SOME THINGS IN THE DARK

FHM (Philippines) - - THE DEEP DARK WEB -

On­line mar­ket­places Here, you can buy and sell stuff rang­ing from the ques­tion­able­but-le­gal items like Soviet-era AK47S to down­right il­le­gal items like bomb com­po­nents and pure-grade opium. The most no­to­ri­ous of these is the Silk Road, whose cre­ator Ross Ul­bricht, was sen­tenced to life in prison in 2015. Try to visit: Dream Mar­ket

Fi­nan­cial ser­vices Cryp­tocur­rency is used the dark web, and there are plenty of laun­dry ser­vices there. Try to visit: HQER (High Qual­ity Euro Repli­cas)

Spe­cial Ser­vices

Need a hacker or an as­sas­sin, by any chance? For $15,000 you can find a guy who can do the job (for a fee, of course).

Try to visit: Job­s4hack­ers

Ad­vo­cacy sites

Sites against op­pres­sive regimes that will be most likely cen­sored on the clear net thrive on the dark net. Re­mem­ber Wik­ileaks?

Try to visit: Prop­ub­lica Sci­en­tific re­search and jour­nals

Re­mem­ber how frus­trat­ing it was to look for stud­ies back dur­ing the­sis? Dark web lets you ac­cess a ton for free.

Try to visit: Sci-hub

The darker stuff

“There are fo­rums and chat rooms de­voted to child pornog­ra­phy, can­ni­bal­ism, tor­ture, and mur­der,” says Chikkb0y.

Try to visit: DON’T DO IT. DON’T.

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