Keeping Yourself Safe While Using Darknet Market


Darknet Market & Safety Tips: If you’re planning to visit a darknet market or have even tried to do so, you’re either keen to window shopping or keen to sample the wares. Whatever your reasons might be for stopping by, that’s your business and no one else has the right to ask about it. Unfortunately, not everyone shares those civilized ideals with people asking for the same. In order to keep those spoilsports at bay, here’s how to browse darknet markets also known as the DNMs without leaving a trace at all.

The first and foremost step is not to sweat about it. If your interest in darknet market extends to becoming a vendor, well that is a good thing though, this guide isn’t for you. If you’re a casual DNM shopper, however, and aren’t ordering your goods by the pound or kilo, just don’t sweat it no matter what.  If you’re a persistent darknet market shopper and the postal service takes note of luxurious packages winging their way to your door, you might receive a ‘thoughtful letter’ from the police warning you to cease your activities soon, or even a knock at the door would nothing be unexpected. In case that occurs, do not be cowed as the federals are unlikely to press charges. Always remember, most of this stuff will be made legal within our lifetime while it’s only a crime for a limited time.

The second thing is to configure your Tor browser correctly. In order to access the darknet or the darknet markets, you will need the Tor web browser. It can be downloaded for desktop and/or for Android. Alternatively, you can use the Brave or Dissenter browsers, which provides the ability to open a Tor window on their browsers, directly connecting you to the onion router where the world’s finest darknet markets are awaiting your scrutiny. The Tor Project website contains guides on protecting your privacy when using the darknet that comes handy for both the novice and the expert or the intermediates. Tor browser will automatically block some plugins like the Flash, Realplayer, and Quicktime, which can be manipulated into revealing your IP address, and comes with pro-privacy plugins HTTPS Everywhere and No Script. It deserves a yay! When configured correctly, the Tor browser will mask your IP address, but it remains your responsibility not to dox yourself by doing dumb stuff on the darknet and invite peril at your doorstep.

Some of the other things that also need consideration is that you need to double check your onion domain and make sure to open in the Tor browser only. This is because there are many phishing links that looks like the original onion link of any darknet market but then the fake ones comes often with one alphabet misplaced that is hardly recognizable. It is recommended that you use unique handles for each and every darknet market you join. The unique handles must not be used elsewhere or before. Also create a new wallet address each time while conducting any funds transfer. Make sure you have gathered enough information on the vendor you are about to trust as you might get duped, who knows! Follow the rules to “Always Encrypt” while doing anything on the darknet markets.

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