The Dark Web isn’t a place for everyone but it’s worth exploring some parts of it. For those who may be a little faint of heart and yet have stuck with us in our Dark Web Tourist Guide, we have list down more than 100 Tor websites for you on this page.
Caution: Before You Dive In…
It is important that you understand that many things on the Dark Web are highly illegal. No matter what precautions you take, being able to stay anonymous is highly unlikely.
Be sure to take the appropriate precautions. Subscribe to a VPN service (try ExpressVPN, NordVPN or SurfShark) and make use of their secure servers, use a private browser (Tor), and make sure you have a disposable email address (try Temp Mail) handy in case you need one.
The Safe List – 20 Best Tor Sites for “Tourists”
1. The Hidden Wiki
This is a fantastic site to visit if you’re really new to the Dark Web. Much like the real Wikipedia, The Hidden Wiki has tons of information and links you can jump through to really get to know the Dark Web. It is one of the stalwarts among .onions and doubtless will remain so for many years to come.
.onion link: http://zqktlwi4fecvo6ri.onion/
2. Dream Market
Now you have a way to sign up for things (anonymous email) and also pay for them (anonymous Bitcoin), wander over to Dream Market and browse the goods. This is one of the smaller .onion marketplaces and that’s probably why they are still in operation. The FBI has been conducting sweeps across the Dark Web to stamp out illegal trade and many famous marketplaces such as Silk Road have gone under.
.onion link: http://lchudifyeqm4ldjj.onion/
3. 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 many even have to comply with financial regulations as well. The Hidden Wallet is… well, hidden.
.onion link: http://nql7pv7k32nnqor2.onion/
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.
.onion link: https://www.facebookcorewwwi.onion/
5. Impreza Hosting
Don’t trust your local web hosting company with your .onion site? Not to worry, the Dark Web has something for every paranoid being on earth! Impreza offers secured and anonymous web hosting. You can host your website as a hidden service on the Tor network for as low as $8.00 per month. A random .onion domain will be assigned to your package.
.onion link: http://imprezawcjntsdf2.onion/
6. Buy Bitcoins at Blockchain
Bitcoins help you remain anonymous, so its great for Tor users. So why not access this site directly via a .onion link? What makes this site more unique than some others is that it has a HTTPS certificate for its .onion address!
.onion link: https://blockchainbdgpzk.onion/
7. Report Oppressive Policing
You’ve heard of the term whistleblower? That when people report on the misdoings of others, usually a large corporate. So why not have a site for reporting on excessive policing or surveillance? With the help of Hermes Center for Transparency and Digital Human Rights, Netpoleaks allows anyone to stay anonymous and submit sensitive information.
.onion link: http://owmx2uvjkmdgsap2.onion/
Just as Google has its competitors so dues DuckDuckGO. TORCH is a very simple and minimalistic search engine you can try out of you every get sick of the friendly duck.
.onion link: http://xmh57jrzrnw6insl.onion/
9. Tor Shops
Tor Shops is the website builder for dark web. Create your own .onion web store with Tor Shops and they even come with Bitcoin integration! From as low as $100 in setup fees, you can have your own web store on the dark web – just pay a fraction of your income from the store.
.onion link: http://shopsat2dotfotbs.onion/
ExpressVPN is a premium VPN service (read our ExpressVPN review here) that has given many users privacy protection over the years. Its strong network of secure servers simply scream anonymity and to back that up they have a dark web-based version of their site as well.
.onion link: http://expressobutiolem.onion/
Ever wanted to hack the heck out of someone who pissed you off but have 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.
.onion link: http://2ogmrlfzdthnwkez.onion/
12. Apples 4 Bitcoin
Ever wanted an iPhone of Macbook but insisted on paying in Bitcoin? There’s an option here for you as well, but model types and numbers are limited. All phones come factory unlocked and can work anywhere in the world.
.onion link: http://tfwdi3izigxllure.onion/
13. The Campfire
Go back to the days of Internet Relay Chat (IRC) and you’ll meet The Campfire, it’s modern incarnation. This English-language site offers chatrooms and brands itself as the virtual gather-round-the-campfire-and-chat place.
It’s meant to be family-friendly, so no trolling for porn, sex, drugs or other weird .onion stuff here please!
.onion link: http://campfireagz2uf22.onion/
For those who believe in independent journalism, the dark web has a rather unique publication of sorts. ProPublica is place for those who dare to challenge abuse of power, corruption, and the sort. They are completely non-profit and have a dedicated onion URL you can access using the Tor browser.
.onion link: http://campfireagz2uf22.onion/
If you’re looking for a no-frills email service provider that is exactly the opposite of Gmail, Bitmessage is there for you. It’s free and doesn’t bombard you with ads and does not track you with Google Analytics or the like.
You’ll get an email address to use and in fact, you can use this on the openweb as well. Most people of course come here with the comfort of Tor to make use of their hidden service. It has many features similar to a lot of other openweb mail service providers.
.onion link: http://bitmailendavkbec.onion/
16. ESCROW Service
If you’re looking for a safe (?) way to trade on the Internet, have no fear, there are also options for you. Much like the way a lawyer can hold funds in escrow, so you ESCROW service. It even deals in Bitcoin so that everything is anonymous.
Trade to your heart’s content and all they ask is a modest 1.5% transaction fee. They will make sure you can inspect the shipped items before releasing your funds and offer third party dispute resolution in case the deal sours.
.onion link: http://escrow3e7meryzm5.onion/
17. Wasabi Wallet
Wasabi Wallet is yet another BitCoin wallet that is available for multiple platforms. It also has a .onion URL for those who truly seek the ultimate in anonymity. It treats privacy seriously, so even if you are not using that URL, all their network traffic is run through Tor by default.
Everyone needs some space on the web sometimes and SecureDrop is exactly that. However, it’s a little more as week, since it was designed to allow whistle blowers a way to submit stuff to media companies anonymously.
Interestingly, this site is now owned and operated by Freedom of the Press Foundation. All data is encrypted and there are no third-party connections anywhere in the process. It’s really completely anonymous!
.onion link: http://secrdrop5wyphb5x.onion/
Sci-Hub’s claim to fame lies in its open access allowance to a ton of research papers. It has managed to amass a collection of more than 81 million papers (even those under copyright) that have been painstakingly written by researchers and field experts on various topics.
.onion link: http://scihub22266oqcxt.onion/
Last but not least – DuckDuckGo – the go-to search engine when you are on Tor network. DuckDuckGo does not track its users and serves non-personalized search results. Based on the company’s study, approximately 60 million people use DuckDuckGo to search online in (as of June 2020).
.onion link: https://3g2upl4pq6kufc4m.onion/
Wild Wild West: The Not-so-Safe Onion Sites
For research purposes we have curated more than 100 .onion websites on the dark web, you can refer to the list below for their addresses.
WHSR is not affiliated with any sites published on this list nor do we encourage the engage in illegal activities of any nature.
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