Anon-IB Revenge Porn Site

UPDATE:

The Dutch police took the ‘revenge porn’ website Anon-IB completely offline on Wednesday. The website contained explicit images of mostly women  without their approval. In addition, child pornography was regularly allowed on the website.

The police confirm that the website has been removed from the net, but stated they would give more details tomorrow. According to the AD, Anon-IB is registered in the Seychelles, but the servers are in the Netherlands.

As of April 25, 2018 visitors to the site were met with this:

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“Cybercrime teams from the Dutch police have seized the Anon-IB forum in an ongoing investigation concerning criminal offenses,” read the new site. “More information concerning this investigation will be made available on April 26, 2018.” Later Wednesday, the sites had been taken down entirely.

This takedown included all of the Anon-ib websites.  Anon-ib.co, Anon-ib.ru, Anon-ib.su, Anon-ib.tv, and several others were included in the takedown. Unfortunately, after years of fighting Anon-ib for our clients, it is hard for us to believe they are gone for good. For years Anon-ib has changed hosts and servers. They would be down for a few days and then pop back up. Nevertheless, we are ECSTATIC that the websites are down at least for now. Victims: If your private images that were on Anon-ib are still appearing in the search engines, use the Outdated Content Removal Tool to have those removed so they no longer show. Click the icon below to access each search engines outdated content removal tool.

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Anon-IB was the most notorious revenge porn website online. There were hundreds of victims posted to anon-IB each day. That is an astounding number of people who were posted to the website without their consent. If you aren’t already aware of what anon-IB is, it was a revenge porn website providing a platform for perpetrators to post their ex-boyfriend’s or ex-girlfriend’s private images without their consent. The site was used to publicly shame the ex in the worst way possible. The users were allowed to post anonymously and supposedly their posts weren’t traceable. Anon-IB wasn’t the only revenge porn site but it was one of the largest and more popular sites. What’s more disturbing is that the perpetrators were allowed to post personal identifying information about the victim including their home address, workplace, Facebook profile, and other personal data for the world to see. The victim was rarely able to get the profile removed by contacting the site owners. In most cases they were completely ignored. There have been other instances where the site owners requested a “proof” image. They requested the victim to take a picture of themselves holding up a sign with the date written on it, or in stranger situation they asked that the sign have “anon-ib” written on it. Do not send them more images in an effort to get your posted images removed. It isn’t necessary.

If you are a victim of non-consensual pornography and need the posts removed, please use our contact form below. We will need you to provide the link where your images appear so that we may run a free search. The search will allow us to locate other sites publishing your images, if they exist. There are many copycat “takedown companies” but research will easily show you that DMCA Defender is the most trusted source for revenge porn victims since 2011. We guarantee our services with our 100% money back guarantee. We were one of the only companies with a 100% success rate in anon-IB and myex.com removals. Thankfully both of those websites have been seized now! We have helped thousands of revenge porn victims and we can help you too. If you are currently underage, please do not hesitate to contact us. We will have the post removed at no charge to you if you are under the age of 18 years old. We will also assist you in reporting the post to the NCMEC (National Center for Missing and Exploited Children) using Cybertip reporting if you choose to do so.