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The Deep Web can now welcome its very own Google for illicit activities. The search engine, called Grams, was launched in Beta last week and allows its users to fulfil all their illegal cravings through searching black markets on the Tor networks.

From guns, drugs and stolen credit card numbers to fake IDs and hitmen you can literally find anything your black heart desires.

The interface looks pretty much exactly the same as Google, sporting the same bright colours and even featuring its own ‘I Feel Lucky’ button. However the affiliation ends there. Gram’s administrators have also promised more Google technology such as reviews and AdWord searches to follow.

Grams runs through the underground Tor network, allowing users to search for their contraband of choice away from prying government eyes.

The engine currently searches eight different black markets, including Agora, BlackBank, C9, Evolution, Mr. Nice Guy, Pandora, The Pirate Market, and SilkRoad2.

Gram’s creator, known only as Gramsadmin (assumedly to avoid the same fate as Silk Road’s Ross William Ulbricht) announced the opening on reddit last week. He explains how he hoped to fill a gap in the black market during a chat session with Wired. “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.”

If you’re a brave soul into srs internet bsns, you can access the search engine through the Tor client using grams7enufi7jmdl.onion.

Happy searching!

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