In this episode of Asked and Answered I am answering boredidk’s question:
“When you got caught what were somethings you feared might happen due to being arrested (being barred from the internet, family and friends opinions, jobs, etc), what were somethings that actually happened that you hadn’t anticipated, and if shareable what was your coolest/weirdest 1-of-1 experience on the darknet/as a vendor.”
Because I don’t operate with a script and I simply answer the question as asked sometimes I tend to go out of scope. I think I did a bit of that in this, and for that, I apologize. In this video we will get a bit into my criminal history, I will show some of the official documentation that I have on hand in my legal work.
Typically on the Darknet you see a lot of less than savory things going down. Sometimes things aside from your typical drug deal are included in that. In this episode I talk about how I have had some customers who have tried to set up other people by having drugs mailed to them (a useless strategy).
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00:24 Boredidk’s Question
00:52 Criminal History
01:44 Worst thing for a defendant
02:08 Barred from the internet
02:51 Something not anticipated
03:32 Security Planning
06:42 Making Moonshine
07:39 Not Good Experiences
08:07 Plausible Deniability
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In “Asked and Answered” I do my best to answer the questions that you have given me be it on email, social media, or here on youtube. Most of the time, these questions are in regards to the Darknet, hacking, particulars of being a darknet vendor or other InfoSec or OpSec-related questions. I had started the “Asked and Answered” series, to be able to address these questions in a manner that was more complete than a “yes” or “no” response that you typically find in the comments sections. In any case thank you all for taking your time to submit questions as well as watching, liking and subscribing!
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