Silk Road 2.0

Pierluigi Paganini May 17, 2016
The blackmarket Silk Road 3.0 emerged from the Dark Web

The administrator of Crypto Market launched Silk Road 3.0, the fourth iteration of the popular black market (Silk Road, Silk Road 2.0, Silk Road Reloaded). We all know that Silk Road was one of the greatest black marketplaces in the criminal underground, but many ignore that someone is still running the fourth iteration of the popular […]

Pierluigi Paganini February 26, 2016
The DoD funded the Carnegie Mellon University’s research on Tor Hacking

A judge has confirmed that US Departement of Defense funded the Carnegie Mellon University to conduct research on the Tor hacking. In November 2015, the researchers at the Tor Project publicly accused the FBI of paying the experts at the Carnegie Mellon University to deanonymize Tor users. The experts at the Tor Project collected information about the […]

Pierluigi Paganini November 12, 2015
Did FBI pay the Carnegie Mellon to hack Tor?

The Director of the Tor Project Roger Dingledine has accused the FBI of commissioning to the Carnegie Mellon boffins a study on methods to de-anonymize Tor users. The experts at the Tor Project have collected more information about the attack launched last year by Carnegie Mellon researchers on the popular anonymizing system. The Director of the […]

Pierluigi Paganini January 13, 2015
Silk Road Reloaded, an important development in the world of black markets

The newborn Silk Road Reloaded black marketplace adopts I2P Anonymous Network and different virtual currency scheme to protect illegal business. The Operation Onymous conducted by law enforcement allowed the seizure of dozens of black markets on Tor Networks. While all the underground marketplaces in the DeepWeb, including Silk Road 2.0, went down due to the operation of […]

Pierluigi Paganini November 14, 2014
How Operation Onymous managed by law enforcement impacted Tor network

What is changed after the law enforcement conducted the takedown of several illegal marketplaces as part of the Operation Onymous? The recent shutdown of several black market places in the Tor network, including the popular SilkRoad 2.0, has captured the attention of media of the extension of illegal activities in the part of the web […]