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"Dread is dead. The darknet forum where buyers and sellers gathered to exchange links, rate vendors, and discuss opsec has been offline for almost a fortnight. The site didn’t hold cryptocurrency deposits or directly facilitate DNM transactions, but was nevertheless a crucial cog in the darknet economy. The site went offline 10 days ago, prompting speculation as to what may have happened to its pseudonymous admin, Hugbunter. DNM tracker site dark.fail currently displays a warning that reads:
"Dread is offline, Hugbunter is missing. Assume Dread and its team are compromised."
Dread went down on September 20 for maintenance, with Hugbunter promising a “huge update to provide increased stability as the platform grows” including “a variety of bug fixes.” When the site failed to return online, Dread admin “Paris” signed a message to the site which reads: “HugBunter’s deadman has been switched. It has been three full days without any contact … All I can hope is he is alive and well. Not harmed, captured, or dead. However we must assume the worse in this case."
With Dread seemingly gone for good, Paris has recommended that DNM users congregate on one of the following forums:
Darknet Avengers: http://avengersdutyk3xf.onion
Envoy Forum: http://envoys5appps3bin.onion
The Hub Forum: http://thehub7xbw4dc5r2.onion "