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The Full List of Dark Net Markets Shut Down by Operation Onymous

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Last week, a coalition of international law enforcement agencies, including the FBI and Europol, carried out a widespread digital sting, arresting the alleged operator of the deep web black market Silk Road 2.0 and seizing over 400 URLs of other darknet bazaars. At least 27 sites have been confirmed as shuttered.

Silk Road 2.0 was the most high-profile seizure, but the scope of this operation suggests that law enforcement are making the most aggressive effort yet to clamp down on illegal sales of all sorts online. In a complaint filed in the New York Southern District of New York on Friday, the FBI listed all of the confirmed seized sites, separating them into different categories, some focused on drugs, others on counterfeits and stolen credit cards.

One of the biggest questions surrounding how this raid went down is how exactly law enforcement cracked Tor. I asked the spokesperson for Tor if the organization knew how any breaches occured. "We have no information. Any thoughts are merely speculation," they told me.


Here's the full confirmed list of sites shuttered, let me know if you've seen any others:

  1. Alpaca
  2. Black Market
  3. Blue Sky
  4. Bungee 54
  5. CannabisUK
  6. Cloud Nine
  7. Dedope
  8. Fake Real Plastic
  9. FakeID
  10. Farmer1
  11. Fast Cash!
  12. Flugsvamp
  13. Golden Nugget
  14. Hydra
  15. Pablo Escobar Drugstore
  16. Pandora
  17. Pay Pal Center
  18. Real Cards
  19. Silk Road 2.0
  20. Smokeables
  21. Sol's Unified USD Counterfeit's
  22. Super Note Counter
  23. Tor Bazaar
  24. Topix
  25. The Green Machine
  26. The Hidden Market
  27. Zero Squad