Increasingly, the most important issue for everyday internet users is privacy.
Quick guide on how to preserve a .onion anonymity.
Indian internet users are increasingly looking for legal and safe ways to get around the country’s tightening digital censorship regime, worsened by overzealous internet service providers (ISPs).
A nice onion site.
Here are some good documentaries relating to hacktivist activities and some pretty interesting people.
The Internet’s Own Boy: The Story of Aaron Swartz on PeerTube.
Deep Web on YouTube.
Deep Web on Internet Archive.
The Hacker Wars on YouTube.
The Hacker Wars on Internet Archive.
Nothing to Hide on PeerTube.
Give Tor a go. Here is a small list of sites you can use to get started.
- The Hidden Wiki – http://zqktlwi4fecvo6ri.onion
- Goblin Refuge (share images, videos and audio)- http://goblin2xsbqonuv5.onion/
- ProtonMail (email) – https://protonirockerxow.onion
- Password generator – http://4gu2ljcot7ufh7lu.onion
- Etherpad hosted by Riseup – http://5jp7xtmox6jyoqd5.onion
- OnionShare – http://elx57ue5uyfplgva.onion
- The Tin Hat – http://tinhat233xymse34.onion
- PrivateBin – http://ibu33iz3btdywjkk.onion
- Cyberguerrilla – http://264nglqbtqlabsxl.onion
The Tin Hat is a really interesting website, with lots of tutorials and blog articles regarding privacy and security on the internet. There are some very good articles relating to the Tor and I2P networks.
The Tin Hat website – https://thetinhat.com
Tor hidden service – qza32xuddl3guikc.onion
I2P eepsite – Secure.TheTinHat.i2p