We were on the lookout for another site offering fresh credit card dumps and found ssndob.cc. We didn’t know much about this website, so we wanted to take the time to do a thorough review of it to see what we could find out.
When you first arrive at the site, you aren’t greeted by much: The homepage is only a grey screen with a box to either log in or sign up for an account. We know that simple homepages like this are not uncommon, so we aren’t concerned. We know that it’s on the inside that matters, so we’re going to create an account to see what’s up.
Before we do that, though, we want to know more about who we are dealing with. So we decided to look up the personal details of the site. We found that the IP address is based in California and the provider is Cloudflare. The domain is registered to NETIM, a registrar service that hides the identities of the real owners. While the website was first registered on 2012-06-08, the expiration date is 2019-06-08. This date is quickly approaching, so this is definitely something to keep in mind.
Now that we know more about who is running this show, it’s time to create an account. When you click the button, you’re taken to a screen that asks for your username, password, and email address. This seems simple enough, but that’s where it stops being easy. As soon as we hit submit, we’re taken to a page indicating there was a 502 error, with the error being on the host’s side. This is disappointing, but we’re not going to give up. We decide to try registering one more time, and this time we’re successful.
The next page offers a navigation bar at the top and a drop-down for basic account info and billing, with the rest of the page displaying news, especially concerning updates and bug fixes. The oldest update is from 2015, but more concerning, the newest update is from March 2017. Does this mean the site is outdated? Or are they just really good at keeping bugs at bay?
Before we dig too much deeper, let’s see what kinds of payment methods this site accepts. The only two options available are Bitcoin and Litecoin. Clicking either option takes you to a screen where you can top up your account. Simply indicate how much you’d like to add, and you’ll be provided with the address to which to transfer the currency.
Now let’s explore what’s offered by the site. The options at the top of the page indicate US SSNDOB search, US SSNDOB search history, US SSNDOB history, UKDOB search, UKDOB history, and used SSNDOB. There’s also a link to create a ticket if you’re having any problems. We see now that this site won’t provide us with any credit card dumps, but it will allow us to locate the personal information of those we search for.
As we haven’t made any purchases yet, the history links don’t load for us. However, all the others seem to be working fine. We were able to conduct a few test searches; for example, searching the last name Williams in the UKDOB search brought up five results. When we proceed far enough to make a purchase, the website reminds us that we need to top up our account.
All in all, this site has a very easy-to-use interface with intuitive options. However, we wanted to get a fuller story by seeing what other people had to say about the site. While we couldn’t quickly find any reviews by other users, we did see the site recommended often. It was most often mentioned in tutorials or articles geared towards new hackers. Some of these articles were several years old, so it makes us feel good about the longevity of the site.
Considering all we’ve learned about ssndob.cc, we feel like it’s a reputable and reliable place to track down SSNs, DOBs, and other personal information, from both US and UK marks. We like that it accepts Bitcoin and Litecoin, and we found the website easy to navigate and use. Have you dealt with this site before? If so, please share your thoughts and experience in the comments.