A list of surprising goods and services for sale on the Deep Web. Also called the Dark Web, the Deep Web is huge part of the internet that standard search engines can't find, like the giant mass under the tip of an iceberg. Originally developed by the US government for classified information exchange, the darknet has become an unregulated marketplace where anyone can buy just about anything as long as they download the right software and have bitcoins to spare.
What's on the Dark Web? A lot of it is simply archival or inaccessible corporate intranets. But it's also got a lot of other stuff - anything and everything "The Man" doesn't want you to have. Please note that the Deep Web is, at best, a murky area in terms of legality. You probably don't want to access any of the websites where any of this stuff can be bought.
Credit Card Numbers
Looking for credit card numbers? Dark Web sites sell them in batches of 100 at incredibly low prices. Why are they sold in bulk? Buying just one is no good, since you can’t guarantee it hasn’t been cancelled.
Fake PassportsA Deep Web site called “Fake Documents Service” claims to sell stolen passwords and documentation from virtually every nation, including US passports for a little less than a thousand dollars. Of course, fake papers are a staple of the clean web, too, so the subterfuge might not be necessary.
- “How to buy weed on the Deep Web” brings up nearly a million hits on Google. Seemingly every strain and potency of pot can be found on the Deep Web with very little effort.
Too cheap to pay the monthly fee to watch Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt? The Deep Web has plenty of Netflix accounts for sale at a cost of just one dollar.
- Since the Dark Web operates exclusively using bitcoin, it’s natural that people will want to use the digital currency for gambling. Hence, this bitcoin lottery, which has tickets for sale on the deep web.
Silicon MasksLooking to join the Impossible Mission Force? You’ll need a creepily lifelike silicon mask, and luckily, you can find affordable, incredibly creepy ones on the Deep Web.