First- don't go buying anything illegal because you read how to do so on the internet. It is still breaking the law, and you could wind up in trouble or maybe even penisless like Christ Bearer- understood? Great. Now let's move on.
Our homies over at Complex Tech (via Wired) just broke the story of "Grams" - a dark web search engine that's modeled after Google, but instead of new electronic music, movie times, and porn (oops), it helps you find things like drugs, guns, and stolen credit card numbers. Why it's not called 'Tijuana' is beyond us.
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The site's creator, gramsadmin (he'd like to remain anonymous for some reason) told Wired in a chat interview “I noticed on the forums and reddit people were constantly asking ‘where to get product X?’ and ‘which market had product X?’ or ‘who had the best product X and was reliable and not a scam? I wanted to make it easy for people to find things they wanted on the darknet and figure out who was a trustworthy vendor.”
We bet you're already typing Grams.com like a n00b trying to do some 'research'. It doesn't work like that. You'll have to use the anonymous Tor Browser. Once you figure that all out, Grams searches dark web regions like Silk Road 2.0, gora, BlackBank, Cloud-Nine, Evolution, NiceGuy, Pandora, and The Pirate Market- sketchy much?