The hidden wiki is an unofficial, underground website that links various other websites on the so-called deep web. It’s a sort of Wikipedia for the dark web.
This post will give you some tips on using the hidden wiki – what kind of content can be found there, how to find it, and how to avoid being tracked by law enforcement agencies. It will also show you 3 examples of pages not found on Google or Bing that are just waiting for your clicks!
Ways To Use The Hidden Wiki
There are many ways to use the hidden wiki main page – it depends on how you want to browse the deep web. I prefer using a Tor Browser since it allows me to remain anonymous. If you don’t know how to access this browser, watch my tutorial on Anonymous browsing for absolute beginners.
If you don’t have a Tor Browser, or perhaps you are worried about law enforcement agencies tracking your internet traffic, then there are other ways of browsing the deep web without being identified. But first, let’s take a look at the hidden wiki itself.
How To Use The Hidden Wiki?
You can access the hidden wiki by visiting the link you can find through a suitable platform.
You will see a page with many words describing an onion site. One of them will be highlighted in yellow. You might have to hit “reload” or something similar if you have to wait for a bit to load the page. Click on it, and you will be navigated to another page where you can find loads of links to other websites on the deep web.
There are several other links that people can find and choose accordingly for use.