there are search engine equivalents of google for the dark net making it more accessible then ever. I suppose this is necessary especially for drug trafficking to make sure non-techies can find what they're looking for.
sstumvollat May 05,2017 Gram's darknet looks no different than any other site but not a place you want to be. The site focuses on 10 different dark market places allowing someone with criminal intent to find what they want, The internet has made our lives easier but it has also made it easier for criminals.
Wangjaat May 10,2017 GRAMS is not so much a webcrawler search engine as it is an intergrated search tool for multiple sites.
tmoore35at June 18,2017 This was an incredibly short video, but it is good to know what is available and how these tools can be used. I'm also now aware of some of the names of the websites that exist within the darkweb. The video was too short to go beyond an introduction and into any detail.