Links to sites for the Tor Browser

Link to Hydra site mirror - hydra2web.cm

Link to Hydra via Tor: hydrarulqno4hoio.onion

Link to Hydra site mirror - hydra2web.cm

Link to Hydra via Tor: hydrarulqno4hoio.onion

The dark web is that mysterious part of the Internet that most people can only reach using the Tor Browser. Sites with a domain in the ".onion" zone exist only in it, they cannot be opened in regular browsers. However, the Tor browser allows you to visit all of these services, and also gives you a fairly significant level of anonymity.

When the topic of the Darknet appears in the news, most people immediately associate it with something illegal. There are countless stories of "dark markets" where you can buy anything illegal: weapons, documents, stolen goods. There is some truth in this, but quite often these stories are exaggerated and do not correspond to reality.

Usually the more positive and useful things that you only find on the dark web are never mentioned. In this article, we want to show that there are many useful projects on the Tor network that can make your life easier. We have collected the best links to sites for the browser so that you can visit these resources personally and make sure that the Darknet is not always about something bad.

Some on this list are pretty serious, while others are a little funny. Enjoy your journey through the Darknet! Still not sure how to get into the Darknet? You can read our detailed instructions on how to access the dark web.

  • Attention! Safety First
  • Section 1. Search Engines for the Thor Browser
  • Hidden Wiki
  • DuckDuckGo
  • Ahmia
  • Section 2. Email for Tor Browser
  • ProtonMail
  • SecMail
  • Mailpile
  • Mail2Tor
  • Riseup
  • Section 3. Education
  • Sci-Hub
  • Imperial Library
  • Comic Book Library
  • Section 4. News Sites and Media
  • BBC
  • ProPublica
  • SecureDrop
  • Forbes
  • Reuters
  • The Financial Times
  • SoylentNews
  • Section 5. Finance and cryptocurrencies
  • Bitcoin and other crypto wallets
  • Section 6. Commercial services in the TOR network
  • Section 7. TOR Social Media
  • Facebook
  • Hidden Answers
  • The Hub
  • Smuxi
  • < li> The Dark Lair
  • Galaxy3
  • Section 8. Web Hosting and Communication
  • Kowloon
  • Black Cloud
  • Riseup Etherpad
  • Onion Containers
  • Chen Hosting
  • Real Hosting
  • Liberty's Hackers
  • Daniel's Hosting
  • Section 9. Hostings for hosting sites in the .onion zone
  • Section 10. Various interesting sites on the Tor network
  • Deep Web Radio
  • Tor Metrica
  • CIA website
  • Warning
  • In conclusion

Attention! Safety first

If you risk venturing into the deepest wilderness of the darknet, it is wise to take some security measures. Since this network is unregulated, there is an increased risk of malware infection and cybercriminals who can easily steal your data.

Make sure you have antivirus installed and that you are using a VPN. VPN is optional, but highly desirable. It encrypts and protects all of your Internet traffic, thereby helping to keep your private information safe and secure against certain forms of cybercrime.

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