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

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  1. DKB

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    Yeah, I do.
     


  2. Luglige
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    You saying that proves you do not.
     
  3. DKB

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    I don't think you have the right to talk since your guide didn't even include the custom OS made for browsing the deep web.
     
  4. Luglige
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    Luglige Resident Hell Spawn

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    You don't need that to scroll the deep web :P My guide was how to scroll the deep web. I would go and take the extra mile and use the custom os (Which is Tails btw) and have a VPN lel. But it's not a death sentence to go on the deep web :P . With correct measures you can "never" be caught or have a "death sentence" :P
     
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  5. DKB

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    Fine. I'm sorry.
     
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    Don't be sorry join the Luglige party.
     
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    Planet Earth :P
    And those people should be busted. They're the scum of the earth. If you aren't doing anything bad on the deep web they won't bother to unmask your true identity. Also the agencies in question aren't actually working with Tor they're using exploits in it to find these people....
     
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    Should they? What is a criminal act? What jurisdiction? Is the law too harsh? Is the law valid in this case? I think the king of saudi arabia is a complete cunt (I don't, don't know the guy or anything he has done) and as I am already screwed then Atatürk was a wanker. Being in the UK I would be allowed to say that though.
     
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    You can get all the drugs you could ever want.
     
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    Interesting seeing this thread again xD
     
  12. brickmii82

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    I wonder if someone here in AZ with a medical card has ever bought "meds" over Tor. And if they'd get in trouble for it. :unsure:
     
  13. Luglige
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    Don't know.
     
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    Yes, since the mail system is federally controlled.
     
  15. Luglige
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    Luglige Resident Hell Spawn

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    After a LONG TIME I have found that site you had talked about:
    https://scihub22266oqcxt.onion.link/
    Irony
     
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