- The NSA Disclosed a Critical Vulnerability in Windows 10
- Dealer Admits Selling 25I-NBOMe Purchased on Silk Road
- Bavarian Man Allegedly Resold Marijuana from the Darkweb
- Nottinghamshire Xanax Vendor Avoids Prison
- Dread is Migrating to a New Host
- Dream Vendor "Googleplex" Sentenced to 13 Years in Prison
- Alphabay Vendor "Qu4ntum" Admits Selling Steroids
- Wallstreet Vendor "RaptureReloaded" Indicted in New York
- Bitcoin and the Dark Web
The NSA Disclosed a Critical Vulnerability in Windows 10Microsoft released a patch for Windows 10 systems after the National Security Administration disclosed a vulnerability in Windows CryptoAPI. The vulnerability, if exploited, would render Windows 10 as fundamentally vulnerable, according to the NSA.
Dealer Admits Selling 25I-NBOMe Purchased on Silk RoadA California man pleaded guilty to one count of distribution of a controlled substance causing the death of a person.
Bavarian Man Allegedly Resold Marijuana from the DarkwebLaw enforcement in Bavaria arrested a 27-year-old from Deggendorf for ordering large quantities of drugs on the darkweb and reselling them to local customers.
Nottinghamshire Xanax Vendor Avoids PrisonA Nottinghamshire man was sentenced to 10 months in prison suspended for two years for darkweb drug trafficking.
Dread is Migrating to a New HostDread administrators are actively migrating Dread to a new host and the downtime is "nothing to be be concerned about," according to a message from one of the admins.
Dream Vendor "Googleplex" Sentenced to 13 Years in PrisonA former University of Illinois mathematics student will spend the next 13 years in prison for darknet drug trafficking and money laundering.
Alphabay Vendor "Qu4ntum" Admits Selling SteroidsEric Angle, the brother of retired wrestler Kurt Angle, pleaded guilty to selling anabolic steroids on Alphabay, Dream, and Wall Street Market under under the username "qu4ntum." Other co-conspirators pleaded guilty to the same charge in addition to a related money laundering charge.
Wallstreet Vendor "RaptureReloaded" Indicted in New YorkJoanna De Alba sold heroin and methamphetamine on WallStreet Market under the username "RaptureReloaded," according to a recently unsealed indictment.
Bitcoin and the Dark Web
DEA investigators, during an investigation into the darkweb vendor, learned that De Alba had shipped hundreds of packages to customers throughout the United States.