- 00:00:00 - 00:00:4300:00:00 - 00:00:43Introduction
- 00:00:43 - 00:04:5800:00:43 - 00:04:58The defendants in the case
- 00:04:58 - 00:10:0000:04:58 - 00:10:00Darknet vendors and PII
- 00:10:00 - 00:14:2600:10:00 - 00:14:26The main reason why Darknet vendors should not save informat ...
- 00:14:26 - 00:18:0000:14:26 - 00:18:00Repercussions for a Darknet Buyer
- 00:18:00 - 00:18:2400:18:00 - 00:18:24Controlled Deliveries
- 00:18:24 - 00:21:1200:18:24 - 00:21:12Law Enforcement - not your BFF
- 00:21:12 - 00:24:4300:21:12 - 00:24:43United States Attorneys Tricks
- 00:24:43 - 00:28:0400:24:43 - 00:28:04Crypto Exchanges
- 00:28:04 - 00:31:3300:28:04 - 00:31:33Talking about the "clothing" business on recorded federal pr ...
- 00:31:33 - 00:32:1100:31:33 - 00:32:11Christopher Fleet
- 00:32:11 - 00:35:1000:32:11 - 00:35:10Using a 10th grader encoding in conversations
- 00:35:10 - 00:39:3400:35:10 - 00:39:34What's Next for Rick
- 00:39:34 - 00:41:4300:39:34 - 00:41:43Conclusion
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Hello and welcome to Darknet Demystified. I'm your host, Sam Bent, a.k.a. DoingFedTime, a.k.a. 2happytimes2. And today we're going to have a podcast that focuses on one thing terrible vendor OPSEC. Today will highlight a particular case involving a few morons and a red notebook. All the names in this podcast are real, and this is a real case with real feds, real drugs and real morons.
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Now I've seen my share of infosec and opsec fails. For those of you that are new to the podcast or have never seen my YouTube channel Operational Security or OPSEC is a process that helps organizations identify and protect sensitive information from people who aren't supposed to have it. It focuses on protecting an organization's methods