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Welcome to The Hidden Wiki
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Tor onion hidden services directory divided by category to be able to find updated links to hundreds of invisible pages.

Editor’s picks

Pick a random page from the article index and replace one of these slots with it:

  1. MyMonero App – MyMonero anonymous online wallet.
  2. Mixabit – Bitcoin mixer
  3. OnionLinks – .Onion link directory.
  4. Bitpharma – Biggest european .onion drug store.
  5. DarkWebHackers – Dark Web Hackers For Hire.
  6. Cardshop – USA CVV KNOWN BALANCE & Worldwide CC & CVV .

Introduction Points

Financial Services

Currencies, banks, money markets, clearing houses, exchangers:

Commercial Services

Anonymity & Security

  • Fake ID Generator – Fake Identity Name, SSN, Driver’s License, and Credit Card Numbers Generator
  • BrowsInfo – Check your anonymity and browser traceability

Blogs / Essays / Wikis

  • Tor Metrics – Welcome to Tor Metrics, the primary place to learn interesting facts about the Tor network, the largest deployed anonymity network to date. If something can be measured safely, you’ll find it here.
  • Deep Dot Web – News website about darknet, drug, and privacy related news.
  • Superkuh – Much information about spectrogram, wireless, and radio.
  • Beneath VT – Exploring Virginia Tech’s steam tunnels and beyond.
  • Tor Against CP! – Free and clean Tor – Tor users against CP!
  • Go Beyond A blog about politics, potatoes, technology, Tor, etc.

Email / Messaging

  • secMail.pro – Complete mail service that allows you to send and receive mails without violating your privacy.
  • Mail2Tor – Mail2Tor is a free anonymous e-mail service made to protect your privacy.
  • Elude.in – Elude.in is a privacy based email service and a Bitcoin/Monero exchange.
  • TorBox – This is a hidden mailbox service only accessible from TOR without connection with public internet.
  • BitMessage – Connects bitmessage and e-mail services. Registration only available using the clearweb link.
  • Protonmail – Swiss based e-mail service, encrypts e-mails locally on your browser. Free and paid accounts.
  • TorGuerrillaMail – Disposable Temporary E-Mail Address.
  • Chat with strangers Talk to random users anonymously.
  • CTemplar – First ever high end fully encrypted tor email service
  • Shielded – Security-focused mailbox hosting with customizable .ONION domain name. Payment by smart escrow (multi-sig contracts or Lightning Network transactions).
  • Ableonion – Random chat with other tor users

Social Networks

  • Connect – Connect is a collective that recognizes and promotes anticapitalism, antiracism, antifascism, antisexism, antimililtarism, and anti-what-the-fuck-ever and the refusal of authoritarianism and hierarchies.
  • Galaxy3 – Galaxy3 is a new, Social Networking experience for the darknet!
  • Torbook 2.0 – The Facebook of Tor. Share your memories, connect with others and make friends.
  • Facebook – The real Facebook’s Onion domain. Claim not to keep logs. Trust them at your peril.

Forums / Boards / Chans

  • Dread – Reddit like website.
  • Torum – Cyber Security Forum.
  • The Stock Insiders – How to Beat Wall Street. The community for exchanging Insider Information about Publicly Traded Companies.
  • The Intel Exchange – Know or need to know something? Ask and share at this underground intelligence gathering network.
  • DNM Avengers – Darknet drug forum with reviews and marketplace discussion.
  • OnionLand – Discussion forum about all the Darkweb markets related topics.
  • Hidden Answers – A site for asking questions and receiving answers on Tor.

Whistleblowing

  • WikiLeaks DeepWeb mirror of the famous Wikileaks website
  • Doxbin – A pastebin for personally identifiable information.
  • SecureDrop – The open-source whistleblower submission system managed by Freedom of the Press Foundation.
  • Active at Darknet Markets? – Onion set up by the Police and the Judicial Authorities of the Netherlands, listing Active, identified, and arrested Darknet Market operators.
  • Cryptome – Archive Government Leaks. Documents for publication that are prohibited by governments worldwide, in particular material on freedom of expression, privacy, cryptology, dual-use technologies, national security, intelligence, and secret governance — open, secret and classified documents — but not limited to those
  • SecureDrop – An open-source whistleblower submission system that media organizations can use to securely accept documents from and communicate with anonymous sources.

H/P/A/W/V/C

Hack, Phreak, Anarchy (internet), Warez, Virus, Crack

  • DarkWebHackers - Dark Web Hackers for hire.
  • Rent-A-Hacker - Hire a hacker for Bitcoin
  • HeLL Forum – HeLL Reloaded is back!
  • RelateList – New era of intelligence.
  • CODE: GREEN – Ethical hacktivism for a better world. Join us and participate in modern world protests!
  • Hack Canada – America is a joke and Canada is the punchline. Old-ish hacking site, hosts a few archives.
  • Hacker Place – Site with several books and resources on software development, pentesting and hacking.
  • WE fight censorship – a Reporters Without Borders project that aims to combat censorship and promote the flow of news and information.

Hosting, website developing

  • TorVPS Shells – Free torified shell accounts, can be used for .onion hosting, IRC, etc.
  • SporeStack API-driven VPS hosting for Bitcoin. Clearnet and hidden Tor hosting.
  • HomeHosting – A system administrator who can set up your private home server
  • Prometheus_Hidden_Services – Payed hosting, provides Virtual Private Server (VPS) with Linux.
  • darknet design — web design (HTML, CSS, PHP) plus graphics design and a few other things.

File Uploaders

  • Just upload stuff – Upload files up to 300MB.
  • ZeroBin – ZeroBin is a minimalist, opensource online pastebin where the server has zero knowledge of pasted data.
  • Felixxx – Felixxx Image Uploader & Pastebin
  • Image Hosting – Upload your images/photos to our free image hosting
  • Image Upload – Multiple file formats accepted.
  • Matrix – Image Uploader&PasteBin

Audio – Music / Streams

Video – Movies / TV

Books

Drugs

Uncategorized

Services that defy categorization, or that have not yet been sorted.

  • IIT Underground – Information on and photos of the steam tunnels and roofs at the Illinois Institute of Technology

Non-English

Belarussian / Белорусский

Finnish / Suomi

French / Français

  • LMP – Le Monde Parallèle.
  • CFM – Criminality French Market V2.
  • NLFZ – No Limit French Zone.
  • DP – Démocratie Participative.
  • FW – French World.
  • DFAS – Dark French Anti System.
  • Trollodrôme – Forum non modéré.
  • FMP – French Market Palace.
  • Serenity – Market Serenity Communauté Francophone du Deep-Web.
  • B4ckBoard – B4ckBoard est un ensemble de supports orienté informatique/hacking.
  • HNT – Hidden Network Team.

German / Deutsch

  • konkret – das linke Magazin: Archiv.
  • MadIRC – Deutscher IRC-Channel.

Greek / ελληνικά

Italian / Italiano

Japanese / 日本語

Korean / 한국어

Chinese / 中国語

Polish / Polski

  • Teczkohen – powrót obrazkowego forum o tematyce stalking.
  • Polska Ukryta Wiki – polski odpowiednik THW.
  • Cebulka Najstarsze działające polskie forum.
  • Fundacja Panoptykon Strona fundacji przeciwstawiającej się coraz powszechniejszej inwigilacji oraz tendencjom nasilania nadzoru i kontroli nad społeczeństwem.

Russian / Русский

  • Зеркало библиотеки Траума – Бесплатная библиотека. Обложки, поиск и возможность скачивать в форматах FB2, HTML и TXT.
  • РосПравосудие – крупнейшая картотека юристов, адвокатов, судей и судебных решений (50+ миллионов документов, 35+ тысяч судей, 65+ тысяч адвокатов, сотни тысяч юристов, прокуроры). «РосПравосудие» – аполитичный и независимый проект.
  • China Market – китайский маркет. Всегда свежие поставки из Китая: каннабиноиды, MDMA кристаллы, экстази, LSD. Доставка без пересечения границы, есть представители в России, Украине и Казахстане. Автоматическое оформление, оплата и получение заказа. Методы оплаты: Bitcoin, Qiwi, Приват24, наличкой через терминалы.
  • Скрытые Ответы Russian Hidden Answers.
  • Rutor – главный форум черного рынка.
  • Схоронил! Архив magnet-ссылок.
  • Флибуста – Библиотека.
  • Веб Хостинг в сети TOR – Apache, PHP5, MySQL, SFTP Access, xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx.onion Domain, Bitcoin server.
  • Russian Road – Торговая площадка для русскоязычных пользователей.

Spanish / Español

Portuguese / Português

  • Tudo Sobre Magia e Ocultismo – Site sobre Magia,Ocultismo,Esoterismo e Mitologia.
  • Hidden Answers pt – Respostas Ocultas – Hidden Answers for Portuguese-speakers.
  • [1] – Terminal Internet Livre – Internet Freedom for Portuguese-speakers.

Swedish / Svenska

Hidden Services – Other Protocols

Volunteers last verified that all services in this section were up, or marked as DOWN, on: 2011-06-08
For configuration and service/uptime testing, all services in this section MUST list the active port in their address. Exception: HTTP on 80, HTTPS on 443.
For help with configuration, see the TorifyHOWTO and End-to-end connectivity issues.

P2P FileSharing

Running P2P protocols within Tor requires OnionCat. Therefore, see the OnionCat section for those P2P services.
IMPORTANT: It is possible to use Tor for P2P. However, if you do, the right thing must also be done by giving back the bandwidth used. Otherwise, if this is not done, Tor will be crushed taking everyone along with it.

Chat centric services

Some people and their usual server hangouts may be found in the Contact Directory.

IRC

Use e.g. ChatZilla add-on for the IRC protocol (the Tor Project does not suggest installing browser addons unless you understand the risks), or a standalone client such as HexChat. Tails comes with Pidgin, which will work for IRC as well.

plaintext ports: 6667
plaintext ports: 6667; ssl: 6697
plaintext ports: 6667
running on lechuck.hackint.org; ssl ports: 9999; no plaintext ports
ssl ports: 6697; no plaintext ports
plaintext ports: 6667; ssl: 6697
plaintext ports: 6667; ssl: 9999
  • Nazgul – free for all IRC network
plaintext ports: nazgul3zxuzvrgg6.onion:6667
ssl ports: irc.nazgul.io:6697 __undefined__ (SSL)
  • OnionIRC – New, censorship-free IRC server.
plaintext ports: 6668
plaintext ports: 6667; SSL ports: 6697
  • Smokey’s Grill – General chat IRC. Doesn’t allow plotting the abuse of other people.
plaintext ports: 6667

  • Anonimowy IRC – Anonimowy IRC (Polish anonymous IRC server) __undefined__
plaintext ports: 6667; ssl:6697
running on kropotkin.computersforpeace.net; ssl ports: 6697; no plaintext ports
running on: (various).oftc.net, ports:: plaintext: 6667 ssl: 6697
plaintext ports: 6667; ssl: 6697
All of these direct to zelazny.freenode.net and allow plaintext port 6667 as well as SSL ports 6697, 7000, and 7070.
 

Below is a list of DEAD irc servers from Anonet:

SILC

  • fxb4654tpptq255w.onion:706 – SILCroad, public server. [discuss/support]
  • <protect>Silkroad 2.0 – The new silkroad. Biggest marketplace for drugs on the Darknet. (Bitcoin)</protect>
  • kissonmbczqxgebw.onion:10000 – KISS.onion – Keep It Simple and Safe – ditch the web browser, use SILC to communicate securely (using Pidgin with OTR)

TorChat Addresses

Humans are listed in the above contact directory. Bots are listed below.

  • 7oj5u53estwg2pvu.onion:11009 – TorChat InfoServ #2nd, by ACS.
  • gfxvz7ff3bzrtmu4.onion:11009 – TorChat InfoServ #1st, by ACS

SFTP – SSH File Transfer Protocol

These SFTP clients work with Tor: WinScp, FileZilla. Set proxy to SOCKS5, host 127.0.0.1, port 9150 (Windows,Mac) or 9050 (Linux). Encrypt your sensitive files using GnuPG before uploading them to any server.

  • kissonmbczqxgebw.onion:10001 – KISS.onion – SFTP file exchange service (username “sftp.anon”, password “anon”)

OnionCat Addresses

List of only the Tor-backed fd87:d87e:eb43::/48 address space, sorted by onion. There are instructions for using OnionCat, Gnutella, BitTorrent Client, and BitTorrent Tracker.

  • 62bwjldt7fq2zgqa.onion:8060
    • fd87:d87e:eb43:f683:64ac:73f9:61ac:9a00 – ICMPv6 Echo Reply
  • a5ccbdkubbr2jlcp.onion:8060 – mail.onion.aio
    • fd87:d87e:eb43:0744:208d:5408:63a4:ac4f – ICMPv6 Echo Reply
  • ce2irrcozpei33e6.onion:8060 – bank-killah
    • fd87:d87e:eb43:1134:88c4:4ecb:c88d:ec9e – ICMPv6 Echo Reply
    • [fd87:d87e:eb43:1134:88c4:4ecb:c88d:ec9e]:8333 – Bitcoin Seed Node
  • taswebqlseworuhc.onion:8060 – TasWeb – DOWN 2011-09-08
    • fd87:d87e:eb43:9825:6206:0b91:2ce8:d0e2 – ICMPv6 Echo Reply
    • http://[fd87:d87e:eb43:9825:6206:0b91:2ce8:d0e2]/
    • gopher://[fd87:d87e:eb43:9825:6206:0b91:2ce8:d0e2]:70/
  • vso3r6cmjoomhhgg.onion:8060 – echelon
    • fd87:d87e:eb43:ac9d:b8f8:4c4b:9cc3:9cc6 – ICMPv6 Echo Reply

Bitcoin Seeding

Instructions

  • xqzfakpeuvrobvpj.onion:8333
  • z6ouhybzcv4zg7q3.onion:8333

Dead Hidden Services

Do not simply remove services that appear to be offline from the above list! Services can go down temporarily, so we keep track of when they do and maintain a list of dead hidden services.

  • In addition to an onion simply being gone (Tor cannot resolve the onion), sites that display 404 (and use a known onion/URL based hosting service) are the only other thing that is considered truly DOWN. Presumably the account is gone.
  1. If a service has been down for a while, tag it with ‘ – DOWN YYYY-MM-DD’ (your guess as to when it went down).
  2. If a tagged service on the above list of live hidden services has come back up, remove the DOWN tag.
  3. If a tagged service is still down after a month, please move it (along with the DOWN tag) to the list of dead hidden services.
  • The general idea of the remaining four service states below is that, if the Hidden Service Descriptor is available, and something is responding behind it… the service is considered up, and we track that fact on the Main Page. If any of these subsequently go offline, append the DOWN tag and handle as above.
  1. Hello world’s / statements, minimal sites, services with low user activity, etc (while boring)… are listed as usual.
  2. Broken services are those that display 404 (and do not use a known hosting service), PHP or other errors (or they fail silently)… any of which prevent the use of the service as intended. They also include blank pages, empty dirs and neglected status notes. Presumably the operator is in limbo. Broken services are tagged with ‘ (reason) – Broken YYYY-MM-DD’ (your guess as to when it went broken)
  3. Services that automatically redirect to another service (such as by HTTP protocol or script), have their redirection destinations noted in their descriptions. These are tagged with ‘ – Redir YYYY-MM-DD’ (your guess as to when it went redir)
  4. Sites that are formally closed via announcement are tagged with ‘ – Closed YYYY-MM-DD’ (your guess as to when it went closed.
  • Is Online that HiddenService? This service is very useful in determining whether onions are up or not. It also gives a reason why they are down.

Sites on this list that have no chance of coming back (LE takedowns, dead for some time) should be archived to page dead services just in case they should ever be needed.