What is Doxbin?
Doxbin is a document sharing and publishing website for text-based information such us dox, code-snippets and other stuff, you know the drill, feel free to paste whatever you want. There are no limitations on what info you can post as long as it's not spam or violating international or your local laws. For example, kiddie porn links, your mothers creditcard and any support of terrorism is not allowed here. Doxbin is not your personal army, nor your personal slam page.
What is the history of Doxbin?
Doxbin was a dox pasting archive located on Tor for anons, hackers, and other assorted irc faggots to go around and flex their abilities.
Unlike the other skid-fake doxbin versions running on BlazingFast boxes with .TK domains based on the github doxbin version nachash thrown everywhere, which go offline after 2-3 days,
we stand for the highest availability possible. We will stay here regardless. If that requires to switch network or staff in background, we'll do so. Your submitted doxes will stay up.
The famous Doxbin was owned by Nachash, who left the scene quite a while ago and the twitter handle @loldoxbin is controlled by some other fucker now, not going into further details.
Intangir a.k.a antichrist from LizardSquad located in the Netherlands, was the co-admin of the old onion-land doxbin.
The old onion-land Doxbin back in the day, was allegedly created by some 808chan.org retard and close friend of r000t (Blair Strater), the most bullied kid on the internet.
Shortly after this guy cut aids and autism, he gave the whining heroin addict Hann a.k.a troof, root on the doxbin box.
Hann then proceeded to do nothing useful and instead IRC'd from the box and got it nulled.
With his unnacceptable events occurring and massive IRC drama around Hann, the former doxbin owner decided to resign and handing over doxbin to Nachash.
Nachash and his co-bitch Intangir stepped in the game with overtaking the site and bringing doxbin to it's real thing on the onion-land.
For site visitors:
IPs are not retained in the access logs (In fact, even if someone tcpdumped everything, it would just show a bunch of traffic coming from 127.0.0.1)
Access logs are only kept for up to 48 hours.
The only "real" info we get in the logs is your user agent string.
Sample log entry:
[28/Oct/2018:23:46:52 +0000] "GET / HTTP/1.1" 200 664 "https://doxbin.org/" "Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 6.1; en-US; rv:126.96.36.199) Gecko/20100401 Firefox/3.6.3"
Doxbin is completely legal so long as you are not obtaining this information illegally, whether that be via 'hacking' computer systems to obtain it, or stealing it in person. (Can anybody prove it? Not unless you brag about it)
Anything you post can be archived via archive.org and/or archive.is.
We, the staff of Doxbin, are provided immunity from all legal action held against anything uploaded to Doxbin.
Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act
Section 230(c)(1) provides immunity from liability for providers and users of an "interactive computer service" who publish information provided by third-party users:
- No provider or user of an interactive computer service shall be treated as the publisher or speaker of any information provided by another information content provider.
The CDA applies to malicious doxing by creating a liability shield for us here at Doxbin and thus removing a potential pathway to being busted.