Red Room Follow-Up Part III

One of my most popular posts of all time is Red Room Follow Up Part II, and since it’s almost Halloween, I figured it was time for another sequel! In that post, I explained, in theory, how you could set up your own red room (provided that there weren’t too many hurdles to overcome). Still, I’m […]

Where Is My Dark Web Mystery Box?

If you frequent YouTube at all, you may have noticed that quite a few YouTubers have been buying so-called “deep web/dark web mystery boxes” and making clickbait videos about them. My take on this is that few, if any, of these “mystery boxes” are actually from the dark web, knowing how much bullshit is on […]

Give the People What They Want!

Someone commented on my post Exploring Tor Links Again, Just For You! the other day, and said the following: “We want snuff/gore/rape websites.” I kid you not. Well, what did I expect when I write a blog about the dark web? Also, I noticed I had been getting a lot of comments on one of my older […]

HackerCombat: Secure in the Dark Web?

Before I start, I should say – I’m not writing this to make enemies in the dark web world; I just like to get proper info out there. Like when I say there’s no “Marianas Web.” That being said, one of the sites I subscribe to is Hacker Combat, and I happened to notice that they […]

Linux Drama Part 2: Trolling!

I found a great quote on bash.org today that applies to my Linux dilemma: I discovered that you’d never get an answer to a problem from Linux Gurus by asking. You have to troll in order for someone to help you with a Linux problem…Instead, I did what works. Trolling. By stating that Linux sucked […]