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The darknet just got its first black market search engine

17
Apr
2014

The network of sites known as the darknet, only accessible through the anonymizing Tor browser, resembles the early internet in many ways — including being difficult to navigate. That makes it tough for customers attempting to shop for drugs, fake IDs, or other items on the darknets black markets like Black Bank, Silk Road, and Pandora. However, an anonymous developer has released Grams, a search engine that has indexed eight of the darknets markets. Like Google or Expedia, Grams (http://grams7enufi7jmdl.onion) delivers top search results according to relevance, and users can restrict the search only to certain markets or sort by price or date.

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