How To Find The Dark Web

  • What is the Hidden Wiki ?

    The Hidden Wiki is an encyclopedia like Wikipedia, is located in the deep web, is one of the most complete guides to access the pages with ‘.onion’ domains, This encyclopedia maintains an index of prohibited portals. This site is characterized by using wiki code and because, although it belongs to a wiki-type project, it has its own domain: «.onion» that would replace the “.com” domain.

    The hidden wiki, URL (Link 2020), this encyclopedia of onion links, is a complete directory of urls and links ONION-TOR, it is part of the hidden wikis on the deep web.

    What content do we find in the hidden wiki?

    • Commercial services: Well here we also find black markets (weapons, ammunition, false documentation and drugs).
    • Anonymity and security: documents with instructions to reinforce privacy in TOR (especially for a sale or transactions of bitcoins).
    • Hosting services: In addition, we also find web hosting services and file storage (images and videos), these services provide privacy and security on their servers.
    • Blogs, forums and boards of images: apart from those dedicated to the sale of products, divided into two categories ‘hacking community and the exchange of images of all kinds’.
    • Email services: These sites provide free and paid addresses, with SSL and IMAP support. In addition, most of them work in IRC or XMPP.
    • Political activism: exchange of censored files, hacktivism and pages to organize political assassinations.
    • Secrets of state and snitches: there is a mirror of Wikileaks and several pages where publish secrets with little activity.
    • Virtual libraries: We can also find books (PDF) with complete information, much of these books distributed illegally.
    • Pages for adults: This is a reality. Where we can find sites of payment and free access without moral limit.

    Navigating the hidden wiki

    If you are thinking of accessing the deep web, the link to the hidden wiki, remember to do it with caution, safely and anonymously using secure browsers.

     

    The Hidden Wiki:General disclaimer

    This hidden website (The "Hidden Wiki") is a community editable directory, and information source.

    The site holds no responsibility for the content uploaded by it's users, for the validity of the information presented here, or for the content of external sites. The administrator(s) of the site does not have the capacity to check and/or validate every link and every information uploaded here.

    Every uploader holds full responsibility for the content he/she uploads. The Hidden Wiki does not verify or mark services in any way. Please bear in mind that anybody can contribute to the Wiki, so just because something is written here, it doesn't necessarily mean it's true.

    While in general, we're asking our users to not link to websites with illegal content on them, this term is relative to the country where the linked website resides in. We cannot check that either. So, it is possible that some of the links you find here can take you to places you'll find inappropriate. It is your responsibility to do your research before using any information here.

    Legality

     

    This website is a community editable public directory, basically a big bunch of links to working .Onion sites. There is no illegal content hosted on our servers. If you find one however, please leave a message about it on the admin's talk page.

    The Hidden Wiki is a 100% free service. It does not, and will not accept payments of any kind. No exceptions. If anyone asks for money (or coins) for their services regarding the Hidden Wiki, it is very likely that he is a scammer, and you will pay for an otherwise free service (or worse: you'll pay for nothing). Pay at your own discretion.

    Real history of the hidden wiki (not fake)

    As a hidden service, the hidden wiki operated through a .onion top-level domain link that can only be accessed using Tor or a gateway. It became very popular among the community of Tor, and was known for its directory of links to sites offering drugs, stolen credit cards, counterfeit identity documents, child pornography, hired cyber attacks, smuggled chemicals and weapons. All directory links were listed on the main page, and the hidden wiki, traditionally had few other pages.

    The hidden wiki was constantly moving

     
    • The hidden wiki started in 2006, then it was with the domain "6sxoyfb3h2nvok2d.onion" and it fell in June 2007, closed by the FBI.
    • Then it was active in the domain "oldd6th4cr5spio4.onion", managed by someone with the alias of Matt, again fell in May 2009.
    • After was active in the domain "kpvz7ki2v5agwt35.onion" was launched by ION and became the most commonly used hidden wiki, which was also known as Ion's Wiki.

    Ion's hidden wiki had frequent down-times, and there were many other TOR hidden service mirrors from the hidden ION wiki, to serve as backup when the main site went down. It is likely that ION has stopped maintaining and managing the wiki in late 2013 or early 2014.

    Operation FBI, against the hidden wiki

    Also in October 2011, the group of hacktivists Anonymous launched Operation Darknet in an attempt to interrupt the activities of child pornography sites that are accessed through hidden services.

    However, Anonymous published a pastebin link that showed the names of Lolita City users that were 1,589 members. Lolita City is a website for child pornography located deep in the web.

    Anonymous also managed to locate the site through the hidden wiki. The website they tracked contained more than 100 gigabytes of child pornography. Lolita City was briefly out of line due to Anonymous’s denial of service attack.

    US state forces. Force to close hidden deep web wiki on March 10, 2014,

    To avoid their imminent closure The Hidden Wiki managers changed their servers and domain. Currently works as an index to access other pages of the same type “.onion”.

  • Deep Web Chat Rooms

    Chat rooms in the deep web are the most famous virtual places. Where users identified by their nickname, meet to chat with others. It is common for chat users (often referred to as chaters) to use pseudonyms or aliases called nick. Also among the users of this type of media are the users who, in chats, forums and other media, write using a language saturated with very short words.

    Chat Rooms, list of updated onion links

    • Deepweb Radio Listen to the sounds of the DeepWeb
    • Wizardry Loads of docs mostly pertaining to computers.
    • Random Chat with strangers on TOR
    • Facebook The real Facebook's Onion domain. Claim not to keep logs. Trust them at your peril.
    • BlackBook Social media site (The facebook of TOR)
    • Dread Biggest and most reliable chat  , runned by the notorious Hugbunter
    • Deutschland im Deep Web Forum German DarkNet Forum
    • SuprBay: The PirateBay Forum Torrents,books,movies etc etc
    • Rutor Russian Forum Board
    • Raddle Forum talking about all kinds off ill shit
    • Mad IRC A hand-crafted IRC client that you can enjoy.
    • The Stock Insiders Welcome to the dark side of Wall Street
    • 8Chan you can create your own imageboard for free with no experience or programming knowledge needed
    • NanoChan Setup your own board
     

    Random Chat

    This site connects random users anonymously. Where they can start chatting, use emoticons in simple format. You also have the option to speak to a known friend; Since it gives you the option to generate a link and you only have to share it with your friend.

    Identification information is not recorded. This site is not persistent, chats are not recorded on hard drives. The records remain in memory until communication is closed, improving anonymity and security. Please note that the site can function without JavaScript enabled and is available from the Tor Network. The source code of the site is available to the general public.

    If you are thinking of accessing and visiting the chat rooms of the deep web, safely and anonymously using secure browsers.

    Rutor

    RuTOR is a forum marketplace just like many other forum marketplaces available on the darknet. The forum is specialized for the Russian speaking regions of the world. The general concept of the darknet forum RuTOR, can be compared in many ways to the other forummarketplace named RAMP or the Russian Anonymous Marketplace. But the design of the RuTOR is far better than that of the RAMP marketplace that makes the website of the former more professional.

    The aim of the RuTOR darknet forum marketplace is to set up threads to each darknet store and it does contain so for separate themes for each shop category. It becomes mandatory for the users of this forum to know the Russian language for proper understanding of the subject in the darknet forum RuTOR. This would also aid in business growth since the vendors in this darknet forum speak in only Russian.

    The registration process to this darknet forum is quite simple and is done in just two steps! The first step of the registration is to choose a username and the password that is followed by the captcha verification. The second step of registration is reading the rules and regulations and then accepting them to proceed further. The darknet forum accepts Bitcoin as the mode of transaction. But the users can come to an agreement of the mode of Cryptocurrency payment with the vendor of the RuTOR darknet forum.

    Facebook

    Facebook unveiled a new .onion address specifically for Tor users last week. It won't make you truly anonymous, but it helps.

    If you want to be truly anonymous when browsing Facebook, this won't make that happen, but Tor is better than nothing. The address, https://www.facebookwkhpilnemxj7asaniu7vnjjbiltxjqhye3mhbshg7kx5tfyd.onion/, uses the Tor network to hide your IP address and mask your location. It also helps users connect to Facebook through Tor without getting their account being flagged for appearing to be hacked and logging in from an unusual location.
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    Complete anonymity isn't possible, especially considering how Tor works and how much data Facebook collects. However, using the new address can boost your privacy and hide your Facebooking from prying eyes, especially if you're already familiar with Tor. Hit the link below to learn more.

    BlackBook

    BlackBook is a quite new and rapidly growing social network dedicated to the dark side of the modern Internet. Here are the special thematic interest groups. A nice option is the ability to keep a variety of blogs. Among other things, there are forums on BlackBook. The audience of the social network is constantly growing. The network is very active, so you can always find interesting content. User-friendly interface can be called another advantage of BlackBook.

    Dread

    Dread is an onion based free speech platform and forum, where you can post, comment and share among tonnes of different communities.
    It was developed with both privacy and usability in mind, choosing to stick to a common user interface to match the likes of Reddit, but without the added security issues that are involved with the use of JavaScript.
    It was developed by /u/HugBunter in early 2018 and launched on February 15th.

     

     

     

     

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