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Tor’s Hidden Service Publishing Tool, Stormy: A Closer Look

After reading the Daily Dot story on Tor’s “point and click” hidden service publishing tool set for launch in September and easy enough for even your mom and dad to use, how could one not be filled with excited anticipation? Considering how difficult it currently is to publish hidden service sites, Stormy, Tor’s hidden service publishing tool, sounds like a Godsend. ... Read More »

VPN with Tor

All networks and especially public ones are vulnerable to having their traffic monitored and examined. If you want to retain some level of anonymity then this is something that is important to protect against. You don’t even need to be doing anything illegal – it is just as important to safeguard your personal information and your browsing habits in a ... Read More »

NSA’s XKeyscore Source Code Leaked: All Tor Users Classified As ‘Extremists’

As it was published by RT: The NSA has been revealed to mark and consider potential “extremists” all users of the internet anonymizer service Tor. Among those are hundreds of thousands of privacy concerned people like journalists, lawyers and rights activists. Searching for encryption software like the Linux-based operating system Tails also places you on the NSA grid, as Lena ... Read More »

Interview with Gopnik Tor botnet Programmer

Disclaimer: We do not support the use of such tools and the below info is for informational / technical purposes only, exactly as it was provided to us by our reporter “Chris Hansen” Tor is full of people who wish to sell things. Some things good and some things bad. Usually these things tend to be related to drugs, but ... Read More »

How to use Tor as a Socks5 proxy

Hey everyone! First off, thanks a lot to everyone at DeepDotWeb for allowing me to make this and many more posts to come! I really hope everyone on the website finds it useful! So, on to the tutorial. Tor, as we all know, Tor is a network that uses peer-to-peer connections. These connections from one person to another are very ... Read More »

RT: TOR is NOT PRISM Proof

An interesting article that was published on RT quoted Andy Malone, of Microsoft Enterprise Security and founder of the Cyber Crime Security Forum, who said at the Microsoft TechEd North America 2014: “There is no such thing as really being anonymous on the internet. If [hackers and government agencies] want you, they will get you,” Mentioning that even though TOR ... Read More »

Government Claims Crackdown On Tor: “We will catch you”

Since the seizure and demise of the deep web drug bazaar, Silk Road, federal law enforcement has made monumental claims, concerning their aims to crack down on ‘darknet’-based crime. Silk Road largely operated through a web browser, which was originally developed by US Naval Intelligence, called Tor. It is a program that conceals the identities of its users through bouncing ... Read More »

How to Safely Host Your Own TOR Hidden Service

you have the knowledge and ability to host on a Linux Based system, that is a preferable alternative. However, the majority of users will have a Windows Based PC at their disposal or are more comfortable with Windows. There are plenty of complete Linux mainly Debian guides to this, but a complete Windows guide was not found. What You’ll Need: ... Read More »