Back in early 2018, I wrote the post DuckDuckGo is not a Dark Web Search Engine in order to shed some light on this subject. It seems that there’s still a lot of confusion over this, unfortunately.
Good morning, fellow dark web explorers (and curiosity-seekers). How are you all? Early on in the course of writing this blog, I wrote a post entitled Deep Web vs. Dark Web…, and attempted to explain the differences between the two. Nonetheless, I feel like I have a much better understanding of that now than I did […]
Unbeknownst to me up until today, there are even more Tor search engines which can help you wade through the “ominous” dark web. Granted, these vary in quality quite a bit. Some haven’t indexed as many links, while others don’t seem to return relevant results (which probably has a lot to do with their search […]
I hear people tossing around the idea that DuckDuckGo is a “dark web search engine” a lot on some of the sites that I write for, so I think this needs clarification. While it is a great clearnet search engine that doesn’t track you (and thus respects your privacy), it isn’t a Tor search engine, […]
In some of my past posts, I’ve mentioned that there are a few search engines on Tor that you can use to find .onion links. These vary greatly in quality, but the main search engine that people seem to use is called “not Evil”: http://hss3uro2hsxfogfq.onion – in previous posts, I’ve referred to it as the “Google of […]
Those of you who’ve used the Tor network probably know that it can be very hard to navigate at times, even when using the different pages that share links. In fact, I too, can relate to this – the first time I used it, I just relied on some of the link lists, which turned out to be semi-disastrous.
Most of the people who ask about the dark web seem to want to see actual links, of course. As I usually say, they may not be as interesting as you think they’re going to be, but occasionally they’re worse! Plus, many of them may be scams – I haven’t vetted most of these personally, […]