The Hidden Wiki

22 05 13 - 12:45

Introduction Points

OnionLand link indexes and search engines.

Other general stuff to see

Starting places.

System

Marketplace

Financial Services

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

Commercial Services

Drugs

Hosting Services

Filesharing

Image Hosting

PasteBins

Web Hosting

View the Webhost Comparison for a bit more information.

Other

Blogs / Essays / Personal Pages

Forums / Boards / Chans

Forums

Other forum types. Usually phpBB.

Imageboards

Non-CP or generally safe imageboards on Tor. See the chan page.

Forum Scripts

Email / Messaging

Chatrooms

Social Networks

Other

Political Advocacy

Whistleblowing

  • WikiLeaks DeepWeb mirror of the famous Wikileaks website
  • 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.
  • WikiLeaks

    See also: WikiLeaks Official Site and Official Submission Onion (temporarily closed).

    Other

    H/P/A/W/V/C

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

    Audio - Music / Streams

    Video - Movies / TV

    Libraries / Books

    Politics

    Drug-related

    Religion / Philosophy

    Weapons / Training

    Other

    Drugs

    Noncommercial (D)

    These sites have only drug-related information/talk. No sales or venues.

    Erotica

    Adult

    Noncommercial (E)

    Commercial (E)

    Paraphilias

    Uncategorized

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

    Non-English

    Czech / Ceština

    Danish / Dansk

    Dutch / Nederlands

    Estonian / Eesti

    Finnish / Suomi

    French / Français

    German / Deutsch

    Italian / Italiano

    Korean / ???

    Polish / Polski

    Strony porzucone, nieaktywne lub smieciowe:

    Portuguese / Portugues

    Slovak / Slovenský

    Spanish / Espańol

    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
    plaintext ports: nazgul3zxuzvrgg6.onion:6667
    ssl ports: irc.nazgul.io:6697 __undefined__ (SSL)
    plaintext ports: 6668
    plaintext ports: 6667; SSL ports: 6697
    plaintext ports: 6667

    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

    XMPP (formerly Jabber)

    TorChat Addresses

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

    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.

    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.

    Bitcoin Seeding

    Instructions

    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.

    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.
    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.

    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.