at February 24,2015
I do not know Youtube’s terms of service for hosting content that demonstrates how commit crimes that could potentially ruin someone’s life through identity fraud. Although, from a Youtube perspective I don’t know what type of technology or algorithms they use to prevent hosting such material. Like yelling “fire” in a crowded movie theater, it seems like if the good guys could control this type of material from getting out, they should.
at February 26,2015
Really short video, but another example of a Darknet search engine accessible via Tor. For those looking to test out the search engine (I did not), I would recommend using bootable media/live CD, such as Kali Linux, or one of the other flavors rather than your personal computer.
at March 10,2015
Their will always be criminal activity no matter where you go. Its interesting to see how criminal activity has evolved with the internet. The silk Road was one example of criminal network, and more have surfaced since. Its sad but their is a need for a search engine like this to condense what you are looking for. Unless you used tor I'm sure that using this search engine would throw up red flags. It's scary to think about some of the different services and thing criminals have access to via the deep web.
at April 16,2015
it's amazing to see how organized these people are!!! i mean they have but everything in to category!!i would be so interested to go and have a look at what they sell...but i am scarred that they will infect my computer...
at April 19,2015
^ I kind of actually want to check it out the market, too. Even if it did not infect computers with viruses ( whether they do or not) I still would be afraid to visit it just because its not ethical; like something that was taught as a kid not to do.