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Guide on how to find the darknet or deepweb

If you are searching for ways to enter the Darknet or the Deepweb then you need to read this how to on finding the active darknet websites on the internet. Before we start you need to understand what the darknet or deepweb is. The darknet are pages which have not been indexed by known search engines like Yahoo or Google. The reasons behind it can be various, one of the main reason is that the administrator of the page did not allow the website to be indexed. Another reason could be the protocol which the page is running on.

The easiest way to enter a darknet realm is by using the TOR browser which is a application that supports anonymity. The TOR application is used by a wide range of people. We have listed them for you so you will have a insight on what you can find on the darknet:

  • Hacktivists
  • Journalists
  • Refugies
  • Criminals
  • Secret networks

So now you have a clear insight on who is active on the darknet we will continue to how to find a darknet website. As I explained earlier the most pages on the darknet do not allow themselves to be indexed by search engines – this does not mean that humans are not able to index the pages on the darknet.

There are some search engines that have indexed some realms of the darknet:

  1. – Tor Hidden Service .Onion Search
  2. DeepWebLinks

Alright, now that you have found the way on how to find the darknet, we will continue on how you can enter the darknet.

Go to the TOR website and install the TOR browser application, do take your time to read the documentation provided on the TOR project website. Once you have installed the application simply copy and paste on of the urls from the search engine into your TOR browser so you will be able to enter the page on the darknet.

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  • Scott “SFITCS” Ferguson

    Nice story – but it overlooks a couple of things.

    Tor is only one “Darkweb” protocol – at best it’s grey. TCP “Darkweb” where admins use robots.txt to stop search bots is barely grey (many bots ignore robots.txt, others use the nocrawl sections of robots.txt as a guide on what to index).

    Amongst the actual “Darknets” are corporate and government agency TCP networks and Freenet.

    Freenet is the major non-government/corporate Darkweb – so far unbreached by government agencies, and only partially indexed. Blackest of all are the “invite” only sections of Freenet which are unindexable by design (even their existance can’t be indexed.

    And yes there are other “Darknets” that are also “invite only” and use obscure protocols – some are not even reachable via the “intertubes” so traffic to and from them can’t even be detected by ISP DPI.

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