A door of the Dark web …..TOR

The full form Tor is The Onion Router Tor has layers of privacy like the layers of an onion, hence its name. The more Tor users that utilize these servers, the more hidden your traffic becomes. The Tor Browser is a web browser that makes you anonymous your web traffic using the Tor network, making it easy to protect your identity online. even they change your IP and change your location.

Who created TOR?

In the late 1990s, TOR was developed by the United States government. It was designed to protect the communications of intelligence agencies across the web. The original code for Tor was released under a free and open-source software license by the United States Naval Research Laboratory, allowing other people and organizations to contribute to the project.

We can say TOR is the heart of internet freedom and protecting people, TOR encrypts the data, including the destination IP, and send it through a virtual circuit, comprising successive, randomly selected tor relays.


Tor was built to prevent websites from tracking them or accessing websites blocked by their ISP’s. Journalists, dissidents, hide their identities, hide their location, and non-governmental organizations all use Tor for sensitive communications or for bypassing laws in countries where the internet is tightly regulated by the government. But it is also known as the door of the darknet…… means the internet underworld, A place where you received a menu of murder, drugs from here you can buy fake Rolexes and Gucci bags. Cigarettes, cheap. Fake ids. Steroids for bodybuilders. You can see live videos of kidnapping, murder, etc….. it is really ridiculous, as a conclusion, we can say that the dark side of TOR is a crime, murder, drug dealing, etc …..so I recommend to all the readers if you don't have any type of knowledge related to the darknet please don't visit on it…..

Currency of this Dangerous world

Commercial darknet mediates transactions for illegal goods and typically uses Bitcoin as payment. These markets have attracted significant media coverage, starting with the popularity of Silk Road and Diabolus Market and its subsequent seizure by legal authorities. Silk Road was one of the first dark web marketplaces that emerged in 2011 and have allowed for the trading of weapons and identity fraud resources. These markets have no protection for their users and can be closed down at any time by authorities. Despite the closures of these marketplaces, others pop up in their place. As of 2020, there have been at least 38 active dark web marketplaces. These marketplaces are similar to that of eBay or Craigslist where users can interact with sellers and leave reviews about marketplace products.

Examination of price differences in Dark web markets versus prices in real life or over the World Wide Web has been attempted as well as studies in the quality of goods received over the Dark web. One such study was performed on Evolution, one of the most popular crypto-markets active from January 2013 to March 2015. Although it found the digital information, such as concealment methods and shipping country, “seems accurate”, the study uncovered issues with the quality of illegal drugs sold in Evolution, stating that, “… the illicit drugs purity is found to be different from the information indicated on their respective listings.” Less is known about consumer motivations for accessing these marketplaces and factors associated with their use. so bitcoin is the main currency of the dark web. (CREDIT- WIKIPEDIA)

Prevention while using TOR

1- Never share your personal data while using TOR.

2- Don’t think to do online transactions through TOR.

3- Don’t use TOR for Google searches.

4- Disable Java, JavaScript, and Flash.

5- Don’t use Windows (We recommend using security operating systems like Kali Linux, Parrot ….etc).

6- Update your System.

7- Never open the full screen of TOR.

8- Don’t use HTTP Websites

9- Don’t use Tor Browser Bundle.

10- Don’t use P2P.

11- Don’t use your Real Email

12- Do delete Cookies and the site’s Local Data.


1- “What do you mean “Should we worry about cyber adversaries getting into state voter registration databases?” They’re already in and selling exfiltrated voter registration data on the dark web! Next election cycle black hats will be selling ‘access as service’.”
James Scott, Senior Fellow, Institute for Critical Infrastructure Technology

2- “A bad UI is like an elephant in a room of blind people.”
Vineet Raj Kapoor

3- Information is wealth.

4- -We’re all going to have to change how we think about data protection. — — -Elizabeth Denham

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