Apr 09

Careless Dealer on Silk Road Anonymous Marketplace Busted

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A vendor on the online marketplace Silk Road, learned that he was not as anonymous as he thought he was while facilitating transactions. In February of 2014, Kennedy was arrested by Department of Homeland agents and was subsequently charged with narcotics trafficking, gun theft, and counterfeiting related crimes.

If found guilty of all the charges he is facing, Kennedy would face upwards of 20 years in federal prison.

Carless Dealer on Silk Road Anonymous Marketplace Busted

Based on a press release issued by Homeland Security, a Baltimore based special Silk Road task force intercepted a package addressed to Kennedy. The contents of the package, which was shipped from China, contained the illegal drug ecstasy. Merely receiving the drug is a federal crime in and of itself, but Homeland Security chose to investigate the matter further.

During the investigation, Homeland Security revealed Kennedy allegedly sent a package to England containing cocaine. Undercover agents then launched a sting operation and, during the operation, were able to purchase both a handgun and cocaine from him.

Shockingly, Kennedy did not go very far to protect his anonymity. He posted images of himself with contraband on social networks such as Facebook and Google Plus. All of these images and his activity on his social media profiles has been entered into evidence against him in a court of law.

The arrest does point out the fact that, while transactions on sites such as Silk Road can be anonymous among the buyers and the sellers, the sales do occur in the real world. If you are carless and don’t take your anonymity serious then you definitely shouldn’t be visiting these sites.

Of course, those who do not take steps to protect their anonymity are not going to remain anonymous. Any and all activity on social media platforms brings a person to the attention of the public.

Mar 27

Silk Road 2.0 URL

>> Click here to find the Silk Road 2.0 guide and how to get there.<<

The Silk Road 2.0 URL is: silkroad6ownowfk.onion (Note: THIS WILL NOT WORK IN A NORMAL BROWSER, read the guide for full details)

When using Silk Road 2.0 URL you have to download and install Tor Browser. Silk Road 2.0 URL will never work using any other browsers because of the encrypted network it is hosted on. You will require the Tor Browser to securely access it. If you are planning on visiting the Silk Road maketplace then you should should definitely click the link above and read the guide. It has a lot of safety precautions you should take so that you are as anonymous as you can be, this should be you number one priority when visiting these sites as you do not want ANYONE to know you were there.

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With all of the hacking attempts and increased attention from all of the law enforcement agencies around the world it is increasingly risky to visit the site and buy anything. With the increased risk you need to take increased steps to hide in the shadows and be undetected. There are some great ways to do this and they are not difficult at all. Make sure you read the guide by clicking the link at he top of this post.

Another reason why you can’t use Silk Road URL with a normal browser is that you will have to encrypt your address for security purposes. This is something you can’t do while using a normal browser because you can’t access your account in the first place and even if you happen to, you will not get the encryption option.

bit_coinsIf you are using bit coins you would really want to ensure that you are using a secure URL. You don’t want to be a victim of bitcoin theft because you transacted through an insecure site. Being assured of security will make you trust the site more which is why the only access to Silk Road 2.0 URL is through Tor.

The internet has become very insecure and the laxity of many individuals when it comes to taking security measures to protect their information has made hackers and other malicious people excited and gladly using personal information for online malicious practices. This is why the Silk Road market place administration has taken these serious security measures to prevent such occurrences.

Mar 06

Silk Road 2.0 to Reimburse Stolen Bitcoins

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>>Click here to find the Silk Road URL and know how to get to the Silk Road 2.0<<

It was a matter of days ago that it was widely reported that the illegal Silk Road 2.0 had been hacked, which resulted in the theft of at least 4,400 BTC. The owner of new Silk Road recently posted on the site’s Tor forums that a total of 3 different hackers had managed to exploit a transaction bug to acquire the BTC from the site. “Defcon”, the website’s creator, estimated that 47% of every SR user had lost their account funds.

Details on the current and past situation have been vague, largely due to the fact that information on the Deepweb can be lacking in reputability. The nature and secrecy of the way such illegal sites operate means that publicly available statistics are almost non-existent.

The timing of the Silk Road 2.0 theft was just around the same time that Mt. Gox (the world’s biggest bitcoin exchange) was also hacked and $400 million worth of bitcoins was stolen. This seems to back up the admins statements that the bitcoins were stolen and it was not an inside job.

This event is the second time that Silk Road users have lost their funds, the last being when they were seized in the FBI take down of SR 1.0. But this time, the owner has claimed that 2.0 users will be reimbursed with their funds that were taken during the hack. The administration team will apparently receive no commissions until everyone’s been refunded, and they’ll maintain high levels of transparency about their progress.

The marketplace will continue, this time as no-escrow. A 5% commission will be charged on all items which will be instantly transferred to victims’ balances after payment.

Whilst there’s users that are overjoyed at the news of their possible refund, there’s also no lack of skepticism within the community. Some people feel that they are being forced in to using the new SR 2.0 to get their money back. The allegations made that the theft of 4000+ Bitcoins might have been committed by the site administration itself has resulted in some doubt for victims and users of the site alike. “Defcon” has made a statement to say that the investigation is ongoing and that every sign shows that the hack wasn’t performed by site staff.

Nov 07

The New Silk Road – How To Stay Anonymous!

Be Anonymous When On Silk Road

Well as you may or may have not heard, Silk Road Anonymous market place is back up and running. As it has just opened a day ago it will take a few days to a week or so for it to start functioning properly but there are already sellers listing there. They have really taken into consideration the recent events with the demise of the original Silk Road and invested a lot of time and money into making it more secure and anonymous.

You too should learn from the events of the past and take every precaution possible to remain anonymous and encrypt everything. While you visit these illegal black market websites that sell every drug imaginable, you are taking a risk of being tacked and your every move traced by others which can lead to information theft, your bitcoins being stolen or even prosecution by the authorities.

To help minimize these risks there are a few simple steps you should take to lower the chance of detection which can prevent you getting into a bad situation that you are stuck in. The best method is prevention. I have gone through a number of these methods in the “guide to the Silk Road” which you can follow by clicking here. It contains the current way to get to the Silk Road Anonymous Marketplace, the new Silkroad URL and the steps you should take to remain anonymous. The most useful piece of advice I can give you all is to start using a VPN for everything you do on the internet, this will encrypt everything you do so no one (including your internet service provider) knows anything about what you are doing online and will also hide your IP making you anonymous or even invisible thereby hiding your identity and location. After the alleged mastermind of the original Silk Road got caught and we now know that everything we do on the net can be recorded and traced, you should take every possible precaution there is to make sure you remain free and happy.

If you want to also check out Silk Roads biggest competitor the click here to learn more about Black Market Reloaded.

If you also know some useful tactics to hide your identity and remain anonymous then please leave a comment and I will review and possibly include in my guide.

Nov 07

Silk Road Is Back Online! – We Rise Again!

Yes you heard right, Silk Road is back online after just over one month down. In late September 2013 the alleged mastermind of the original Silk Road Anonymous marketplace was arrested in San Francisco at a coffee shop going about his business. Well it took the various government agencies over two and a half years to shut the biggest online black market down and a ton of money but the Silk Road Marketplace is back online after only around 5 weeks down. To even rub it in the noses of the authorities that shut down the original they have made the login screen a copy of the one put up by the US Federal Government when they were boasting about closing it with a slight change as seen bellow.The New Silk Road Log In Screen

Some of you may be asking “How can Silk Road be back up if the alleged creator is behind bars?” The answer is quite simple. A group of the best sellers and original administrator of the site banded together and put a lot of hard work into creating a new and improved version of the original Silk Road. They have endeavored to make it more secure and friendlier by supporting various charities and programs while also trying to beef up security and counter measures.

One of the big improvements to the system is a safe guard for user’s bitcoins in the event of another shut down due to the government seizing the site. They have programmed in a way for you to retrieve your bitcoins on the unfortunate event of the new Silk Road being busted and shut down.

One of the biggest obstacles for the new Silk Road will be to win back its previous users, especially those who lost bitcoins in the shutdown. Since the demise of original site there have been many new black market websites try to take the throne including Black Market Reloaded, Atlantis, Project Black Flag and Sheep to name a few. Atlantis and Project Black Flag were both short lived and also took everyones bitcoins which instilled even more of a sense of untrustworthiness to the sites as those who lost out in the demise of the original Silk Road then also see the same thing happen to others on competing sites.

Black Market Reloaded Logo

The biggest new online black market site that has stood up the most is Black Market Reloaded as it has proven so far to be reliable and the size of the marketplace is the largest of the new sites. The one big draw back for BMR is that it had a big security breach in October where someone published some of its source code and the site was thought to have gone down until the creator thought that it was fixable so it went back online. This also has made many people think weather this site will leave them vulnerable one day which does not really instill a sense of security. An added downside is the unrestriction of items sold on BMR which Silk Road will hold the moral high ground on this point as it does not allow the sale of weapons, child porn and many other seedy goods.

Now that Silk Road has re-emerged with an increased security, better morals and a way for users to get their money back if the site gets shut down again I think that this will soon become the biggest online black market drugs bazaar once again. If you want to see the guide on how to get to the new Silk Road then just click here.