It’s simple to locate dark websites and hidden wikis, but keep in mind that if you want to do more than this, you’ll have to consider a few things. You’ll need to figure out how to get medicine for your sick relative if they need it, but cannot get it in your country, because they have an illness – for example.

Setting up a new email address, encrypting messages with PGP, using a pseudonym (so no one knows who you are), establishing an anonymous BTC wallet (you can’t use the same one as attached to your regular bank account or crypto account, otherwise it would leave traces on 3rd party servers), and other security precautions such as eliminating JavaScript in Tor Browser are all necessary.

The first step is to get the Tor Browser if you haven’t already. You can do this by visiting the official website and downloading the browser bundle. Once it has downloaded, extract the contents of the ZIP file and then run the ‘Start Tor Browser’ executable file. This will launch the Tor Browser for you.

Now that you have the Tor Browser up and running, you need to find some dark websites to visit. The best way to do this is to use a search engine designed for searching the dark web, such as Torch or Not Evil. These search engines will only return results from .onion websites (sites that can only be accessed via the Tor network).

The downsides of using Tor Browser should be considered. Because you are surfing anonymously with Tor, your ISP and government are probably aware of it; this may be sufficient for them to take notice on its own.

The recent decision by a court in the United States states that merely using Tor Browser is enough probable cause for police officers to search any computer across the world. Why would they think this way?

It’s critical to understand that the Dark Web is home to a wide range of dangerous and unethical goods. Maintaining genuine anonymity is difficult, no matter how many precautions you take.

The first step is to find a good search engine. None of the regular search engines like Google or Yahoo! work on the dark web, so it’s important to find one that does. We recommend one of the following, but there are other options out there as well.

Assuming you have TOR and Tails up and running, let’s get started with finding some dark web links.

To look on the Dark Web, you’ll need a specialized search engine.

The following are some of the most well-known Dark Web Search Engines


Dark Search



Deep Search

Once you’ve found a search engine, it’s time to start searching for what you’re looking for. Keep in mind that many .onion sites are only accessible through specific software or by using a certain type of browser, so if you’re having trouble accessing a site, make sure you’re using the right tool for the job.

There are several key distinctions between the Dark Web and the normal internet. Because to their varied crawling techniques and filtering methods, these engines’ search results frequently differ significantly. Ahmia, for example, removes child abuse information from its search results. Some Dark Web Search Engines also provide more advanced features such as Boolean or multilingual searching.