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   On another note, I trust markets like Sheep and BMR more, because they are likely hosted in countries that are not the US' bitch.   DPR kept us at risk the entire time, so OpSec everyone, PGP should be mandatory, and to quote The Who, "We won't get fooled again!"  Thank you.

What makes you think this SR is hosting in USA?  I'm not saying I know where its hosted, but there's no evidence to say its the USA or even the new DPR is American But there's no evidence to say hes not also. this point is moot.

Also if Ross knew it was coming, why didn't he at least try and clean house to remove some of the evidence? Why did they catch him with his encrypted laptop turned on?

No matter which market place you use, please always use PGP for sensitive information

Security / Re: PGP Help
« on: October 10, 2013, 09:37:33 pm »
what distro of linxu are you using?

Easiest one to setup (usually) and use is GNU Privacy Assistant

if your on ubuntu/debian and have the repositories setup its usually just:

sudo apt-get install gpa 

Security / Re: -WARNING-, not so safe
« on: October 10, 2013, 09:26:16 pm »
If you do use safe-mail, send your emails encrypted with PGP..

I have noticed, that safe-mail doesn't work when javascript is disabled.. I always have javascript disabled.

Feature Requests / Re: Silk Road Forums - Info Center
« on: October 10, 2013, 06:32:54 am »
You can turn your online status off through your account profile.

its a scam attempt.

quiet clever.. but definitely a scam.

Silk Road Discussion / Re: Verifying our favorite Vendors
« on: October 10, 2013, 04:33:37 am »
I can verify and add a "vendor" tag to any vendor that can link me to their PGP on the old forum (from their old account) and write a signed message to me.

I'm not sure if anyone has a backup copy of the old forums. they are still up if you dare venture there. (turn off javascript just to be safe)

However it would be good if we could all relevant/useful information on here..  You can cut and paste threads from the old forums, as some people already have,  or start a new thread.

Everybody has their own system.

But you should encrypt all sensitive communication. don't use your real name on packages.  Don't send to your home address.

There is always risk, and everybody should be aware of them. But you should also mitigate the risks as much as possible

LE Would be watching and logging pretty well every public black market.

You should always assume this. PGP all sensitive information.

And don't trust ANYONE with your real information

Security / Re: Privnote
« on: October 09, 2013, 11:46:08 pm »
privnote has been around since around 2006.

Any site like privnote or a tor privnote has the same problem. You have to trust the person who is hosting it is really doing what they say they are doing.

PGP is your best friend.

Security / Re: Privnote
« on: October 09, 2013, 11:32:00 pm »
the general consensuses is why trust a third party with your security when you can do it your self with PGP?
I believe their system is probably safe, but it involves a level or trust that most people would rather not take.

in combination with your own PGP its perfectly safe.

Silk Road Discussion / Re: Should Silk Road change name?
« on: October 09, 2013, 10:57:35 pm »
I think the new name should at least incorporate the "silk roads" some where in it.

Silk Road Discussion / Re: Should Buyers pay ?
« on: October 09, 2013, 10:36:59 pm »
I'd like to hear what everyone thinks. But personally I dont think its a good idea.

that would limit the customer base, and make them go elsewhere... It would only benefit the free marketplaces.

I think this is a good idea.

I will sticky a post, when there is some new information in regards to the old DPR.

Feature Requests / Re: Lets talk about fees
« on: October 09, 2013, 10:16:36 pm »
fees are still being worked out.

I believe they are going to benefit established vendors, but that's about all I can say about it for the moment.

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