Let's have Tor Thread Post links that still work. Torch: Tor Search Engine http://xmh57jrzrnw6insl.onion/ DuckDuckGo http://3g2upl4pq6kufc4m.onion/ The Hidden Wiki http://wikitjerrta4qgz4.onion/ TorChan zw3crggtadila2sg.onion/imageboard/ Imperial Library http://xfmro77i3lixucja.onion/ Sigaint http://sigaintevyh2rzvw.onion/mail/ Library(Good stuff) http://3cpleimu2getp5q7.onion/library/ Shells http://jq77mc73wz5wuawt.onion/ The Tin Hat | Privacy Guides and Tutorials http://qza32xuddl3guikc.onion/index.html TorFlix http://jl4m7ubpotnu2yos.onion/ Mail2Tor http://mail2tor2zyjdctd.onion/ The Secret Story Archive http://tssa3saypkimmkcy.onion/ OnionDir http://auutwvpt2zktxwng.onion/?cat=6 :3
>>3481 OP here Any news on The Uncensored Hidden Wiki? Last one was http://trfn4cs6mqo2yfbz.onion/wiki/index.php/Main_Page And the backup link is dead http://trfn4cs6mqo2yfbz.onion/
This one turns your computer into a bomb http://uxouqjt723evmhaj.onion
>>3487 kek Is this supposed to kill your RAM? noice website
>>3488 Depending on your software you might get lockups and yeah it will consume your memory until you can manage to kill it. This is why most browsers won't let you browse to port 19.
On some websites I get some stupid "Attention Required!" shit with an purposely impossible captcha. Why?
>>3490 That's cloudflare locking you out for using Tor. They hate freedom and privacy.
>>3491 What in the world is the point of that?
>>3492 To either force you to use it over the clear or not use it at all.
>>3491 This, and the captcha doesn't even work
>>3489 who the fuck is gonna visit that? why even make that , just to fuck people using tor?
>>3497 You just reminded me to turn that back on. Bots gorge on it all day long and generate tons of pointless encrypted traffic out of my connection for the NSA to store in their gigantic faggot datacenter. Or prank your friends with it, whatever.
You must be trying to intimidate me, because I don't understand why you would be so bold as to pull the attack rather than just lay low satisfied with the privilege of being my exit node. Or perhaps you're just bored... ?
>>3523 fear not, vigilance is all that is necessary
I understand it's bad to use tor and not tor on the same computer, but is it bad to use tor while other computers use the same wifi to access the clearnet?
>>3537 Why is it bad, exactly? With source please.
>>3538 Don't torrent over Tor Torrent file-sharing applications have been observed to ignore proxy settings and make direct connections even when they are told to use Tor. Even if your torrent application connects only through Tor, you will often send out your real IP address in the tracker GET request, because that's how torrents work. Not only do you deanonymize your torrent traffic and your other simultaneous Tor web traffic this way, you also slow down the entire Tor network for everyone else. https://www.torproject.org/download/download.html.en#warning For torrents, you may end up giving out your real IP. I assume it's the same for any other program you use on that computer.
>>3539 I am aware of this, but what I think >>3537 meant is that one shouldn't browse on TOR and on a non-TOR browser at the same time. I am interested about opinions on this.
>>3540 There shouldn't be any issues as long as your activity on the clearnet can't be correlated to tor activity, like by doing stupid things like signing into an account over tor through the clear. I could imagine that it also might make it easy to accidentally put something into the clearnet browser you meant for tor.
>>3540 I figured it would just be good practice, similar to that. Any would be peeping-tom could see what you are doing on the clearnet, know you're on tor also, and possibly use that information to get something about your tor session.
>>3542 You really shouldn't do it. You might not make a mistake the first thousand times you do it, but eventually you will make a retarded mistake. You'll be a bit tired, and you'll mistake your regular browser for your tor browser and do something stupid. This type of mistake is how lots of hackers get caught. Thinking they're using tor when they're not.
>>3543 >This type of mistake is how lots of hackers get caught. Thinking they're using tor when they're not. Dry runs and traffic analysis are essential when stepping into unknown territory. Many programmers never considered that their software might be used with Tor and therefor that software may be difficult to use or outright incompatible with Tor.
What's an upload site that works with tor? All seem to require JS.
Jhb3yqahbj27hscy.onion 3z7rlgb6sec575un4.onion gurochanocizhuhg.onion >Black Market >12chan uploader >Gurochan
>>3612 wait is 12chan back?
>>3612 Not sure if you're responding to me with that uploader site, but to make it clear I'm interested in a clearnet site that works with tor.
uncensored hidden wiki?
>>3619 not working.
>>3644 It is now.
This new hiddenwiki? http://uhwikiwww4e4a2fc.onion/wiki/index.php/Introduction_Points
>>3481 Does torchan still work? I get a lot of errors when trying to browse there. I hope it still does. If not, here's a nice node for nttpchan. It's pretty asciipunk. http://ucavviu7wl6azuw7.onion Here's one that looks a bit nicer, though I prefer the first one. http://oniichanylo2tsi4.onion
Anonymous material Twitter clone http://tokumeiobg3bqngg.onion/ http://pjsbhxst4sqb7ije.onion/
>>4018 Torchan /b/ doesn't work. Other boards maybe.
>>4018 > shilling nntp - dead - chan kys
>>3548 This is why you should use something like Whonix. Anything you install in your workstation has two options: 1) Go through Tor 2) Go nowhere It's literally impossible to have leaks when working inside the workstation.
>>4022 All of torchan except for images is working for me
http://www.pcmag.com/news/344993/tor-projects-jacob-appelbaum-resigns-amid-sexual-assault-al With tor going down, or already compromised, what are good alternatives?
>>4058 i2p seems promising.
>>4061 Wanna describe it some?
Would you say that uBlock Origin and uMatrix are safe to use with the tor browser?
>>4084 This is a great question, I personally don't use tor for anything illegal, so I use a block plus. This here is a great read about it.. http://tor.stackexchange.com/questions/4480/is-it-safe-to-use-adblock-plus-with-tor-browser-bundle
> 4085 I'd assume as open source software they would be okay, but at the same time I'm not checking the code myself and I don't know what kind of APIs there are to check what extensions a user might have installed.
OP here Any news on The Uncensored Hidden Wiki? Last one was
If you see this, this imageboard permits anonymous Tor posting without "Anon ID".
Is orbot and orfox safe for downloading?
>Uncensored Hidden Wiki duckduckgo 'topic links 2.0' one of the first results is a pastebin containing the link, working uhwiki is linked there
>>4127 Yes. Its tor for android. As far as trusting android, that's questionable..
What forums do you guys use on the deep web? Here's a good reference for explicit sites. http://es2adizg32j3kob5.onion/
add .to to go to tor site without tor, i dun know why you would do that but you still have the info
>>4148 http://boysopidonajtogl.onion/ http://gjobqjj7wyczbqie.onion/
http://gxamjbnu7uknahng.onion/wiki/index.php/Main_Page >Uncensored Hidden Wiki http://52wdeibt3ivmcapq.onion/contents.html >Books
>>4373 >(temp off time UTC 5am-5pm) >Time of work all time, except UTC 5am-5pm temp off(work only for DONATERS).
>>4373 >XXXPTHC Gallery Get the fuck outta here pedo.
>>4386 Not spam.
>>4387 But it links directly to CP galleries. And they're accessible right now.
>>4546 It's the exact same link as you posted last month in >>4545 . Also, only fools click on random TOR links, especially here. There are links that can brick your computer by overheating it, if clicked. Nobody should click your link in a million years.
>>4547 Nah, didn't see it. Not my post. Also, how are you going to know which links bring you to the site you want if you don't click it?
>>4548 >Nah, didn't see it. Not my post. Also, how are you going to know which links bring you to the site you want if you don't click it? What site? You didn't even post a title name for your link - you just went "Here: Have a shady ass link.". It's like a guy offering you candy in an alley, except you don't even tell them it's candy - you just go "Here you go. Here's a little thing for you. Just put it in your mouth and swallow, because how else are you going to find out if it's poison or not, if you don't swallow it? You gotta use your big brain skills, see?".
>>4549 It looks like its topic links 2.0 according to >https://pastebin.com/zCn0aYrb >Topic Links 2.0 — Redirect Service >Topic Links 2.0 has moved to Onion Services version 3: >http://esujseqqoy3qqgb4y2yyj2gy2oygljnbb5ppn2festxllgusp4hmnmqd.onion/ >You may read our signed announcement for more info. >------------------------------------------------------------------------------- >-----BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE----- >Hash: SHA512 >New official HSv3 addresses >===========================
>>4550 >Dear Community, >Finally, we have new official HSv3 addresses! >The HSv3 system seems to be working as it should now! The issues we experienced in the past were all related to a scalability bug, which has been fixed in tor v3.5 (source). >Also note that HSv3 addresses have become default in Tor v3.5. >This is our new official v3 address: >http://esujseqqoy3qqgb4y2yyj2gy2oygljnbb5ppn2festxllgusp4hmnmqd.onion/ >This is our new archive v3 address: >http://nmk4khklmyj2g2d2jysffctrlgseqwqs5hiw7oef25vwq6psb7sujhid.onion/ >Our official HSv3 mirrors will stay the same and continue to operate like before.
>>4551 >Our new official HSv3 address will run in parallel with our legacy address for a short while, after which our legacy address will turn into a redirect service only. >We suggest that you bookmark and change to our new HSv3 address as soon as possible! >Stay tuned for more announcements in the near future, and stay safe! >Admin, >Topic Links 2.0
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