List of Tor hidden services
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- 1 Hidden services by category
- 1.1 Commerce
- 1.2 Communications
- 1.3 Culture
- 1.4 File storage
- 1.5 Financial
- 1.6 Linux distributions
- 1.7 Government
- 1.8 Hidden services directories, portals, and information
- 1.9 News and document archives
- 1.10 Whistleblowing / Drop sites
- 1.11 Nonprofit organizations
- 1.12 Pornography
- 1.13 Search engines
- 1.14 Social media and forums
- 2 See also
- 3 References
- 4 External links
Hidden services by category
- Agora (defunct)
- Atlantis (defunct)
- AlphaBay (defunct)
- Black Market Reloaded (defunct)
- C'thulhu – An assassination group that advertises a variety of services, including rape, "underage rape," maiming, bombing, crippling, and murder apparently run by former French foreign legionnaires
- Dream Market
- Evolution (defunct)
- The Farmer's Market (defunct)
- Hansa (defunct)
- Sheep Marketplace (defunct)
- Silk Road (defunct)
- TheRealDeal (defunct)
- Utopia (defunct)
- Lelantos, a defunct private and secure email host
- Tor Mail (defunct)
- SIGAINT (defunct)
- Free Haven – A distributed anonymous file storage system that places focus on persistent availability of data. The MIT students' work on the project led to collaboration with DARPA to develop Tor.
- Freedom Hosting (defunct) – Formerly the largest Tor-specific web host, until the arrest of its owner in August 2013.
- KickassTorrents, a BitTorrent tracker (defunct)
- The Pirate Bay, a BitTorrent tracker
- SporeStack - Allows for small, disposable servers to be purchased anonymously with Bitcoin.
- Blockchain.info, a popular bitcoin blockchain explorer service.
- BitBlender, a popular cryptocurrency tumbler. It was hacked in October 2014, but stayed open with the admin promising to pay back lost bitcoins by dropping their commission.
- Bitcoin Fog, a cryptocurrency tumbler.
- Bitmixer.IO, a cryptocurrency tumbler.
- Helix, a cryptocurrency tumbler.
- Fund the Islamic Struggle without leaving a trace – site claiming to solicit Bitcoin donations for Islamic terrorism since 2013. A fake version was once seized by the FBI during Operation Onymous.
- Debian (static Web content and package repositories)
- Whonix – Debian-based security distribution
- National Police and Public Prosecution Service of the Netherlands — official hidden service about darknet market takedown operations.
Hidden services directories, portals, and information
- All You're Wiki – a wiki similar to The Hidden Wiki additionally featuring static content
- The Hidden Wiki
- TorLinks – a static index of .onion links still around from the earlier days of Tor
News and document archives
- Doxbin (defunct)
- The Daily Stormer
- The New York Times
- Wikipedia (accessible only via telnet)
Whistleblowing / Drop sites
- Independent Media Center
- The Intercept
- Filtrala, a Spanish whistleblowing initiative operated by Associated Whistleblowing Press
- Ljost, an Icelandic whistleblowing initiative operated by Associated Whistleblowing Press
- NawaatLeaks, an Arabic whistleblowing initiative operated by Nawaat
- WildLeaks, a wildlife-crime whistleblowing initiative operated by Elephant Action League
- Cruel Onion Wiki – a hidden service wiki featuring sexualised torture and killing of animals.
- Lolita City (defunct)
- Pink Meth – a hidden service featuring revenge porn, driven to Tor from the clearnet by legal action, the site was shut down in Operation Onymous, only for an archive to later return. In October 2015 it was reported that someone may be trying to make the archive interactive once more.
- Ahmia, hidden service search
- Onion Link, a clearnet based search engine which features its own Tor2web implementation to allow direct site access via the .onion link domain.
- Sci-Hub, search engine which bypasses paywalls to provide free access to scientific and academic research papers and articles
- The Pirate Bay
- TORCH, a hidden search engine which scans lists of .onion addresses to build its indexes
- TorSearch, the first hidden service search engine launched in October 2013 based on spidering a Hidden Wiki
Social media and forums
- 8chan – an imageboard
- Chinese dark web – one of the very few Mandarin Internet forums. Launched in October 2014 the forum encourages free discussion and trade with Bitcoin similar to the Russian Anonymous Marketplace. The site does not have much illegal activity but has featured discussions about creating improvised explosive devices.
- facebookcorewwwi.onion – Facebook
- HackBB (defunct)
- Hell, a notorious hacking and scamming forum. It shut down for 2 weeks in July 2015 following May's Adult FriendFinder hack. It returned some time in early 2016.
- The Hub
- TorBook – social network
- Tor Carding Forum (defunct)
- Russian Anonymous Marketplace(defunct)
- Assassination market
- SecureDrop, a secure communications platform for use between journalists and sources. The first implementation was The New Yorker's Strongbox website.
- Tor2web, clearnet to hidden service software
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- Helms, Kevin (15 January 2017). "Deploy Servers Anonymously with Bitcoin from the Command Line". Retrieved 21 August 2017.
- Claburn, Thomas (19 January 2017). "SporeStack: Disposable, anonymous servers, via Bitcoin and Python". Retrieved 21 August 2017.
- White, Mike. "Deep Web Bitcoin Mixer's Recent Hack Restarted The Debate Of Darkcoin Vs Trusted Mixers and Trusted Mixers Won". Retrieved 8 August 2015.
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- Cox, Joseph (26 February 2015). "Is the Islamic State Using Bitcoin? That's the Last Thing We Should Worry About". Retrieved 11 August 2015.
- Cubrilovic, Nik (17 November 2014). "FBI seizes fake Tor hosted Jihad funding website as part of Operation Onymous, leaves up real site". Retrieved 11 August 2015.
- The Debian Project (Debian System Administrators) (30 July 2016). "DSA announces Debian static websites are now available as Onion services". twitter.com. Software in the Public Interest. Retrieved 31 July 2016.
DSA announces Debian static websites are now available as Onion services. The list of services may be found on https://onion.debian.org .
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- Tor Project (20 Jan 2016). "Our friends La Quadrature Du Net now provide a #Tor onion service! lqdnwwwmaouokzmg.onion". twitter.com. Retrieved 21 January 2016.
- Un Garage (1 Jun 2017). "Reminder, LQDN sites are available on Tor: Searx: searchb5a7tmimez.onion Etherpad: lqdnpadpys4snom2.onion Website: lqdnwwwmaouokzmg.onion". twitter.com. Retrieved 1 June 2017.
- Cox, Joseph (11 November 2014). "As the FBI Cleans the Dark Net, Sites Far More Evil Than Silk Road Live On". Retrieved 3 August 2015.
- Markowitz, Eric (10 July 2014). "The Dark Net: A Safe Haven for Revenge Porn?". Retrieved 3 August 2015.
- Gilbert, David (10 November 2014). "Pink Meth Revenge Porn Darknet Website Shut Down by FBI in Operation Onymous". Retrieved 4 August 2015.
- Cox, Joseph (29 June 2015). "Revenge Porn Returns to the Dark Web". Retrieved 3 August 2015.
- Cox, Joseph (14 October 2015). "Someone Is Trying to Bring Back the Most Infamous Dark Web Revenge Porn Site". Retrieved 14 October 2015.
- Paganini, Pierluigi (23 February 2015). "Onion.City: Access the Deep Web From A Browser". Retrieved 15 October 2015.
- Stockley, Mark (18 February 2015). "Onion.city – a search engine bringing the Dark Web into the light". Retrieved 15 October 2015.
- Van der Sar, Ernesto (21 November 2015). "Sci-Hub, BookFi and LibGen Resurface After Being Shut Down". TorrentFreak. Archived from the original on 22 November 2015. Retrieved 16 January 2016.
- Andy (31 December 2015). "Pirate Bay is Back to Square One After Months of Domain Hopping". TorrentFreak. Retrieved 16 January 2016.
The TOR/Onion address uj3wazyk5u4hnvtk.onion should also be fine longer term but it’s hardly the most memorable set of digits for anyone to recall.
- Alex (7 August 2015). "Mass 'Dark Web' Scanning With PunkSPIDER". Retrieved 8 August 2015.
- Koetsier, John (10 October 2013). "TorSearch launches to be the Google of the hidden Internet". Retrieved 8 August 2015.
- Couts, Andrew (11 October 2013). "TorSearch makes finding the next Silk Road a lot easier". Digital Trends. Retrieved 8 August 2015.
- Cox, Joseph (25 February 2015). "What Firewall? China's Fledgling Deep Web Community". Retrieved 3 August 2015.
- Cox, Joseph (18 May 2015). "The Chinese Deep Web Takes a Darker Turn". Retrieved 3 August 2015.
- Facebook (2014, October 31). Facebook Protect the Graph blog. Retrieved 31 October 2014
- Kamath, Maya (22 July 2015). "HELL hacking forum on Dark Web just went to hell". Retrieved 6 August 2015.
- Stone, Jeff (6 August 2015). "Dark Net Hacking Forum 'Hell' Returns Months After Adult Friend Finder Breach". Retrieved 6 August 2015.
- Franceschi-Bicchierai, Lorenzo (4 January 2016). "The Dark Web Hacking Forum 'Hell' Is Back Online". Retrieved 10 January 2016.
- Sharma, Rakesh (14 April 2015). "What is the Deep Web and How Does It Work?". Retrieved 29 August 2015.
- Strongbox. The New Yorker. Retrieved 15 November 2013.
- Biryukov, Alex; Pustogarov, Ivan; & Weinmann, Ralf-Philipp. (2013). Content and popularity analysis of Tor hidden services. ArXiv.org (Cornell University Library). Retrieved 15 November 2013.
- Davidson, Amy. (2013, May 15). Introducing Strongbox. The New Yorker. Retrieved 26 December 2013.
- Guide to Tor hidden services and elements of the Tor network at Wikibooks
- Real-World Onion Sites on GitHub
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