Black Market Reloaded Closing

Black Market Reloaded has closed its doors.

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The Administrator of Back Market Reloaded is closing the site due to security fears. He claims that since the close of Sheep Marketplace a day ago that the recent influx of new customers to BMR will increase the risk of security flaws and cannot guarantee the anonymity of BMR users. If you have any bitcoins in Black Market Reloaded then you should try and withdraw them, if you are looking for another one of these such marketplaces then i would suggest looking at Silk Road. Silk Road is undergoing an upgradde to handle the increased traffic but should be finished in a day or two.´

Black Market Reloaded URL

Well as many of you already probably have found out, the Black Market Reloaded has changed again. The new Blackmarket
Reloaded URL is: http://r6rcmz6lga4i5vb4.onion

The address of BMR has been changing a fair bit lately so if it stops working then just check back here every few days and i will try my best to re-post when i find out. New accounts are now also subject to validation apparently so for first timers you will need to register and then wait for validation. This is to reduce the amount of bogus/spam accounts being created that is clogging up the system and trying to bring it down. This will benefit everyone on BMR.

Black Market Reloaded Went Down For 2 Days!

Black Market Reloaded was officially taken down on Thursday last week by the site administrator due to a security breach. Blackmarket Reloaded administrator “backopy” announced that the site would close but then later in the day he then announced that it would reopen for business as the security breach was not as bad a first thought and changes could be made to rectify the situation to continue the anonymity of its users.

The security breach occurred last week when a German person who goes by the name of “dosadmin” posted what is believed to be the source code of Blackmarket Reloaded onto a forum where everyone can see it. Dosadmin claims that he did not post the source code to bring BMR down but to highlight the security flaws in the site so that steps can be taken to prevent further breaches and to ultimately protect the information of its users.

When this happened it must have sent a shiver through the spine all of the current users who had bitcoins inn their account as they would have been very worried about losing their money. It would have been even worse for all of those unlucky people who also lost their money when Silk Road was taken down by the US government, luckily for them this was a fixable problem.

This should heed as a warning and reminder to everyone to be more and more vigilant in your attempts to remain anonymous while doing anything to do with illegal online marketplaces as if the source code is compromised at least your identity wont be. You should always use false names, usernames that have nothing to do with you and that you never use for anything else,  always use a VPN to access Black Market Reloaded or even search forums for information and don’t leave bitcoins in you black market reloaded account if they are not being used.

New Black Market Reloaded URL: http://kss62ljxtqiqdfuq.onion/

Please visit my page “Guide” if you would like more information about finding BMR and further steps to take to be anonymous and safe.

Black Market Reloaded – Will It Be The Next Silk Road?

Most people that are looking for Black Market Reloaded are doing so because Silk Road anonymous marketplace has been shut down. In late September 2013 the man accused of being the mastermind behind the Silk Road, known to many as Dread Pirate Roberts, was taken into custody by the FBI after years of investigations. The anonymous marketplace was the first and biggest online drug market but there have been others recently that have come up including Black Market Reloaded which looks to take its place at the top of the table.

Black Market Reloaded Home Screen

If you for some reason haven’t heard of these underground websites then let me explain. Black Market Reloaded (BMR) is an online marketplace where you can buy various goods legal and illegal. The main products being listed and sold are illicit drugs including Cocaine, MDMA, Marijuana, LCD, Methamphetamine just to name a few. The site BMR is not the one actually selling the drugs but rather sellers/dealers are the ones creating accounts and selling the drugs while the site takes a percentage commission for each sale, it is a sort of Amazon but for drugs.

Now you may be thinking how do you do this without getting busted? They have taken certain precautions in the creation and operation of the website to lower the risk but there are definitely a lot more steps you should be taking to protect yourself. Firstly they are running the site on the TOR network which is an encrypted network, you can only access the website by downloading the TOR browser and then connecting to it. You cannot just type in the address and go to the drug website, if you also see a webpage saying you can access the site through the web page DO NOT DO IT! There is no encryption and no anonymity, the police or anyone for that matter can trace you instantly!

Black Market Reloaded SERP

In order to buy anything off Black Market Reloaded you will need to get a hold of some Bitcoins to do so. Bitcoins are a digital currency that can greatly increase your anonymity to make it harder f0r the authorities to trace the money coming in and out of the drug marketplace.

This site is being created for educational purposes only. I don’t encourage anyone to buy anything illegal off the website as it may harm you or others. Anyone can find out how get to Black Market Reloaded on the internet in about 5 minutes if they want to but I hope to show those people how to take some extra precautions so as minimize your risks of detection.