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FBI carries a halt Silk Road, "eBay of drugs" on Tor

FBI said it had arrested the alleged site administrator Silk Road. This website accessible via the Tor network was known as the black market Internet, which operated a large number of illegal trade such as selling drugs.

Website Silk Road was founded in 2011 and had grown steadily since it was put online. Accessible only via the Tor network, the site was as a trade anonymous online to purchase and sell drugs, and other products such as malware and programs. According to the FBI, Silk Road was able to gather more than 100,000 users, and generated 1.2 million transactions, all in Bitcoins. Total sales through the site be around the sum of 1, 2 billion dollars, with 80 million euros of fees charged by the directors. Buzzfeed The website also notes that the closure of the site has had a significant impact on the price of Bitcoin, which is apparently in decline since the announcement of the FBI. The court said it had seized the equivalent of 3.6 million Bitcoins in the arrest of the site administrator. 

FBI said it had arrested the alleged site administrator Silk Road. This website accessible via the Tor network was known as the black market Internet, which operated a large number of illegal trade such as selling drugs.
FBI, the site is inaccessible since the arrest of the suspected administrator.

In July, the FBI was able to identify the company hosting the siteand through the cooperation of Justice has obtained a full image from the server, allowing it to access all posts on platform and therefore identifying key administrators.
 
FBI said it had arrested the alleged site administrator Silk Road. This website accessible via the Tor network was known as the black market Internet, which operated a large number of illegal trade such as selling drugs.
Logo of Silk Road

The FBI said it had arrested the alleged site administrator, Ross William Ulbricht, a 29 year old man who is the real identity of the site administrator known under the pseudonym of "Dread Pirate Roberts" (DPR). The man is charged with trafficking in drugs, money laundering as well as attempted murder. Indeed, the FBI says that William Ross Ulbricht had attempted to assassinate one of the vendors own site blackmailed by threatening to reveal to the police a list of major clients Silk Road. If the conditions of Silk Road clearly specified that the sale of weapons or criminal services such as orders assassinations or resale of bank data was prohibited, the FBI says that the site administrator would have paid men to get rid of the nuisance. If the deal seems to have occurred, the police said they have not yet been able to say that the man had actually been executed.

Ulbricht has been charged yesterday morning and will be held until Friday, when he will speak for the first time in court. No doubt the ensuing trial may be long but eventful.

 The report detailing the complaints attributed to Ulbricht was posted on Scribd

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