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Output Reference

Meta Info

Field Name
Description
Type

totalResults

The total number of posts matching your query

Integer

moreResultsAvailable

How many more results are available

Integer

next

A URL to get the next batch of posts matching your query.

String

requestsLeft

How many more requests are available in your current subscription plan.

Integer

Page Info

Field Name
Description
Searchable?
Type

uuid

A unique ID representing the thread

False

String

url

The link to the page

True

String

site

The top level domain of the site

True

String

title

The title of the thread

True

String

text

The text in the page

True

String

published

The date/time when the page was published (if detected).
The timezone is GMT+2

Tue

Date
Format:
yyyy-MM-dd'T'HH:mm:ss.SSSXXX

language

The language of the text

True

String

external_links

A list of URLs that are linked from the page

True

String

external_images

A list of URLs to image that are linked from the page

True

String

is_live

A Boolean value (true/false) stating if the site is online or offline

True

Boolean

crawled

The date/time when the post was crawled. The timezone is GMT+2.

True

Date
Format:
yyyy-MM-dd'T'HH:mm:ss.SSSXXX

cacheLink

A link to a cached HTML snapshot of the page

False

String

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url: "http://bwbvcvmbpnan6xsd.onion/page/3/",
uuid: "a4cf56ea76c2cd4ee3c5c64a117bc50cf0615614",
source: {
site: "bwbvcvmbpnan6xsd.onion",
is_live: true
},
title: "Shadow Life",
text: "Enjoy your stay below the radar Sign In Blog About Contact us Date: November 14th, 2012 Filed in: Frontpage , Opinion Tags: anonymity , Digital Dead Drop , Digital Tradecraft , Email Spying on Petraeus, or how emails quickly become incriminating evidence [Updated 2012-11-15] The current story of Gen. PETRAEUS and his affair BROADWELL shines a light at the possibilities of digital surveillance and tracing of crumbs of information. It can serve as an example and a warning against insufficient digital tradecraft. Though news reports about the exact order and nature of the events are imprecise, unreliable and contradictory, we are trying to put them together into a plausible series of events and give some background on techniques that were, or might have been, used to intrude on the privacy of both BROADWELL and PETRAEUS. more)) Date: November 14th, 2012 Filed in: Frontpage , News Tags: Face Recognition News: NEC offers face recognition analysis for retailers Technology only requires off-the-shelf personal computer and video camera. It can estimate gender and age based only on video footage. Furthermore, repeat customers even across stores can be automatically recognized. The underlying face recognition product, NeoFace, is also used in services like intruder recognition and surviellance. NeoFace is a cloud service provided by NEC. NEC claims that the face templates generated cannot be reconstructed into images of faces. ShadowLife comment: more)) Date: November 14th, 2012 Filed in: Frontpage , News Tags: Google News: Google compliance to reveal user data and remove content Report covers the 6 months between January and June 2012. Requests for user data increased by 30% compared to July-December 2011. Google received more than 20,938 requests to reveal user data of 34,614 accounts. Google complied in more than 13,900 cases . Majority of user data requests were made by the USA. Google complied in above 90% of US requests. During the same timespan Google received 1791 court orders and requests by executive branch (police etc.) to remove 17765 items from his search results or other services. Source: Google Transparency Report Date: November 12th, 2012 Filed in: Concepts , Frontpage Tags: anonymity , Digital Tradecraft Anonymity – Online and Offline – Part II This article explores how much anonymity really exists online, and how anonymity is reduced by everyday technologies used in Internet communication (please check out Part I of this series for the theory behind anonymity ). Many people expect their actions online to be far removed from their physical identity which often leads them to behave in ways they would never dare when their name were connected to it. But how well founded is this belief in online anonymity? more)) Date: November 11th, 2012 Filed in: Frontpage , News News: Chrome adds Do Not Track header Chrome has added the Do Not Track (DNT) header: DNT was added to the Chrome 23 release. Mozilla’s Firefox browser implemented the feature in June 2011. The upcoming release of Internet Explorer 10 (IE10) will enable DNT by default . The Apache webserver was recently updated to ignore DNT in IE10 . Yahoo recently said it will also ignore DNT in IE10 . Source: Ars Technica « Older Entries Newer Entries »   Pages Privacy Extremism Category Announcements (3) Concepts (8) Dossiers (1) HowTo (4) News (8) Opinion (6) Tags Agorism Algorithms Analysis anonymity Biometrics Bitcoin Censorship Counter-Economy Crypto-Anarchy DHS Digital Dead Drop Digital Tradecraft Email Encryption Face Recognition FinCEN Google head camera OTC Physical Tradecraft police state Privacy privacy law RFID Silk Road Surveillance Tradecraft Archive November 2014 October 2013 February 2013 December 2012 November 2012 ▲ Back to Top Feeds: RSS2 , Atom || ©-left 2012 ShadowLife.cc || Based on a theme by MUKI space* ",
highlightText: "",
highlightTitle: "",
published: null,
language: "english",
external_links: [ ],
external_images: [ ],
crawled: "2017-03-28T11:32:40.000+03:00",
cacheLink: "https://webhose.io/dark-cache?id=XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX"
}

Output Reference