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List of Dark Market Sites Seized in Operation Onymous

In Archive, DHS, Drugs, Europol, FBI, Internet, Operation Onymous, Silk Road, Surveillance, Tor on November 9, 2014 at 1:22 PM

11/07/2014

Source: Kate Vinton/Forbes

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ALPACA
BLACK MARKET
BLUE SKY
BUNGEE 54
CANNABIS UK
CLOUD NINE
CSTORE
DEDOPE
DOXBIN
EXECUTIVE OUTCOMES
FAKE ID
FAKE REAL PLASTIC
FARMER1
FAST CASH!
HACKINTOSH
HYDRA
PABLO ESCOBAR DRUGSTORE
PANDORA
PAY PAL CENTER
REAL CARDS TEAM
REPAAA’S HIDDEN EMPIRE
SILK ROAD 2.0
SMOKEABLES
SOL’S UNIFIED USD COUNTERFEIT’S
SUPER NOTES COUNTER
THE GREEN MACHINE
THE HIDDEN MARKET
TOR BAZAAR
ZERO SQUAD

The FBI refused to comment on how many other sites were seized outside the ones listed on the complaint.

*Will update post if more sites are disclosed

A study by the non-profit Digital Citizens Alliance in September found that the six most popular Tor-based markets by total product listings were Silk Road 2, Agora, Evolution, Pandora, Andromeda, and BlueSky. Operation Onymous captured fully half of those top sites. But Agora, Evolution and Andromeda remain online and will likely absorb many of the refugee buyers and sellers from the law enforcement busts. In fact, Agora had already passed the Silk Road in total product listings with more than 16,000 mostly-illegal offerings, and the fast-growing marketplace Evolution was already on pace to soon take the second place spot in the underground economy. via Andy Greenberg/WIRED

Related Links:

Feds Shut Down Silk Road 2.0, Alleged Operator Blake Benthall aka Defcon Arrested, “Silk Road Reloaded” Appears Within Hours

Did Feds Use DDoS Attacks to Deanonymize Darknet Sites Seized in Operation Onymous?

  1. […] On Thursday international law enforcement agencies including the FBI, the Department of Homeland Security and Europol took down the Silk Road 2 and arrested its alleged operator 26-year-old Blake Benthall in San Francisco, as part of a joint operation dubbed “Onymous.” In total Operation Onymous arrested 17 people in as many countries and seized 414 .onion domains for at least 28 dark market sites. […]

  2. […] by the Tor Project’s network of anonymizing routers. A total of 410 .onion pages on at least 29 different sites, some of which sell everything from drugs to murder-for-hire assassins, were shut down as part of […]

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