How to access the famous Deep Web. (And be anonymous)

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  1. BurningDesire

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    That place is a cesspool for pesos and other really fucked up ppl mutahar just covered it in his late
    Mutahar (someordinarygamers n youtube) just covered this site in his latest deep web video. It seems to be a cesspool for pedophiles and other sexual deviants. Put it this way, whenever actually went into the chatroom just read of some active users names, and basically said fuck this and went on to the next site...
     
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    Yah I didn't see it, oh god. Thats horrible. The site is just waiting for the feds.

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    It might even be a honeypot run by the feds for all we know, serves those sickos right if it is, they can go have fun in prison with Bubba and get a taste of their own medicine ;)
     
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    I looked at a pic by accident (Not knowing wth it was) "Matrix 8". Bad thing was I didn't even have my VPN on... I DID NOT MEAN TO GOD PLEZ FORGIVE
     
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    Unless you really know what you're going to (where the link leads) just don't go there on the deep web. General rule of thumb. Most (real) deep web horror stories are the result of ppl blindl clicking onion links not having a clue where they lead to. Do your research first, i often watch mutahar's deep web series as well as takedownman's (also on yoytube) to learn what sites are okay and which ones arent. Let somebosy else be the guinea pig :P. I like takedownman and mutahar because when they come across the really bad stuff they expose it for what it is AND report it to the authorities. And of course they censor the really bad stuff so you dont have to see it.....
     
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    Guess I'm more of a shut in than I thought lol. Never once heard anything about deep Web...actually that may not be entirely true ,but the memory is so fuzzy I don't even entirely remember it happening. What would be the safest way to dive in btw? I don't want to fall in with the wrong crowd on accident. I don't even know if I have a reason to be in the deep web at all, but tbh there's no way to find out what's there until you look right?
     
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    Another tip I'd like to add is never run TOR full screen
     
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    I understand the logic as it is a weak way of fingerprinting ( http://www.alanwood.net/demos/browserinfo.html ), however I am not seeing the great merit of this advice if people are rocking standard size task bars or hidden ones.
     
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    What's wrong with using Tor in full screen? .-.
     
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    I've read that it makes it easier to track you. Not sure if it's entirely true.
     
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    That is by far the most anomalous type of tracking I've ever heard of. But hey, it might be true.
     
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    One does not simply walk into Mordor....the very air you breath is a poison......



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    There are some advertisers that have been seen to do similar things, whether it applies to tor browser users is less clear.

    There are a few good presentations, though I can not remember the specific one I want to link (browser tracking plus c3, blackhat, defcon.... will bring up a bunch though)

     
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    I read time ago, somewhere in the internet, that Tor was working with CIA, FBI etc... to get pedophiles, criminals, on the deep web...:O
     
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    Another guy who has NO idea what he's talking about. But I may add that one of the ex-Producers have helped the Government (USA) to find exploits in Tor.
     
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    I just wanted to share what I read, I didn't know that it's prohibited here ¬¬
     
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    It's not prohibited just read up a bit more :P
     
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    You're never supposed to use TOR on windows. If you honestly want to use the deep web and try to be a bit safer about it, there's whole OS's dedicated to running the deep web. They are mainly Linux based.

    Of course, you're also going to need a VPN..

    Also, the deep web is a scary fucking place I don't get why people would visit it without some sort of death wish. lolol
     
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    You have no idea what you're talking about.
     

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