ZeroNet is an open, decentralized, uncensorable, and free Internet-like network of peer-to-peer users based on Bitcoin cryptography and BitTorrent network. It is more user friendly and easier to set up your own websites (with zero hosting costs) than the dark web, and also supports anonymity through the Tor network.
Download the client here: https://zeronet.io
Just unzip and run the exe, then you can visit ZeroNet websites like "http://127.0.0.1:43110/1DXq7dVTH2dir2ndUMyUSfNTESpYCSNanU/ (How to Create Your First ZeroBlog)" using any Browser. Note ZeroNet sites (zites) use a Bitcoin address (free) or .bit (cost Namecoin) as domain name.
To directly visit ZeroNet sites without using the client, try these ZeroNet proxies:
http://cvhb5yx2qdclb76m.onion.to/ (http://cvhb5yx2qdclb76m.onion tor only)
So, for example, you can click the following links to visit the ZeroNet site "http://127.0.0.1:43110/1DXq7dVTH2dir2ndUMyUSfNTESpYCSNanU/" directly and as usual:
Saturday, April 22, 2017
Thursday, April 6, 2017
"Whenever you see a URL like http://duskgytldkxiuqc6.onion/, that's a Tor Onion service. Just replace .onion with .onion.to or .onion.city or .onion.cab or .onion.direct or any other domain made available by volounteers Tor2web operators..."Example: Simply visit "etnkdf2jsvc7vi4u.onion" using https://etnkdf2jsvc7vi4u.onion.to/
However, you're unprotected when using this way provided by https://tor2web.org/. For anonymity, please install and use Tor Browser to visit the original address. You can find some .onion sites here: http://gizmodo.com/the-deep-web-is-mostly-full-of-garbage-1786857267 (as the title suggests, most of which are just garbage sites.)