hekatestation.net: What?

In my earlier post, Down the Rabbithole: Sketchy Pastebin Posts, I mentioned a site called hekatestation.net that was listed on one of the pastebins. This was the first time I’d actually heard of that site, so I decided to check it out. It looks like this: There’s no other information or explanations on the homepage. […]

Deleting Myself (Partially)

After getting doxed a couple of times, I’ve realized that I have way too many online accounts, in particular, ones that I don’t use anymore. It may seem silly that someone who writes about the dark web would have dozens of online accounts, but in the early days of social media (I’m talking early ’00s), […]

Down the Rabbithole: Sketchy Pastebin Posts

Those of you who read regularly here know that I love a good mystery. In keeping with that, someone stopped by and asked if I had ever written about “sketchy pastebin posts.” I thought, what an excellent suggestion! So I went searching for strange things written on pastebins, and lo and behold: I came across […]

A New Doxbin! (Let’s Investigate.)

One of the more controversial sites that has existed, on and off, on Tor is Doxbin. For those unfamiliar with its past, allow me to direct you to its Wikipedia page: Wikipedia: Doxbin. I mention this because at present, there’s a new Doxbin site, which seems to be fairly active. Its link is http://qaxnycarzf3fjc5p.onion/, for those […]

Dread: The Darknet Reddit

So, it’s come to my attention that people actually do read what I write about dark web sites (I kid)! Back in March of 2018, I wrote a post entitled Reddit Cracks Down on Dark Web Subreddits, and that still holds true. I’m just happy that r/deepweb is still around (probably because they forbid advertising illegal […]