Saturday, February 18

What is Dark Internet, How to Access Onion Domains and Configure Hosting for the Dark Web


Internet beyond what you can normally ’see’?!!!! 

It is estimated that the Dark Web is several orders of magnitude larger than the surface of the Web or what you surf. Just what is it? And how can you access it? so easily ......






1.   [ .onion domains ] tor project

There are so many ways to browse .onion links

best way is tor project . 

After you have installed tor u can access dark-internet such as hidden wiki
(which tells you a little about this realm), setup hosting with freedom hosting, create a blog at blog.masked or visit the Tor directory to see what other services are available.

There are no laws here and you are free to publish anything


hosting pages on tje tor network is 100% anonymous,
You can configure hidden services for tor by clicking setup, then services and clicking the add (+) (see diagram below). Simply run your favourite server, whether this is Apache, IIS or whatever then on this menu screen point Tor at localhost / 127.0.0.1 (in this case we are using it for http / web so we choose port 80). Tor will automatically generate the hash string which you may give out to others to access your server through – although they will have no way of identifying you.



                         Learn more on    wiki




    2.   I2P2 Network and .i2p Domains


Another form of dark net or dark internet can be found in the I2P2 network . it works in a very similar way to Tor, although is a little bit more flexible and can be used for many different types of protocol and different applications including Web access, email, IRC Chat, file sharing and more. Running this software will allow you to access I2P Domains, another form of Dark Internet.


Learn more  on  wiki

3.   Other Forms Dark Web and Darknet

It should be noted that Deep Web is an all-encompassing term that includes all manner of content that is not typically accessible (either due to it being on some non-standard DNS like Dark Internet or that it is simply not indexed for (and cannot be found through) search, or that there are simply no links to the sites.  
Darknet however, typically refers to the file sharing side of things (including peer-to-peer file sharing methods) and also IRC chat relays most of which are typically not index-able.
 I will argue that the Dark Internet itself is the natural and inevitable response to a government trying to assert more control than the technorati feels it deserves. I predict we will see a steady growth and development in these areas in the coming months. Who knows what we will see, but one thing is for sure – the architecture of the Internet is about to develop a lot further.

The post was primarily posted on rogerdavies.com 

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