The deep web, aka dark net, is home to all the crazy shit you want to purchase on the Internet, but normally can’t, due to its inaccessibility and obvious illegal-ness. Folks can log into the deep web via the anonymous web browser called Tor, thus gaining access to websites that sell hitmen, weapons, drugs, credit card information, counterfeit bills, and some pretty disturbing shit. Users of Tor usually visited the Hidden Wiki to find indexed websites in the deep web, or frequented various forums, asking other users where they go to find whatever drug or whoever to kill whomever in the world at a bargain price. That is, until recently.
Deep web users rejoice — there is finally a search engine that searches all of the deep web to find what you need, simply called Grams. Grams (Tor URL: grams7enufi7jmdl.onion) is modeled after Google and helps users search various websites for the best results for buying shit like MDMA, LSD, Facebook passwords, or whatever it is you need.
The anonymous creator of Grams talked to Wired about the birth of the search engine:
I noticed on the forums and Reddit people were constantly asking ‘where to get product X?’ and ‘which market had product X?’ or ‘who had the best product X and was reliable and not a scam?’ I wanted to make it easy for people to find things they wanted on the darknet and figure out who was a trustworthy vendor.
Items on Grams are listed by vendor, price, and location. As of right now, the search engine includes results from sites such as Cloud-Nine, Evolution, Silk Road2, NiceGuy, Agora, Pandora, BlackBank, and The Pirate Market. The creator, who solely wants to be known as gramsadmin, eventually wants to add a program similar to Google adwords, allowing users to purchase their spot at the top of search results.
Folks who want updates on Grams can visit this subreddit, where the creator is constantly updating the status of his search engine. If you want to jump on Grams and buy some crazy shit, download Tor here, and visit grams7enufi7jmdl.onion. But be advised the feds could be potentially watching.