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ONIOFF - Onion URL Inspector

ONIOFF – Onion URL Inspector

ONIOFF is basically an Onion URL inspector, it’s a simple tool – written in pure python – for inspecting Deep Web URLs (or onions). It takes specified onion links and returns their current status along with the site’s title. It’s compatible with Python 2.6 & 2.7. Usage

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Topic: Cryptography, Privacy
Dark Web Paying Corporate Workers To Leak Info

Dark Web Paying Corporate Workers To Leak Info

This is not particularly new news, but the Dark Web paying corporate workers to leak info – especially pertaining to stock prices (earnings reports etc) is setting the mainstream news on fire at the moment. It’s also funny because people constantly contact us asking questions about the ‘Dark Web’ aka the ‘Dark Net’ which happens […]

Topic: Legal Issues, Privacy
MongoDB Ransack - Over 33,000 Databases Hacked

MongoDB Ransack – Over 33,000 Databases Hacked

Ah our favourite database in the news again, being hailed as the MongoDB Ransack a whole bunch of people have turned the insecure MongoDB default configuration into a ransom opportunity. They are deleting/stealing databases and soliciting bitcoin payments to return the data. With multiple actors doing the same stuff though it’s hard to know who […]

Topic: Database Hacking, Privacy
Exitmap - Tor Exit Relay Scanner

Exitmap – Tor Exit Relay Scanner

Exitmap is a fast and modular Python-based Tor exit relay scanner. Exitmap modules implement tasks that are run over (a subset of) all exit relays. If you have a background in functional programming, think of exitmap as a map() interface for Tor exit relays. Modules can perform any TCP-based networking task; fetching a web page, […]

Topic: Networking Hacking Tools, Privacy
UK Encryption Backdoor Law Passed Via Investigatory Powers Act

UK Encryption Backdoor Law Passed Via Investigatory Powers Act

The latest news out of my homeland is not good, the UK encryption backdoor law passed via Investigatory Powers Act or the IPA Bill as it’s commonly known. And itself was passed through a kind of backdoor route, which avoided the scorn of the public. Which was good for the lawmakers, but not for the […]

Topic: Cryptography, Legal Issues, Privacy