Hello folks !! As we have already discussed dark web in the previous article, So in this article, I will share information on how to access and navigate the dark web, as well as my personal experiences and thoughts.
But before we start things to bear in mind-
- Don’t click anywhere without knowing what it is.
- Don’t use your regular email or password.
- Don’t download anything from the darknet.
so let’s do it:-
Disclaimer: My dear visitors, this article is only for the sake of education, please do not misuse all the guide given below this may cause some actions on you. if this happens then this blog will not be responsible for that
1. Download Tor Browser from official website
Tor is a version of the popular Firefox web browser, modified to allow users to browse the web anonymously. Tor network hosts onion sites and it is a series of interconnected nodes that allow private and anonymous internet use.
It stands for “The Onion Router,” while sites hosted on the service carry the “.onion” top level domain suffix.
There is a lot of spoof and fake version of Tor browser because of its popularity so you should never download it from any source other than the official website.
You also need to make sure that your browser is always up-to-date else it can leave you vulnerable.
Download Tor from here :-http://torproject.org
2. Use a VPN (Virtual Private Network)
Although no one knows your identity when using TOR, some people like to add an additional layer of protection and connect to TOR via a Virtual Private Network.
The reason for that is even though you’re anonymous, you can still be identified as using TOR for “something”, surveillance entities can see that you are using Tor to do something.
Using a VPN to connect to Tor means that nobody will be able to see that you are using it and is therefore seen as a good solution to this problem.
VPN is optional if you are not doing something more dangerous and using darknet just for fun.
Here are some VPNs:-
- ExpressVPN – Secure and fast. Has a .onion site. Accepts Bitcoin.
- Nord VPN – Zero logs, tons of servers, and strong security.
- Private VPN – Fast, easy, and comes with modifiable Open VPN files.
- Cyber Ghost – Very secure, no logs, and fast.
- IP Vanish – No logging, fast, and great security features.
Also If you are using internet through your mobile you can use a VPN like Orbot: Proxy with Tor. You can download it from the g00gle play store and it is quite amazing and also my favorite one.
If you want to add an extra layer of security, you can install the Tails operating the system.
The Amnesiac Incognito Live System (TAILS) is a unique Debian-based version of Linux that leaves no trace of any user activity – nor the operating system itself – on your computer. It is a live operating system that you can start on almost any computer from a USB stick or a DVD.
It aims at preserving your privacy and anonymity, and helps you to use the Internet anonymously, all connections to the Internet are forced to go through the Tor network.
Download Tails from here – tails.boum.org
Also read : Hack any android on internet
4. Don’t use Tor for g00gle searches
Google collects and stores information such as search queries and cookies on your computer to track your browsing habits.
For the most privacy-conscious of people, Google’s use of Tor should be avoided for this reason.
another search engine like DuckDuckGo is the best search engine for Tor browser. It keeps you safe from tracking and it does not save your personal information.
Now we are all set to visit the Hidden world so let’s do it 🙂
1. The Hidden Wiki
It is an example of a TOR website directory which you can access through a normal browser as well. Keep in mind that some sites have already been taken offline so not all of them will work.
You can visit the Hidden Wiki here
First pirate website in the world to provide mass and public access to tens of millions of research paper. Sci-Hub is a platform with a mission to liberate scientific knowledge from all over the world. On Sci-Hub you will find around 50 million research papers that you can access for free.
Visit Sci-Hub here
Torch is a well-known Tor search engine. However, it doesn’t work as a regular search engine. For instance, using TORCH to search for “Facebook” doesn’t return the Facebook onion site. Rather, it returns a long list of references to a Russian hacking forum. If you use Google to search for Facebook, you end up on the social media site.
Visit Torch here
4. Not Evil
If TORCH doesn’t help you find what you want, try Not Evil. Not Evil works more like a regular internet search and is the successor to Tor Search.
Visit Not Evil here
5. The Hidden Wallet
Knowing that there are tons of things you can buy here, you’ll probably know you have to pay for it as well. This site is sort of like a digital wallet and allows you to transact in Bitcoins. The big difference though is that most digital wallet sites are not anonymous and may even have to comply with financial regulations as well. The Hidden Wallet is… well, hidden.
Visit Hidden Wallet here
It’s really strange that the world’s largest social media platform would have a .onion address, but there you are, Facebook it is. This part of Facebook was supposedly developed by them to cater to those who want a social network that’s anonymous. I’m not quite sure how ‘anonymous’ and ‘social’ work together, but the .onion Facebook claims not to keep logs of user activity.
Visit Facebook here
7. Rent-a-Hacker (Do not believe them ;))
Ever wanted to hack the heck out of someone who pissed you off but has no idea how? Rent a hacker today. This apparent freelancer is selling serious hacking services – if you’re willing to pay a price. Prices start from around 250 Euros for small-time hacking like email or Facebook accounts.
This post was written for educational purposes only. If you wish to use the Darknet, do it at your own discretion and at your own risk. Make sure to be aware of any consequences that may follow.
Most Darknet users will tell you the same thing: do not believe everything you hear. A huge amount of myth and infamy surrounds the Tor Darknet. For the most part, it isn’t true. And if it is true, you don’t want to know about it, see it, and especially not click any link that takes you near it. Whatever “it” may be.
What are your favorite .onion sites? If you have any interesting experiences you’d like to share from your travels throughout the deep or dark web I’d love to hear them in the comment section below !!