Infodig Fraud Market
Infodig is a site that specializes on the sale of personal information. Noteworthy is that the site is available on the clearnet – no onion address is available. Among the sold products is banking information but Infodig is not a financial market per se. Instead it focuses on account and login data and other personal information; for instance you are able to find passport scans from various countries that you can pinpoint by a search.
You can also buy virtual phone numbers for literally any country in the world – this can be useful for verifying a fake persona. Speaking of which: The sites also has some useful tools, among them being a Fake Name Generator where you can create a fake persona from various countries with the click of a button. Additionally the site offers logins for various websites and also credit information.
Same as with all darknet sites the usual security recommendations apply. Most importantly: stay anonymous. Use the TOR browser only and don’t use the TOR browser for any regular (non-darknet) browsing.
Ideally, you have a dedicated system or at least a dedicated VM for all your darknet activities. Keep your darknet PGP keys and other credentials limited to that system only, do not mix it with any activities that would expose your identity.
Treat your dedicated system like a work-system: Only install the software necessary for your operations do not install anything for entertainment or other purposes. Subsequently, resist the urge to browse Twitter, Reddit or any other social media sites while you have downtime. For this always use your regular system.
For additional system security, we recommend you run a secure operating system like Tails or Whonix on your dedicated system for darknet activities. We also recommend using a VPN as an additional security measure since TOR will only anonymize your browsing sessions but not other traffic.
Especially when using any public WiFi hotspots you should always use a VPN when accessing the Internet since you don’t know whether the access point is compromised. A VPN ensures that all of your traffic, no matter what application, will always be strongly encrypted when passing the access point, this protecting yourself not only from eavesdropping but also possible identity theft.