Winner of the 2019 European Security Blogger Awards for "Best new cybersecurity podcast"
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Winner of the 2018 Quartz Casties for best Technology episode

Runner up in 2018 Discover Pods award for the best Technology podcast
Discover Pods


"Neatly edited and charmingly presented by Jack Rhysider, the podcast does occasionally stray into nerdiness, but it’s chock-full of real-life examples of when our virtual lives fail."
The Guardian


"Darknet Diaries delves into the cybercrimes that are happening right under your nose. Some of these may hit a little too close to home: Cover your laptop camera, throw that iPhone in the river, and hang out in that weird no-reception corner or your home."


One of the top 10 podcasts that stood out in 2018.
"Here’s a true-crime podcast with no blood, no bodies. Jack Rhysider’s investigation of privacy hacks, data breaches, and cyber crime will leave you wondering why there aren’t more hacks, breaches, and cyber crime." Vulture


"Darknet Diaries is very much in the vain of This American Life, where storytelling is mixed with investigative techniques to provide a strong narrative with real people at its core."
Irish Times


"Rhysider’s hypnotic narration and deep expertise creates results that are never less than gripping."
New York Times


"Indie true crime podcast, Darknet Diaries, dives deep into the types of crimes that hit very close to home right now. The technological aspect is explored in depth and in an accessible fashion for all listeners with stellar production values."
Discover Pods


100 Outstanding Podcasts of 2018
Bello Collective


"The amount of explanation is just enough for any listener to dive in without feeling out of their depths in jargon. Each episode is riveting while also feeling like a cautionary tale."
Wil Williams


Episode 17 "Finn" was adapted and featured on the podcast Snap Judgment.
Snap Judgment



"Not bad."