5 Awesome Dark Web Links

If you're looking for dark web links, you probably know about Tor - The Onion Router.

Some Tor sites are built specifically for the web. These usually appear as onion links with a ".onion" domain. To find the best dark web links on Tor, you must use a list of sites - like the list below. Here are five cool dark web links to paste into your Tor browser today.

1. Daniel - all the dark web links you're looking for


Daniel's site lists 7,000 .onion addresses. They are divided into several categories for easy browsing. In addition, Daniel's site has a built-in testing feature. This means that you can have the site check if any given Tor site is online. The list shows when the site was last checked and whether the site is online or not. This makes Daniel's site a great first step in exploring Tor.

2. ProPublica - investigative journalism about Tor


ProPublica is an investigative journalism organization. ProPublica is accessible on the "clear net" - the regular Internet you use today. However, it also maintains a Tor website. Accessing it through the Tor browser provides a layer of anonymity and security, and allows you to bypass country/region blocking.

As a bonus, ProPublica is one of the most sophisticated web experiences you'll ever have on the dark web. You can also use Tor to read the New York Times and other news sites, or to report using their SecureDrop integration.

3. Riseup - a tool for activists and organizers


Riseup offers email and chat services that do not log your activity. Unlike Google, it is also protected from malicious attacks and has no intention of cooperating with any government.

Riseup supports the cause of "human liberation, ethical treatment of animals and ecological sustainability". Riseup also provides organizing tools, mailing lists, etc.

Riseup supports the causes of “human liberation, the ethical treatment of animals, and ecological sustainability.” Riseup also provides organizational tools, mailing lists, and more.

But knowing the dark web link is not enough - you need an invitation code to create a Riseup account. But you can still browse the security section! It offers excellent tips on how to add a little information security to your daily life.

4. Hidden Answers — ask your questions anonymously


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 touch on various 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.

5. Tunnels — explore the literal university underground



Some of the more famous Tor websites are about exploring tunnels in American universities.

Infrastructure like that is both dangerous and illegal to access. That's why urban explorers host their blogs on Tor. 

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.

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