30 Aug '17, 5pm

An Elaborate Darknet Phishing Scam Is the Top Google Result for Basic Bitcoin Tutorials

An Elaborate Darknet Phishing Scam Is the Top Google Result for Basic Bitcoin Tutorials “This is probably the best phishing scam I’ve ever seen.” As far as online scams designed to steal money and information go, a site called darknetmarkets.org is very impressive and equally scary—not least because Google is currently serving it as a top search result for Bitcoin tutorials. Darknetmarkets.org, for all intents and purposes, is a "real" website. Its logo looks to be made of chopped-up cocaine, and the site is filled with legitimate-seeming resources for anybody looking to buy drugs on the darknet . News articles populate its homepage, and the site features how-tos on topics like using "mixing" services to hide your Bitcoin transactions from the authorities. A sidebar contains links to the "top" sites to buy drugs on the darknet. If you search Google for "how to mix bitcoins...

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