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Spanish police arrest drug dealer on Dark in Malaga

darknet Spanish police arrest drug dealer on Dark in Malaga
Darknet Spanish police arrest drug dealer on Dark in Malaga

Spanish National Police investigators have arrested a man in the dark as a major drug dealer.

Malaga police have arrested a man suspected of using three men
Tor is an online tool for web users
Garlic browser, encryption and bitcoin encryption technology.

He was arrested after his house was blindly connected to the Internet
The secret was distributed after police found the property
Used for drug trafficking on the Internet
Sunday.

At that time, an operation was underway to arrest him
Authorities at a resort in Spain have launched an investigation into allegations that people are using blindness.
Another technology of drug trafficking.

A police statement said the drug platform was a dark network.
Traders who sell their illegal products usually have an eBay rating.
Communication aims to gain the reputation of traders by presenting through their reputation
High customer service.

Some illegal online markets are also offered to buyers and sellers.
Ability to communicate and exchange information via live chat
About online dating services and forums.

Thanks for asking, one of the most active weeds on the Internet
The detained seller stated in a statement to the police.

The arrest took place at his home in Malias, Miass, when he was connected to a dark network.

During the operation, police found 2 kg of Buffalo grams
Small package, two computers, telephone,
Envelopes and packaging materials, filling and vacuum cutting machines
And heavy equipment.

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Police could not open the market for the arrested trader. Details will be announced soon.

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