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Newbie Section / 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: https://torproject.org


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 http://Deepweb.reviews 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

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Buy / Sell / Trade / Rules & Regulations
« on: December 18, 2017, 04:20:32 PM »
This post will outline how you should conduct yourself during your time here. Please read it thoroughly before using Deepwebtalk, and remember to check back regularly in case of changes. Failure to comply could lead to account deletion or suspension.

1. No Trading

You may not facilitate trades using The Hub, either via public message boards or our PM system. There are no exceptions to this rule, and users found doing so will be either warned, suspended or deleted depending on the circumstances. If spotted, please report any violation of this rule to a staff member for investigation.

2. When Promoting Products You Sell:

a) You may only link to your official marketplace vendor profile when posting.  Do not make posts discussing your products or services without including a link to your marketplace profile.  That is what the marketplaces are for.

b) You must be verified as a vendor and have the "Vendor" tag

c) You must not attempt to promote trade via any other means such as Email - even if the market you vend on is currently out of action.

3. Prohibited Items

The promotional discussion of certain items, and discussion that endorses certain behaviours, is not permitted. As a general rule, prohibited items and topics should be considered those that are designed to harm others, or harm others by their design. This includes (but is not limited to) items and topics on the following list:

- Child Pornography
- Fraud
- ID theft
- Destructive hacking
- Weapons
- Explosives

It is natural that these items and topics may surface in natural, non-promotional, objective discussion, and we believe that in most circumstances there is no harm in this.

4. No 'Doxxing'

We are all members of a relatively anonymous community. Please respect one another's anonymity and never post details, suspected or known, regarding a community member's 'Real Life' identity.

5. No Spam

Spam comes in many forms, such as: Advertisements; links to malicious content; content with zero value. The Hub is not a place for posting this kind of content, and spammers will have their accounts and posts deleted.

6. No Trolling


According to Wikipedia: "In Internet slang, a troll is a person who sows discord on the Internet by starting arguments or upsetting people, by posting inflammatory, extraneous, or off-topic messages in an online community (such as a forum, chat room, or blog), either accidentally or with the deliberate intent of provoking readers into an emotional response or of otherwise disrupting normal on-topic discussion"

Trolls are not looked upon kindly; their accounts may be restricted or banned, and their posts may be removed or moved to an appropriate sub-forum.

Please enjoy your time here at Deepwebtalk, and as with anything incredible, use responsibly!
If you enjoy Deepwebtalk or find it a useful resource please consider donating to keep DWT alive!

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Join The VIP Forum / VIP Requirements & Payment Information
« on: December 16, 2017, 01:14:31 AM »
The VIP Area is reserved for vendors, webmasters, and other dark web and cryptocurrency entrepreneurs. Featuring 'The Kingpin's Lounge' our  exclusive Dark web vendor discussion, As well as our exclusive scripting and downloads section where webmasters share their own methods, tools and resources.

We charge a fee of .01 for this membership level to discourage scammers and abuse of this sensative forum.

To join the VIP Area, send a .01 bitcoin payment to:

Once payment has been confirmed, send a PM to @Administrator with your payment information.

If everything checks out, you will be activated for VIP access within 24-48 hours.

Thanks!

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Cryptocurrency / MOVED: grams helix light shutting down?
« on: December 15, 2017, 10:18:35 PM »

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Marketplace Discussion / MOVED: Dream Market Alternatives
« on: December 15, 2017, 09:24:02 PM »

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Security / Why you should use a bitcoin mixer
« on: April 08, 2018, 02:12:36 PM »
Why should I mix my bitcoins with a bitcoin tumbler

While using bitcoins is an excellent way to make purchases, donations, and p2p payments, without losing money through inflated transaction fees, transactions are never truly anonymous. Bitcoin activities are recorded and available publicly via the blockchain; a comprehensive database which keeps a record of bitcoin transactions.

All exchanges require the user to scan ID documents, and large transactions must be reported to the proper governmental authority. When you use Bitcoin to pay for goods and services, you will of course need to provide your name and address to the seller for delivery purposes.

This means that a third party with an interest in tracking your activities can use your visible balance and ID information as a basis from which to track your future transactions or to study previous activity. In short, you have compromised your security and privacy.

To avoid this, we recommend using a quality mixing service such as the one we provide to periodically exchange your bitcoins for different ones which cannot be associated with the original owner. In order to further enhance the security of your transactions we provide the opportunity to use two or more forward addresses as well as convenient time delays. In addition, we immediately delete all archival logs related to your transactions.

Trusted Bitcoin mixer onion URLs:

Helix Light Grams - http://gramsvbtqqinifhw.onion
Privcoin - http://tr5ods7ncr6eznny.onion/
BTC Blender - http://blndr4azr2dizj2c.onion

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Cryptocurrency / MOVED: Help with secure email
« on: January 09, 2018, 01:58:15 PM »

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