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Safety tips for navigating the deep using Tor
« on: April 30, 2019, 01:41:16 PM »
The deep web can be a dark, scary, and dangerous place. if you're not properly educated on the do's don't and better not's of the netherweb, you could end up hacked, jacked, or arrested. Take the time to educate yourself on some of these common tips for avoiding the unwanted unknown.

How to access the deep web:
Deep web sites usually begin with a series alphanumeric characters followed by the .onion extension, rather than a .com, or .org as on the clear web. You must use the Tor browser bundle to access the deep web. Tor can be downloaded here:

How to find websites on the deep web:
You can find deep website urls from trusted and reputable sites such as Deepwebtalk. It is important to always follow onion URLs from trusted sources. Save the onion urls in a notepad for quick access in the future. Websites such as feature a number of deep web site URLs and services.

Sites that help you stay anonymous on the deep web:
Using a disposable laptop paid for with cash and Tor is the best way to stay anonymous, but if that's not an option, here are some tips for staying secure:

Deep web rules of engagement:

- DO NOT talk about the deep web, or anything you do on it with anyone.
- NEVER access Facebook or any other website tied to your real identity while using Tor
- ALWAYS use a Bitcoin Mixer when sending or receiving coins on the Deep Web

Educate yourself. Don't make a careless mistake when all of the preventative information is easily available to you right here on Deepwebtalk