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Darkweb Intro Anonymous 08/15/2019 (Thu) 12:03:20 [Preview] No. 13454
Alright, could anyone give me a basic bitch primer on dark web for little babbies? My knowledge at the moment is limited to Tor, and the onion addresses for the hidden wiki, and the onion address for Endchan. I'm starting to realize given how every site I liked has been shut down, switched domains, DDOSed, put on watchlists, or made 'registration only' on clearnet channels (a sidenote: I would have thought this would have happen to the porn sites I visit, but oddly enough, those are A-OK on clearnet) that I need to go ahead and plan for the future and just move whole-hog to Dark Web. To those who wil say I'm a little late to figuring this out: you're right. Here's what I would like if anyone can supply it:

- What are all the darkweb channels? Tor, I2P, Zeronet, Freenet....am I missing any?
- Any basic tips on general usage/quickstarts for each channel. Pros/cons of each.
- Good starter websites for each. I'm particularly interested in news/forums, and any libertarian websites.

Thank you very much m(_ _)m


Anonymous 08/15/2019 (Thu) 12:27:30 [Preview] No.13455 del
You do realize you have Internet access, right? Like could make a web search like, oh, "Onion links", right? You could also, like, lurk more and browse the archives.


Anonymous 08/15/2019 (Thu) 23:59:51 [Preview] No.13467 del
Check http://darkwebwiki.org/ for dark web links


Anonymous 10/25/2019 (Fri) 15:52:09 [Preview] No.13864 del
>>13455
Did you read the OP? Clearly not.

>>13454
So Tor is basically the most secure because it's the most supported by non fed routers, that said there are enough owned routers to establish a complete chain on fed routers to locate a hidden server. So Tor really only protects users but services are still vulnerable. That's why anons are scrambling to establish a platform that's decentralised to stop censorship. However no anons want to host that shit just in case they get in trouble or are the one to be made an example of. To say Usenet and other newsgroups have run strong since fucking forever it really makes us look like a bunch of dumbshits. NNTPchan was an effective step in that direction but the format and non-centralised nature of it seemed to put off the less technical.
So basically, until hosting has been figured out it's easier to just use Tor to browse clear web.


Anonymous 10/25/2019 (Fri) 21:30:23 [Preview] No.13865 del
>>13864
Sorry for lack of knowledge, but how do you actually use NNTPchan? I don't know if you need to run a node or not to actually use it, or if there is some other method for getting onto it.


Anonymous 07/22/2020 (Wed) 05:54:10 [Preview] No.14271 del
Save time and go straight to Freenet.



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