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How do I dark net? thank you plz by hodo - Thu, 23 Feb 2017 09:01:16 EST ID:08DuF1gj No.120649 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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I want drugs and drug accesories for my uh glaucoma
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KLEZ.fml !!cEQLOiCj - Fri, 24 Feb 2017 17:16:24 EST ID:DMlKCodu No.120668 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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  1. Install Vadelia... or better yet don't cause it's kind of a shit implementation, but do because you won't otherwise be able to figure it out yourself.
  2. Find a link to an onion site on your favorite cripple chan.
  3. At some point buy bitcoins.

Easy as 1, 2, ??? profitt!!!!!
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SimonShakecocke.log - Fri, 24 Feb 2017 19:04:57 EST ID:vsAOdj9g No.120669 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>120649
You mean Vidalia? That was discontinued years ago.
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CarolinePibbletune.hex - Sat, 25 Feb 2017 00:45:36 EST ID:UVijD0uo No.120670 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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DICKS EVERYWHERE
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JarvisBardfoot.ffo - Sun, 26 Feb 2017 14:06:07 EST ID:WbP0sAtB No.120674 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Most of the info in this thread is outdated...
I'd suggest using the Tails operating system, Windows is closed source, so you could hypothetically be spied on.

Once you've got Tails up and running from a flash drive, you're free to do pretty much whatever you want without fear of being spied on.
I would however recommend using the easy-to-use Tor button on the browser's toolbar and set the security to maximum. You will have to do this every time that you boot tails unless you configure persistence, which is not recommended. You can also play around in NoScripts settings, and increase your security by setting things like only allowing scripts to be served over HTTPs, etc...
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SophieDuckstone.pif - Wed, 01 Mar 2017 23:29:53 EST ID:PJ1PGSlD No.120687 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>120669

Tor.
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MarthaHugglewill.ace - Thu, 02 Mar 2017 15:41:25 EST ID:TFkw85AE No.120696 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>120649
Get torbrowser bundle install. Run, check setting on the onion on the top left corner, under security setting set to high. In firefox with tor in the url do about:config. Click any setting and click j or ja, this will bring you to javascript settings, toggle to false.

Onion sites need tor to work, that is all there is to it.

These security settings will block your IP for being forwarded. You can test this with a regular browser, google dnsleak test, it will show your IP that your Internet provider assigns you. Then do the same with tor browser bundle, you should see an unfamiliar IP address.

To get started I guess the default is to search thehiddenwiki. Then go from there.

Note that with tor updates it may default the settings for tor to be minimal in out-of the-box -security
as when it was first installed. Do not install javascript, flash, just keep it as is except the few security
changes you make.

From there there are many sites other than hidden wiki, from hideniki there are links as well.

As for bitcoins, I have now clue how to purchase online stuff with these.
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MarthaHugglewill.ace - Thu, 02 Mar 2017 16:00:34 EST ID:TFkw85AE No.120697 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>120696
To expand, you can encrypt your DNS resolver, with dnscrypt. It's easy to work with.
This is without tor. With tor likely even better. Keeping uour dns logs from your isp, even if nothing is going on, why let them keep every query for what 3 years?
As well the dns resolving with these is actually faster to broswse, load web pages, prevents snoopin in the middle and from your isp knowing what you are visiting and and a few exploits that were pretty hazardous at a time, they still exist.
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KLEZ.fml !!cEQLOiCj - Wed, 08 Mar 2017 01:55:34 EST ID:DMlKCodu No.120731 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>120697
Alright, so you do your dns resolutions through an encrypted tunnel and ???
The ISP will still know the IP addresses you communicate with unless you're using a VPN tunnel... and in that case, shouldn't your DNS resolution be done through the VPN as well? What is the use case for this?
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EbenezerDarthood.dwg - Tue, 04 Apr 2017 02:41:34 EST ID:h6oHsoyH No.120847 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>120731
>Alright, so you do your dns resolutions through an encrypted tunnel and ???

It would not be through a tunnel, It would simply be with an an encrypted connection.

The ISP and others in between can see that you, your network, are connecting to a server with an encrypted connection.

One could figure out easily enough that the connections are likely DNS queries. But nothing is in the clear as far as the DNS queries are concerned. It is end-to-end. The ISP or others could not be capable to intercept to alter, misdirect, redirect or log the actual queries in any useful manner.

>The ISP will still know the IP addresses you communicate with

As for knowing what site one is connecting or connected to? Yes I would say, it would have to have an IP address to ask the remote site to talk to it and that would need an address to respond to.

>unless you're using a VPN tunnel... and in that case, shouldn't your DNS resolution be done through the VPN as well?

Yea that is what the whole part of privacy VPNs are all about. It should and does as it's intended to as most consumers should understand.

You could though configure mis-configure a VPN server or service to use another DNS server if wanted.
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In some cases (in relation to VPNs) VPNs may fail to resolve addresses on their end and revert (fall back) to ones ISPs DNS servers to resolve the DNS query.

This is where DNSCrypt is useful as a service, all local/network dns requests can be resolved through the DnsCrypt server you use.

That is why there are sites like dnsleak test, to see that your dns requests are being resolved through your VPN service and not by your ISP.
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EbenezerDarthood.dwg - Tue, 04 Apr 2017 03:00:30 EST ID:h6oHsoyH No.120848 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>120696
This is dnsleaktest with dnscrypt with tor. My isp can see I am connecting with from a tor node,
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EbenezerDarthood.dwg - Tue, 04 Apr 2017 03:02:17 EST ID:h6oHsoyH No.120849 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>120848
This is showing nothing is showing my ISPS or tors dns lookup
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EbenezerDarthood.dwg - Tue, 04 Apr 2017 03:08:30 EST ID:h6oHsoyH No.120850 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>120848
wrong, tor exit node. oh well,


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