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ogical base) has one ready to download.Be careful. Keep in mind that the anonymity of the Tor network makes it a haven for criminals and hackers. A few things to keep in mind:You have to be careful when entering any dark web link. Before entering the Tor network, shut down most other programs or apps. Download and use a VPN (Virtual Private Network) for added security. Don’t forget there are hidden pages. Surfing Tor isn’t easy. Aside from being isolated from the everyday internet, most of the Tor network isn’t indexed, rendering it invisible to search engines. In essence, the network is populated by hidden websites. Yes, search engines exist on Tor, but their reliability is questionable. DataProt, a website dedicated to advising on cybersecurity, has a great looking infographic explaining how Tor works. Tor sometimes has websites made exclusively for the network. These usually come as onion links with the “.onion” domain. To find the best dark web links on Tor, you have to use a website list – just like the one below. Here are ten cool dark web links to paste into your Tor browser today!The Hidden Wiki is usually presented as your one-stop-shop for dark web links. That’s not the case. Many of the links present in The Hidden Wiki are of dubious (if not criminal) nature. Many more don’t work. As far as resources go, it’s somewhat useless. Which is why we recommend Daniel.Daniel’s website lists 7,000 .onion addresses. They are separated into several categories to make browsing easier. Moreover, Daniel’s site has an in-built test functionality. This means you can have the website check if any given Tor website is online. The list shows the last time a website was checked and whether it was online. This makes Daniel’s website an excellent first step in exploring Tor.ProPublica is an investigative journalism outfit. Their 2016 reporting on sexual abuse won the Pulitzer Prize that year. ProPublica is accessible on the “clearnet” – that is, the regular internet you’re using right now. Yet it also maintains a Tor website. Accessing it via a Tor browser gives you a layer of anonymity and security, as well as allows you to bypass country blocks. As a bonus, ProPublica is one of the most polished web experiences you’ll have on the dark web. It’s also not the only one to have a dark web link: you can also use Tor to read The New York Times and other news sites or use their SecureDrop integration for whistleblowing purposes.3. Ahmia – for those who want a Tor search engine http://msydqstlz2kzerdg.onion I still maintain that going into Tor without having dark web links already in your hand is a fool’s errand. But some people insist on search engines, and several Tor engines do exist. I’m going to recommend Ahmia. While it’s hard to tell which engine works the best, Ahmia presents itself as a hidden service search engine, and that’s what it does. It also works to remove child abuse content from their search results, which is both the morally right thing to do and a good service for those who want to trawl the dark web.4. DuckDuckGo – search the clearnet securely and without trackinghttps://3g2upl4pq6kufc4m.onion Google collects a lot of your information. Its search results tend to be biased. DuckDuckGo, however, was built on the idea of not collecting user data. The results that this search engine shows you are always neutral. It’s similar to the Surfshark Search feature offered by Surfshark. You’re most likely to find DuckDuckGo useful outside of the dark web. Indeed, it doesn’t search for Tor websites. This is a bit of a bummer since the popular Tor search engines are all ugly and uncomfortable to use. DuckDuckGo has a presentation similar to Google. And unlike the Tor search engines, it won’t lead you to quite so many illegal websites after a simple search.5. Riseup – tools for activists and organizershttp://nzh3fv6jc6jskki3.onionRiseup provides email and chat services that keep no records of your activity. It is also protected from malicious attacks. It also has no intention of cooperating with any government – unlike, say, Google. Riseup supports the causes of “human liberation, the ethical treatment of animals, and ecological sustainability.” That’s why Riseup also provides organizational tools, mailing lists, and more. However, knowing the dark web link isn’t enough – you need an invitation code to create a Riseup account. But you can still browse the security section! It has excellent tips on how to add a dash of information security to your daily life.6. Hidden Answers – ask what you want in anonymityhttp://answerszuvs3gg2l64e6hmnryudl5zg
rmwm3vh65hzszdghblddvfiqd.onion Hidden Answers is one of those dark web links that keep making their way onto these lists. The reason for that is simple. Hidden Answers is the dark web version of Quora, Yahoo Answers, and Reddit. Once you access the site, you’ll soon notice that the questions on Hidden Answers touch upon a variety of topics. When people have the ultimate anonymity the internet can offer, they still ask where your nickname comes from – or would you have your head cryo-frozen after death.7. Tor Metrics – explore the statistics of the dark webhttp://rougmnvswfsmd4dq.onion The dark web is a curious subject: it’s not that easy to use, and it seems to be popular among shady people. But what if we put all that activity into numbers?Tor Metrics is the website that measures who and where uses the network. Surprisingly enough, about 20% of daily users come from Russia. The US is in second place, with around 18% of the share. Aside from revealing just how widely not-used Tor is (data suggests barely more than 1.5 million daily users), you can also see the scope of the network. Metrics record slightly more than 60,000 unique .onion addresses.We already established that many of the dark web links you find on link aggregators are offline. Thus, it paints a picture of the tiny world of Tor websites.8. ZeroBin – the secure way to share your pasteshttp://zerobinqmdqd236y.onion Just like clearnet, Tor has its utility websites. ZeroBin is one of them. If you use the Tor network regularly, you will want a way to share stuff with your dark web friends. ZeroBin allows you to do that with complete safety and privacy. One of its selling points is that even ZeroBin servers don’t know what you pasted. The data encryption takes place on your browser before it goes to the server. Options for sharing include password protection. And, of course, the pastes will be deleted sometime later.9a. Imperial Library – the fun dark web libraryhttp://xfmro77i3lixucja.onion Tor website lists like to harp about Sci-Hub. They miss two vital points: it’s down (at the time of writing), and a clearnet version exists – you don’t need Tor to use it.Sci-Hub is mostly useful for academic types who know the PMID, DOI, or URLs of papers they want to access. At the same time, websites like the Imperial Library of Trantor store stuff that’s interesting to the broader public. Imperial Library is a public depository of scanned books. As a bonus, it’s administered by a guy with a Riseup email address. To date, nearly four hundred thousand books have been uploaded.9b. Comic Book Library – reading comics but on the dark webhttp://r6rfy5zlifbsiiym.onion Interested in comic books instead? There’s also the Comic Book Library, with entries dating back to the 1930s. Of course, like any such effort, the scans are of dubious legality.10. Tunnels – explore the literal university undergroundhttp://62gs2n5ydnyffzfy.onion http://74ypjqjwf6oejmax.onion And for the end, a slice of something completely different. Some of the more famous Tor websites are about exploring the tunnels in American universities.Infrastructure like that is both dangerous and illegal to access. That’s why urban explorers hosted their blogs on Tor. It also helps that said universities are heavily tech-related. IIT Underground – focused on Illinois Tech – is the smaller of the blogs. Beneath VT – that’s Virginia Tech – is more prominent. It provides more details on the tunnels as well as the dangers associated with them.The websites are a step above the usual Tor website design, too. They still look like something from the early aughts, though.The threats lurking in the dark webThe dark web is the Wild West of the internet – exciting to explore but can also be dangerous. Here are some threats you might run into:Scams. Since most of the websites are non-indexed and unregulated, the probability of running into scams is much greater. This is especially true if you’re trying to purchase anything illegal or questionable. Why? Because “Excuse me, officer, but the drugs I ordered on the dark web were never delivered to me” is a poor alibi. And even if you’re getting something that’s not illegal, there’s no reason for a vendor to ever remain in the dark web. In short, it’s bad for traffic and sales.Malicious software. Keyloggers, ransomware, phishing malware, and other types of malicious software are more common on the dark web. This happens because there are fewer rules for website quality. They often come with poor encryption standards (http) and get universally marked as suspicious by normal browsers. Simply visiting a website like that could get you into trouble with malware.Government monitoring. Sadly, the same goes for many Tor-based websites. Anything illegal or deemed potentially harmful by your local government is usually closely monitored. Simply visiting such a website could get you into trouble with authorities.That’s why, even if you use The Onion Router, it’s a good idea to use Tor over a VPN.Beef up your internet privacy even moreSo if you want to experience the dark web, these Tor websites are a good starting point. But you should be aware of the security dangers involved in using the Tor network.The fact that you’re using Tor is not hidden from your ISP’s (Internet Service Provider) records. Keep your Tor browsing a secret by using Surfshark (it’s called Tor over VPN)! If necessary, it can even hide the fact that you’re using a VPN.Secure your data with a VPNBrowse the dark web privatelyGet Surfshark!Written byPijus JauniškisA privacy worrier with a knack for translating tech stuff into human languageRate and share this articleHand picked related articlesHow to use Tor, and is it safe to access the dark web?Aistė Jokšaitė in Cybersecurity, Internet Security2022, March 9 · 10 min readUsing Tor over a VPN: What, why and how?Pijus Jauniškis in VPN, Must-knows2021, January 6 · 7 min read
Privacy is a human right, which is why Proton makes all our services available for free. We believe everyone should be able to express themselves and choose what happens to their data, regardless of where they live or their ability to pay.Unfortunately, authoritarian governments that try to limit the right to privacy and freedom of speech often attempt to block ProtonMail. It has happened in Turkey, Belarus, and Russia.Often, you can use ProtonVPN, our free, no-logs, open-source VPN service, to bypass these internet blocks, but in the face of advanced and persistent internet censorship, Tor remains one of the most effective solutions.Proton becomes a Green Onion MemberTor’s work closely aligns with our vision of building a better internet where privacy is the default. In fact, the Tor Project, the organization that developed the Tor Browser and oversees the Tor network, helped us launch the first version of the ProtonMail onion site (websites on the Tor network are called “onion sites” because .onion is the top-level domain used on the Tor network) back in 2017.Sadly, more and more governments are turning to internet censorship or shutdowns to control their citizens. This has made Tor, with its anonymous browsing and ability to bypass advanced internet blocks, a vital tool for fighting censorship. That is why we are pleased to announce that Proton now supports the development of Tor as a Green Onion Member. This will allow us to work closely with the Tor Project team and improve your experience on the Proton web apps over Tor.Access ProtonMail, Proton Calendar, and Proton Drive with the updated Tor siteAs part of this collaboration, we have implemented a major update to the ProtonMail site, and have added Proton Calendar and Proton Drive Tor sites. You’ll enjoy a redesigned and easy-to-use inbox, calendar, and file storage while benefiting from Tor’s enhanced privacy protection.More importantly, you can now sign up for your Proton account directly on our onion site, making it even easier for anyone to use Tor to bypass censorship and set up a Proton account.With the new update to the Proton Tor site, you can use ProtonMail, Proton Calendar, and Proton Drive over Tor with the same convenience as our regular web apps.Learn how to access the ProtonMail Tor siteWhile this level of anonymity is not necessary for everyone, it can be a lifeline for people if their government is implementing advanced censorship measures or if they are being targeted by hackers. Deciding the level of protection you need when using the internet is a part of determining your threat model.The fight for a better internetAt Proton, we believe everyone should be able to use the internet and express themselves without worrying about censorship or surveillance. Joining the Tor Project as a Green Onion Member is part of our work towards this goal. Our close collaboration with the Tor Project and our updated onion site will provide more ways for people facing advanced online surveillance and censorship to access our services.