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Shadow Courts on the Dark Web

  1. #1
    maddie Houston
    So apparently cybercrime forums on the dark web are now creating their own court system that allows victims of ransomware attacks & scams / invalid credentials to sue the seller.

    The court hearings are public on the forums as all members are allow to chat, say input, and watch this unfold. From what i gathered both the defendant and plaintiff will submit their own side of the situation including chat logs, crypto transactions, emails, screenshots, and even personal information.

    The punishment can be anywhere from a few $100-$1000s of fines, to being banned on the forum.

    People and their families are actually getting doxed due to how personal this is getting..

    What do you guys think about a Shadow Court on darkweb forums? I personally find it funny
  2. #2
    Dumb...as if any of it can be enforced...other than the banning from the forum...which is pretty laughable. I'm sure Gupta in India is going to pay a $10000 fine for holding someones computer for a ransomware "violation".
    The following users say it would be alright if the author of this post didn't die in a fire!
  3. #3
    maddie Houston
    Originally posted by Jiggaboo_Johnson Dumb…as if any of it can be enforced…other than the banning from the forum…which is pretty laughable. I'm sure Gupta in India is going to pay a $10000 fine for holding someones computer for a ransomware "violation".

    exactly what i was thinking. and if you get banned on the dark web, im sure you have enough knowledge to just rejoin as someone else and do the same thing over and over again.
  4. #4
    aldra JIDF Controlled Opposition
    what benefit is there for malware coders to participate in the first place
  5. #5
    There is a clearnet version too

    https://kleros.io/

  6. #6
    aldra JIDF Controlled Opposition
    that's fucking

    hard tarded
  7. #7
    What if we made democracy decentralized

  8. #8
    maddie Houston
    Originally posted by aldra what benefit is there for malware coders to participate in the first place

    make less ransomware, make more persistent backdoors. Farm the data, sell the data, repeat.
  9. #9
    Originally posted by maddie make less ransomware, make more persistent backdoors. Farm the data, sell the data, repeat.

    There is more $$$ for Gupta in putting ransomware on granmas computer and then charging them $400 to take it off..over and over and over and over...
  10. #10
    Nile bump
    What benefit would mr.cybercrime have from taking part in this?
  11. #11
    ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Naturally Camouflaged
    They didn't fail bad enough with the first failed system, so now they have to set up another failed system. The definition of insanity is repeating the same action and expecting a different result.
  12. #12
    maddie Houston
    Originally posted by Jiggaboo_Johnson There is more $$$ for Gupta in putting ransomware on granmas computer and then charging them $400 to take it off..over and over and over and over…

    since when does granny use dark web and tor, and then not know how to reformat their pc?
    try again..
  13. #13
    Originally posted by the man who put it in my hood There is a clearnet version too

    https://kleros.io/


    cyber jéwdiciary system
  14. #14
    aldra JIDF Controlled Opposition
    Originally posted by maddie make less ransomware, make more persistent backdoors. Farm the data, sell the data, repeat.

    people aren't bothering to check for persistent backdoors just because they got a positive result in the 'courts'?
  15. #15
    Sophie Pedophile Tech Support
    Seems silly. Doubly so if people are getting personally offended. Don't buy malware, write your own. If you gotta have people with specialized skills in something or the other, enter into an agreement with them on some basis, make team, or a crew, have some unifying goal, and operate under the rules of Game Theory.

    That said, teams are a double edged sword, unfortunately people are social creatures and opsec protocols are often not followed to the letter.
  16. #16
    Originally posted by Sophie Seems silly. Doubly so if people are getting personally offended. Don't buy malware, write your own. If you gotta have people with specialized skills in something or the other, enter into an agreement with them on some basis, make team, or a crew, have some unifying goal, and operate under the rules of Game Theory.

    That said, teams are a double edged sword, unfortunately people are social creatures and opsec protocols are often not followed to the letter.

    thats like telling capital renters dont make money by renting their money out to bussinesses, but start bussinesses of their own.
  17. #17
    aldra JIDF Controlled Opposition
    Originally posted by vindicktive vinny thats like telling capital renters dont make money by renting their money out to bussinesses, but start bussinesses of their own.

    yes.
  18. #18
    Sophie Pedophile Tech Support
    Yes.
  19. #19
    Originally posted by ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ They didn't fail bad enough with the first failed system, so now they have to set up another failed system. The definition of insanity is repeating the same action and expecting a different result.

    Are you saying court systems are inherently wrong?
  20. #20
    Sophie Pedophile Tech Support
    Also did i read that wrong? People who actually got ransomwared can go to the 'shadow court'? Wot.
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