Nearly a month before Sheep Marketplace shut down, its alleged creator was doxed.
Articles tagged "Silk Road"
The announcement comes on the eve of Ross Ulbricht's bail hearing tomorrow in New York City.
Silk Road 2.0 is not an inside job. But that doesn't mean all the world's Feds are not watching it closely.
We toured the dark web's Tor bazaars to find out just how easy it is to buy guns, drugs, and other contraband online.
Just in case the Silk Road 2.0 gets pinched, its founder says the site's infrastructure can be regenerated in a quarter hour.
Yes, you can still get raided for picking up (or selling) cheap smokes, olive oil, or replica Vietnam-era helmets on the dark net.
The Chairman of the Senate's Homeland Security committee wants to do away with the whole whack-a-mole thing. But even that won't stop something like the Silk Road 2.0.
The admin gave us early access to version 2.0.
Whether or not Sabu actually did it makes no difference.
"Where is DR MDA? Dude had the sweetest MDMA, amazing shit and a great price. Is he on another marketplace now?"
One of the top drug dealers of the Silk Road—the recently shutdown dark web marketplace for illegal wares—has been flipped by the Feds. So why is Bitcoin climbing in value?
A Guantanamo detainee who claimed he was tortured. A cabbie caught in a NSA wiretap. The Boston Bomber's widow. And now, the alleged founder of the Silk Road.
The alleged Silk Road founder's government-appointed attorney told him to keep quiet. But he's speaking out anyway, damnit.
The hangover continues.
Shortly before the darknet drug site Atlantis shut down, one user talked about his aspirations as a dealer.
This 'NewsHour' bit is a reminder that the "outlier" currency isn't just maturing but is reaching the mainstream.
The next Dread Pirate Roberts will have to limit digital cookie crumbs to avoid capture.
Looks like the FBI cracked this one old-school style, with "actual detective work."
Also: water on Mars, true NSA romance, Al Gore doomsaying.
The darknet's drug marketplace apparently wasn't big enough for the both of them.
Atlantis allows drug dealers and buyers to become "fans" of one another.
Even on the Tor network, not everything is hard-edged crime, drug deals, and cyber fugitives.