The #Tor Guide for Hidden Services And Staying #Anonymous


Thank you for viewing the guide. All the links I posted are safe for viewing, as I stated. Please remember to use Tor with caution. DO not use any of your identities or names. Make a new one if necessary.
Most child porn sites are openly advertised. Memorize the beginning of certains links to know where to go and where not to. Do not stray into a domain you do not recognize. Ask an Onionland community that you trust beforehand.

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Because location-hidden services do not use exit nodes, they are not subject to exit node eavesdropping.
You can NOT GET V& using Hidden Services because Hidden Services run internally and do not require exit nodes. The only people who have gotten sniffed are the people who downloaded a fake version of Tor. Anonymous sniffed who went to Loli City and Hard Candy and wrote down their real IPs. I just want to clear this up. All traffic inside the network is encrypted. If you use the clearnet, you are using exit nodes, and you can be subject to suffering an attack. Most clearnet providers are perfectly safe. The majority are run by really cool guys who just want to help you browse the web with liberty. Don’t be stupid in Onionland. You’re only as safe as you’re weakest link.
UPDATE: For further discussion on potential Tor exploits or security faults, read this: http://zw3crggtadila2sg.onion/imageboard/fbi/res/481.html. Use Tor to connect to it.

For a secure environment, use Tails or Liberte as an OS. They’re a variation of Linux and perfect for Tor browsing. Windows security is an oxymoron; if you must use it, download an anti-virus. I suggest Kaspersky. You can also get Keyscrambler Pro from 1337x.org. It’s a great tool to prevent keylogging.

If you’d like to get on IRC, OnionNet is a provider offering this.

I’ll be using XChat (Linux version) to demonstrate a way to get on the IRC servers successfully. But for Windows users i would suggest to try HexChat, its free open source Xchat look a like.

Once you have the interface up, go to Settings -> Preferences -> Network setup.
Hostname: 127.0.0.1
Port: 9050
Type: Socks5
Use proxy for = All Connections

Make sure to go to XChat -> Network List and change all of the names to your Tor screenname.

Be sure Tor is running when you connect to the server. Next, go to Settings -> Advanced -> CTCP Replies and delete everything in it. Save. This is a security precaution.

To join a server, type /server 4eiruntyxxbgfv7o.onion. Wait a moment, and you’ll join. Now type /list. This is a list of all of the channels.

OnionNet: Biggest Onionland IRC network

4eiruntyxxbgfv7o.onion – mixie
ftwircdwyhghzw4i.onion – FTW
renko743grixe7ob.onion – Renko
jkpos24pl2r3urlw.onion – PB (Pedoboard)
nissehqau52b5kuo.onion – Nissehult

KillYourIRC Gateway: Access IRC2P (I2P’s IRC): lqvh3k6jxck6tw7w.onion
Freenode: .onion version of Freenode: p4fsi4ockecnea7l.onion
OFTC: Big support server for Tor, lots of channels, fairly active.: 37lnq2veifl4kar7.onion

Finally, there are no secret documents on Tor. Do not go looking for “crazy shit” because you will not find it.

Well that’s a first step joining IRC’s union network. Now let me introduce you basic places to start on the .onion network.

Torbook – Facebook for Tor. Has a public square for discussions: http://ay5kwknh6znfmcbb.onion/torbook/
Questions and Answers – A cool truth game: http://ajqaivfxtqy3fdlr.onion/qa/index.php
TorStatusNet – Similar to Twitter for Tor. Hosted by Administrator: http://lotjbov3gzzf23hc.onion/
multi.ver.se – Uncensored social network developed by the Chinese Pirate Party: http://ofrmtr2fphxkqgz3.onion/

Onion Site Reviews – Review .onion sites in an organized way: http://4eiruntyxxbgfv7o.onion/snapbbs/5112d4d2/
Assassination Market – Famous SnapBBS board; mercenaries for hire: http://4eiruntyxxbgfv7o.onion/snapbbs/1acda566/
Underground Market Board – No escrow marketplace: http://4eiruntyxxbgfv7o.onion/snapbbs/1b82f13e/
Onionforum 2.0 – Forums for discussions. Meh discussion, Admins gone: http://65bgvta7yos3sce5.onion/
Tor Help Forum – Basic convos and helpful for newbies. Mostly dead: http://zntpwh6qmsbvek6p.onion/forum/index.php
Talk.masked – Very famous discussion board. Anon-posting: http://ci3hn2uzjw2wby3z.onion/

Wikileaks – If clearnet Wikileaks gets attacked, you know where to go to: http://isax7s5yooqgelbr.onion/
My Hidden Blog – Administrator’s site. Frequently updated and has some interesting information. Also supports comments: http://utup22qsb6ebeejs.onion/
Tornado – User-supported blog. Polls, comments, and a forum: http://b6kpigzhrdhibmos.onion/d6/
Censor This! – A blog talking about censorship. It’s not updated too often, but interesting nonetheless: http://cxoz72fgevhfgitm.onion/
ParaZite – Incredibly strange but well-made: http://kpynyvym6xqi7wz2.onion/
FREEFOR – A blog-ish site that contains a Wiki, forum, chat, and a couple more features: http://tns7i5gucaaussz4.onion/
Against Servants – A tl;dr about terrorism, foreign affairs, and fascist leaders: http://hlmrraadkb646464.onion/
Croat’s Blog – Dead whistleblowing blog from Croatia. Shame: http://kv77v7n5kblz5tpw.onion/
Area 51 Archives – A site that allegedly will be soon setting up a Wiki to mirror some of Area51archives.com’s content: http://u3dqz36dcvhwd7kv.onion/

TorPM – Tor private messaging: http://4eiruntyxxbgfv7o.onion/pm/
Tor Mail – Email services. *@tormail.org: http://jhiwjjlqpyawmpjx.onion/
PrivacyBox – The Tor version of PrivacyBox.de. Seems like a great e-mail service: http://c4wcxidkfhvmzhw6.onion/index.en.html
CryptoCat – Encrypted messaging, also based on clearnet: http://xdtfje3c46d2dnjd.onion/

Anonymoose Chat – Plain HTML chat. Doesn’t really fit anywhere else…: http://c2hluuzwi7tuceu6.onion/
TorBackMachine – Same guy who hosted OnionForum 3.0. This is supposed to be an archive similar to Wayback Machine: http://wf74ekmmmgg2pe3v.onion/
torservers – Non-profit generous site that runs exit nodes. You can donate in a variety of ways: http://hbpvnydyyjbmhx6b.onion/
Mirrorserver – A huge place dedicated to mirroring .onion sites and endangered clearnet sites: http://2zyakjq2hvtbg6qd.onion/
media.torproject – “media is the canonical archive of all Tor images, videos, and related files.” Need a Tor image/video? This is the right place: http://p3igkncehackjtib.onion/

That it for now. Got any interesting union links?! Have one know one?! Let me know via my twitter account https://twitter.com/MU5L1C

Greetings, and have fun anonymously 😉

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