The 15 most interesting sites in the darkweb that you must visit

Darkweb is a buffet consisting of people and information. If you can’t find something on the visible internet, then you will definitely find it… in the shadows. So let’s dive into the depths of the darkweb together and take a look at the 15 most interesting and useful sites that are definitely worth a look.

  1. Sci-Hub

Don’t let the name fool you. Sci-Hub has nothing to do with science fiction literature. This site is the largest library of scientific papers in the Darkweb. However, we recommend to be careful because many users have reported malicious links to Sci-Hub.

  1. ZeroBin

Do you want to feel like a secret agent? Try ZeroBin, a darkweb communication platform that automatically deletes messages after your interlocutor reads them.

  1. Impreza Hosting

Have you decided to create your own website in darkweb? It is not difficult to do this, and Comrade Major will not knock on your door if you do not break the law. Impreza Hosting is one of the most convenient hosting services in the Darkweb, which provides all the most necessary services: domain registration, mail services and even server rental.

  1. Dark Lair

Dark Lair is an image board that has turned into a social network. However, despite the gloomy name, the “dark” social network has the most common functionality: it allows you to leave comments, share music, upload photos and write messages to your friends.

  1. Comic Book Library

It doesn’t matter if you are a Marvel or DC fan, you will surely enjoy this web library containing thousands of different comics for every taste.

  1. Deep Web Radio

Do you want to brighten up your stay in darkweb with unusual melodies? Then Deep Web Radio is what you need! Open the website, connect headphones to your laptop, select a radio station and listen.

  1. Hidden Answers

Hidden Answers is a darkweb version of Reddit that works the same way as the original. Here you can find answers to any of your questions, it’s enough to choose the topic you are interested in.

  1. Daniel

Daniel is a darkweb site aggregator that will help you navigate the onion maze. New sites and reports on the status of existing ones regularly appear on Daniel. If you are in the darkweb for the first time, it is better to use Daniel, not the Hidden Wiki, since there is a lot of unpleasant and illegal information on the latter.

  1. Numbers Station

An eerily empty site with a black background, without any text and a menu that only has a floating search bar with a play button. As soon as you click on the “Play” button, you will hear whispers, shouts, words in non-existent dialects and distorted voices.

  1. Tunnels

This site is an excellent source of information for those who are interested in the gloomy urban history. The site contains photos and videos taken in various cave-like structures, mines and evacuation tunnels.

The anonymous group behind Tunnels claims that the materials were collected during the investigation of secret tunnels built under some of the most prestigious American universities.

  1. Imperial Library

This site is called the Imperial Library for a reason – you can download more than 500,000 books and articles from it. Some users believe that the Imperial Library is one of the largest electronic libraries.


A time capsule for the entire Internet. You can find a lot of things on this site: screenshots taken during the first version of Google, sites removed from the network over the past decade, books, movies, animations for the Google anniversary and much more.

  1. Hack-Rent-A-Hacker

If you need to hire a professional hacker for some reason, then you can use this site. Hack-Rent-A-Hacker boasts affordable prices, accuracy and professionalism of the “performers”. However, remember: we do not recommend that you hire hackers and break the law!

  1. The Campfire

There are no tents, guitars and a campfire, because The Campfire is a site using the IRC protocol. To start a conversation with other users, you just need to select the desired room.

  1. Google Feud

The last item on our list is the evil twin brother of the Google Feud quiz, in which you need to guess the answers to some random or thematic search queries.

The Darweb version offers the user very unpleasant queries, offering equally unpleasant answers. We recommend you to be careful, as some requests contain shock content!

Some important tips for those who are going to visit darkweb for the first time

Be sure to use a VPN and a special browser;

Be guided by common sense, so as not to run into shock content or malicious sites;

Use programs that protect your device from malware.