These solid orange lumps are found in the guts of dead cattle. And thanks to a boom in alternative medicine, they're worth their weight in gold.
Experts suggest that stay-at-home orders, travel restrictions and increased internet time has led to the increase in both demand and supply.
VICE News spoke to one vendor who claims he's made more than $1.4 million USD selling kits to hospitals and geriatric homes around the world.
A site admin has claimed Empire was paying a hacker $15,000 a week to leave them alone, before shutting up shop and fleeing with user funds.
A VICE UK investigation reveals that fraudsters are taking over accounts to flog Nintendo Switches, Animal Crossing consoles and AirPods to unsuspecting buyers – only to disappear once payment is made.
Had coronavirus? You could make $21,600 per litre.
This spring, the dark web drug trade was attacked on multiple fronts and authorities claimed victory. But after a quick restart, it's business as usual.
The abuse of the boy was filmed and posted online.
Reddit announced new changes to its content policy, which led to the end of r/DarkNetMarkets and other communities dedicated to discussing potentially illegal activities.
Einar Otto Stangvik talks with us about online child pornography, self-developed hacking tools, the police who ran the abusive sites—and why he comes up with the best ideas while dreaming.
“This is probably the best phishing scam I’ve ever seen.”