The so-called Deep Web isn’t nearly as spooky as people make it out to be. It’s simply harder for most folks to access because it requires a few more steps than surface web browsing. If you’re curious about the difference, and wondering how to visit dark web urls in 2023, here’s a brief rundown:
Keep your online activity safe and secure by using a VPN
We cannot stress enough how important it is to use a VPN whenever you access the dark web. There are many reasons for this, and anyone thinking about using Windows to access onion links should reconsider—it’s not safe. A virtual machine running tails is a much better option because it will keep your identity safe. While Tails may look old-school compared to Windows, it’s worth sacrificing aesthetics for safety.
Tails is a safer option than Windows if you’re looking to access Dark Web URLs. If you do choose to go onto the Dark Web, there are some precautions you should take in order to stay safe. Always wear a mask so they can’t see your face…I’m kidding, but hopefully you know by now that it’s important to tape over your webcam for safety purposes. In order to get on the Dark Web, we have to use Tor Browser instead of Google Chrome or Firefox. Press “Applications” then “Tor Browser” and this will help keep you safe while surfing the web.
A Timeline of Dark Web Sites
The first big dark net market site was the Silk Road, and you could buy anything on it. It was like eBay for the dark web. The Silk Road sold weapons and stolen credit cards before it got shut down a few years ago when the owner got arrested. Someone who was undercover bought from him and then tracked his IP address to find out where he lived so they could bust him.
Dream Market was an online darknet market where you could buy anything you want, similar to Silk Road, but it also got taken down by feds. If you’re not very familiar with computers and the internet, don’t worry- this guide will help get you up to speed so that even YOU can access sites like the old Dream Market. One thing to keep in mind is that there’s nothing truly “invisible” when you’re browsing online; even the best hackers leave a small digital footprint behind occasionally.
To use an analogy, if the latest stealth fighter, the F-22 Raptor was a person, everything they did would leave a radar signature. It might not be as big as a plane’s footprint; it might be closer to the size of butterfly but there will still be some sort of evidence remaining. So you need to vigilant and not do anything that could attract unwanted attention.
This post is for educational purposes only, so don’t attempt to illegally purchase and have shipped to you large quantities of Class A drugs from a dark web market. You will eventually be caught by authorities, no matter how secure you think your operation is. Drug parcels almost always get intercepted sooner or later.
We want to make it very clear that we do not condone any illegal activities on this site. We are simply providing information for those who may be curious about the dark web markets and how they work.
Buying through Dark Web Links
Obviously, you should check the rating of any potential sellers before doing business with them. A high rating usually indicates a reliable seller, but anyone can have a high rating if they’ve only had a few customers. So you want to make sure he’s actually done a lot of business first.
Buying something with Bitcoin is simple: as long as you’re buying a legal product and feel safe with the seller, deposit funds into your own account using a Bitcoin wallet. Once you’ve received the item, leave feedback for the seller so they can improve their service.
A tip I have for you is that most people use a fake name when using the dark web so that if their package gets intercepted by the post office, anyone could have sent it. The only problem with this method is that if you’re at work and you get a card from the postman saying there’s a package for you, you won’t be able to pick it up because you need to show ID. So just keep this in mind if you aren’t using your real name when buying something off the dark web.