Dark Web Links: General disclaimer
The site holds no responsibility for the content uploaded by it’s users, for the validity of the information presented here, or for the content of external sites. The administrator(s) of the site does not have the capacity to check and/or validate every link and every information uploaded here.
Every uploader holds full responsibility for the content he/she uploads. Dark Web Links does not verify or mark services in any way. Please bear in mind that anybody can contribute to the site, so just because something is written here, it doesn’t necessarily mean it’s true.
While in general, we’re asking our users to not link to websites with illegal content on them, this term is relative to the country where the linked website resides in. We cannot check that either. So, it is possible that some of the links you find here can take you to places you’ll find inappropriate. It is your responsibility to do your research before using any information here.
This website is a community editable public directory, basically a big bunch of links to working .Onion sites. There is no illegal content hosted on our servers. If you find one however, please leave a message about it on the admin’s talk page.
Dark Web Links is a 100% free service. It does not, and will not accept payments of any kind. No exceptions. If anyone asks for money (or coins) for their services regarding Dark Web Links, it is very likely that he is a scammer, and you will pay for an otherwise free service (or worse: you’ll pay for nothing). Pay at your own discretion.
Dark Web Links was constantly moving
Dark Web Links started in 2006, then it was with the domain “darkwblnks5spio4.onion” and it fell in June 2007, closed by the FBI. Then it was active in the domain “darklinks5spio4.onion”, managed by someone with the alias of Matt, again fell in May 2009. After was active in the domain “darkweblinks5spio4.onion” was launched by ION and became the most commonly used dark web links, which was also known as Ion’s Links.
Ion’s dark web links had frequent down-times, and there were many other TOR hidden service mirrors from the hidden dark web links site, to serve as backup when the main site went down. It is likely that ION has stopped maintaining and managing the DWL (Dark Web Links) in late 2013 or early 2014.
Operation FBI, against Dark Web Links
Also in October 2011, the group of hacktivists Anonymous launched Operation Darknet in an attempt to interrupt the activities of child pornography sites that are accessed through hidden services. However, Anonymous published a pastebin link that showed the names of Lolita City users that were 1,589 members. Lolita City is a website for child pornography located deep in the web. Anonymous also managed to locate the site through Dark Web Links. The website they tracked contained more than 100 gigabytes of child pornography. Lolita City was briefly out of line due to Anonymous’s denial of service attack.
US state forces to close DWL (Dark Web Links) on March 10, 2014. To avoid their imminent closure Dark Web Links managers changed their servers and domain. Currently works as an index to access other pages of the same type “.onion”.
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