How To Anonymously Communicate Online Using The Dark Web

With Twitter, Facebook, Google and Amazon destroying the online presence of non-liberals, it has become critical to learn the skills needed to freely communicate.

Luckily we have the Dark Web

The dark web is part of the internet that isn’t visible to search engines and requires the use of an anonymizing browser called Tor to be accessed.

The one tool you need right now is called OnionShare is kinda’ like an online dead-drop.  It allows you to anonymously leave files for someone else using a link.  As Wired magazine points out: the next Edward Snowden will be using OnionShare.

Once the files are uploaded to the dark web, you can email the recipient the link.  You can write the link on a piece of paper (or a QR code) and leave it in a physical dead-drop.

To add another layer of security, you can encrypt the files using Pretty Good Privacy (PGP) or an unbreakable code based on a one-time pad (OTP).  There is software out there to generate your own one-time pads.

To add a second layer of security encrypt the link using a one-time pad!

To add a third layer of security, the OnionShare software allows you to set a start and end time, where the files will be available on the DarkWeb.  So for instance, if you only want the files to be available for download on the DarkWeb between the hours of 5:30pm and 5:45 pm on Thursday — you can do that.


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