Within the Dark web: Markets and Differences

Dark Web Monitoring

Why do we have to monitor the Dark Web?

There are many market places in the dark web that is exclusively known to be accessed only through TOR (The Onion Router). Which means range of contents that should not be visible to the public eye and those who wants to hide from the authorities would be the most sought after place in the cyberspace.

A lot of surprises are in-store for the users as well, especially for 1st time users who just got into the dark web; there will be confusion and questions all the same. The contents and sites are not as sophisticated as compared to the usual websites accessible via the regular browsers, however if delved deeper and carefully analyzed the current dark web is a safe haven for black hats, scammers, swindlers, and black market traders all the same.

With the above being said it is up to the users to carefully to discern which is true and fake. Why? Most users in the dark web are either looking for “hot deals” or thrill of knowledge. Everything that is outlawed and banned on the Clearnet is expected to end up in the Dark Web.

Since we mentioned illegal and banned contents, these contents are perceived to be rare which also means that it can be sold for money, like what? Examples are hacking Tools, Credit Card and Debit Card details, Hacked Email addresses, Fullz and Dumps, drugs and so much more!

Which markets are known to sell such black market contents? Almost every market that can be found in the darkweb.
Let’s enumerate the top markets as of today:
Dream Market

Tochka Free Market

Wallstreet Market

Other known markets are:

Silk Road

Hydra Market

Empire Market (Rumored as Former Alphabay)

Valhalla

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