Monday, July 25, 2011

Beginners guide to Deep Web or Darknet

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The "Deep Web" or "Darknet" is a collection of un-indexed pages, meaning you can't find all of them by searching. A recent estimation concluded that there are 600 terabytes of information in the darknet.
To Learn how to access Dark Net or Deep Web on Android, please read:
How To Use Tor On Android.
Any website that ends in ".onion",are hosted as Tor hidden services – a completely anonymous way to host websites. They’re part of the deep Web – an invisible part of the Web that’s not visible to search engines and normal users. It’s full of websites for users obsessed with privacy and anonymity online.

Some of the seedy underbelly of the Web is located here, too, although many of the websites are probably scams, hoaxes, or just traps designed to catch people buying illegal services. There are good uses for .onion sites, though– for example, a political activist in a repressive country or a whistleblower could use a .onion site to upload and share sensitive data or communicate anonymously.

This page is only accessible through the TOR browser (From the Browser bundle pack). The page can take up to 10 seconds to load (Possibly more), this page, is "The Hidden Wiki" A collection of links to other un-indexed pages that make up the deep web. Now some of the stuff on the deep web can be disturbing, it's not for the soft of heart, and another note is to block your webcam with tape, it's been known that hackers can view you while you browse.


Accessing Onion Sites
Firstly, you will need a special program called "Tor" which will allow you to view these pages, Tor, according to popular belief is just an anonymizer that helps keep you hidden, in contrast it's a helpful tool to access these hidden webpages.
You can find the Tor here.

After downloading the Tor browser bundle, run the .exe file to extract it and double-click the “Start Tor Browser.exe” file in the extracted folder.


Tor will connect and launch its included browser.


Tor doesn’t introduce you to .onion sites when you start using it – it just provides an encrypted way to access the normal Web. To get started with .onion sites, you’ll have to be aware they exist and know their locations. One easy entry point is Core.onion, located at eqt5g4fuenphqinx.onion – remember, you’ll need a Tor-enabled browser to access these links.



The Tor Directory link will take you to a directory of .onion sites, which you can browse by category or search. There’s also a link to talk.Masked, an anonymous post board for anonymous discussions.





The Hidden Wiki
The Hidden Wiki is theoretically located at this address, although it’s down at the moment. If it’s still down for you, you can access a mirror of the hidden wiki instead.


The wiki is a sorted index of active .onion sites by category, but don’t believe everything you read on it. It’s likely full of scams, hoaxes, and other fiction. That said, you could access some very disturbing imagery from here, so be careful what you click.


TOR PM/Email

There’s also a link to TorPM, a popular email-like private messaging system for Tor users.

The deep web is also a flourishing market for various illegal and legal items, but they don't use USD to pay for the items, they use an internet currency called "Bitcoins" More on that here.

Some pages of the deep web are not listed on the wiki, if you go to the tor2web.org site and click on the right "Google" link they'll show a few more sites, but most of the sites are only found if someone gives you the link.

Have fun and NEVER post your personal informations to Deep Web!

30 comments:

  1. good info..there is some real shitty information about wikileaks and whistleblower in darknet

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  2. yeah and the guide for all the illegal things too..damn good..

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  3. how can i get all the .onion links?

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  4. Some can be found using google dork, But you can't find them all unless someone gives you the link.

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  5. always have something interesting to read..

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  6. I learnt how to grow marijuana..

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  7. where can I buy bitcoins from?

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  8. Get them from here:
    https://en.bitcoin.it/wiki/Buying_bitcoins

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  9. Wikileaks Website on Darknet:
    https://sx3jvhfgzhw44p3x.tor2web.org/

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  10. to search on WikiLeaks use google dork:
    "Search Term" site:https://sx3jvhfgzhw44p3x.tor2web.org/

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  11. to search on WikiLeaks use google dork:
    "Search Term" site:https://sx3jvhfgzhw44p3x.tor2web.org/

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  12. Wikileaks Website on Darknet:
    https://sx3jvhfgzhw44p3x.tor2web.org/

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  13. Get them from here:
    https://en.bitcoin.it/wiki/Buying_bitcoins

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  14. where can I buy bitcoins from?

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  16. does any one else have a problem now using the link above??

    last week its was fine but i cant use darknet have the feds stopped it? tor runs fine on linux and xp/

    but i cant use the link above for the hidden wiki link main page.

    does any one have any other links please?

    or any advice to fix this problem many thanks

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  17. I suppose hidden wiki is down but there are lots of images of it all over the darknet. check it out, you'll find it.

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  18. i think this info should be hidden. cause watch now some people will get caught and darknet be blamed for stupidity.and the gov will keep tabs on the only thing supose to not be watched by praying eyes. when this gets big that the gov has to watch ull see it just become like google lol. or deepnet will be a regular browser. o and make sure ur remote accses is turned off i manage to get in peoples comp like this.just kidding or am i .

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  19. Be very careful about using exit nodes to view the deepweb. Exit nodes are those addresses that have are a seemingly scrambled number of letters followed by tor2web .to or .exit. There may be more. If you use an exit node to access the deep web you sacrifice anonymity. Considering the no holds barred philosophy of the deepweb this is not advisable. Install the tor software preferably the vidalia software and secure your anonymity

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  20. I would like to compliment the author of this article, it was very well written & informative, and the best direct explanation i read compared to other short articles; simple yet intriguing.

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  21. would anyone here be interested in giving me more information about the deep web? i'm researching this for a project, dont want to actually access and download it, i'm too faint-hearted. would just like an informed guide to what goes on. also, would like to know more about snuff films, anyone actually seen these? want to establish whether it really is an urban myth, i know of serial killers filming their murders but don't know whether snuff films are regularly made and circulated for entertainment/ profitable purposes?

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  22. You can find more on the subject at wikipedia.

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  23. nice information, is darknet dafe?

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  24. yes it is safe until you try to sell your information on it.

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  25. wow!!! ive already checked most of the links and its quiet disturbing to watch , the cp ,,beheading people,, and endless info , but id rather leave it and not knowing that sort of stuff . tc!

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    1. Yeah, Darknet is rife with disturbing as well as useful things.

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  26. I wrote nearly everything above!

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  27. my GOD. i love this shit. i love you SIDHARTH KHATRI. fucking awesome info. please write more. especially about darknet sites that leaks information from governments, etcetera. :D thanks!

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  28. I really have to say this is the same crap everybody says "download TOR etc.." nobody says a thing about all the links that don't work and all the forums you have to join so far the only people who really could use this are child molesters. But mostly just lame stuff.

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