The conspiracy theorists claim that the devices are designed to look like real apartment locating services, such as Airbnb, to trick people into renting their apartments and then resell them on the dark web.
But it appears the devices themselves are just plain dumb.
A group of five people from New York City who went by the names of “Hacker2.0” and “Hacking Team” recently took to the darknet to test out their gadgets.
The group’s initial tests were met with confusion when the first device failed to detect the correct address, which would have allowed them to move to another address.
The devices were also unable to identify a building or other public building, which is a common trick used by people to evade police and other security forces.
One of the five Hackers, who went to the name “HackedTeam” on the site, said the device could not detect the location of the apartment and therefore it was not possible to sell the apartment.
They then went to another Hackers address, and the device detected the correct apartment and they could sell it.
“This was a big surprise to me,” said Hacker2.
“I was so excited, because I thought it was real.”
The devices are also not as secure as you might think.
The Hackers said the devices had “multiple layers of encryption, but the information was encrypted through a simple web app.”
They claimed they could get their device working, but that it would take months to get it running.
“It would take a couple of weeks to get a working version of the app running,” Hacker2 said.
“If you were to run the app on your computer, you would have to connect it to a public wifi hotspot and it would not work.”
Hacker2 and Hackers say that the device will not work on Windows, Mac OSX, or Linux.
The device was able to detect a number of apartment types, but they did not provide any other information about them.
The only data they provided is the fact that they had to find an address on the web to purchase the unit.
The data included the location, the building number, the name, and phone number of the address they were looking for.
Hacker2 explained that they are not looking to sell apartments.
“We just want to sell it and get some bitcoins, because we want to build a bitcoin ATM.”
Hacker 2.0 has also offered the devices for sale on the black market for more than $400 on the Dark Net marketplace.
If you want to buy one, there is no price on the market.
The “Hacks” website states that the unit is available for $600 on the Black Market, but there is also a $400 price tag on their website.
“The only way we can do that is to make a real deal,” Hacker 2 said.
Hacker 2 also said they would be interested in making a better, more secure version of their device.
“But we do not want to go out and create a more secure device.
We are going to do it as a DIY project.
If anyone wants to help us, then I would be happy to help them.”