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We are creating a Wikipedia of abbreviations used on the dark web. After reading our tutorial “How to access the dark web?” and “How to stay private while shopping on the dark web?” come here and read about the abbreviations commonly used in the world of tor networks. This will help you to navigate the web more efficiently and avoid problems. Please read this article before you take your first steps on Darkweb. Every community has its own abbreviations or catchphrases, and you won’t be able to find them all here. Are you an experienced dark web surfer? then you can share your catchphrases and help new users – we all started out somehow!

 

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Tor Browser-It is nothing else than a browser such as Google Chrome, Firefox, Safari, you can use it legally. Tor allows you to surf the Internet incognito and hide your activity from advertisers and service providers.

DuckDuckgo-Is a safe search engine that allows us to use websites with the suffix .onion. It does not save our actions so it does not match search results idly but gives us anonymity.

VPN-(Virtual Private Network) is a secure, encrypted connection between two networks or between a user and a network. With a VPN, you can browse the Internet anonymously.

Vendor-Person selling goods in a store, before buying you should check the opinions about the vendor.

Scam list-List of stores or vendors who have committed fraud, before each purchase check the scam list to avoid being scammed.

Scam-Fraudulent attempt to evade payment for goods that are not received.

WHM-Abbreviation for the popular “White house Market” (http://auzbdiguv5qtp37xoma3n4xfch62duxtdiu4cfrrwbxgckipd4aktxid.onion) one of the largest stores operating on the dark web.

.onion-The end of a website address, which allows you to browse websites not available on the surf net.

Darkweb-Part of the World Wide Web can only be accessed with special software that allows users and site operators to remain anonymous or untraceable.

Clearnet-Term refers to the publicly accessible Internet.

Deep web-The part of the Internet where the back end of websites is located that is not the dark web.

Darknet-Otherwise is known as the dark web or blood web.

Bitcoin-Cryptocurrency based on the blockchain system which allows anonymous payments on the dark web.

BTC-Otherwise is known as bitcoin.

Etherium-Cryptocurrency used for anonymous payments on the dark web.

Eth-Otherwise is known as Etherium.

Monero, Litecoin, etc-Any currency can be used for anonymous payments with the agreement of two parties.

Escrow-Escrow or Escrowservis to secure the transaction. The seller gets the payment only when the buyer receives the goods. Escrows are often provided by stores or dark web forum owners. This helps to avoid scams.

PGP key-Pretty Good Privacy – a tool for encryption, decryption, and authentication of e-mails, files, directories, and disk partitions among others.

CC-Credit Card shop is a place to sell/buy stolen credit cards (horizon3bncnvvhk.onion).

Rutor-One of the most popular Russian forums on the dark web.

DAF-Darknet Avengers Forum – one of the biggest, you will find here everything you are looking for, if something is not here just ask a question.

Cebulka-Forum for polish users.

MARKETPLACE Cannazon-The biggest market specializing only in marijuana and it’s similar.

.Hash-Derivative of marijuana, resembling chocolate.

Blackbook-Simply Darknet Facebook, an exact copy of Facebook on the tor network.

Silk Road-The most popular store on the tor network closed down after Ross Ulbricht was arrested.

Dred Pirats Roberts-Alias of the store founder Ross Ulbricht.

M3-Otherwise known as Methamphetamine (in drug slang, crystal, pico), a derivative of amphetamine with a very strong stimulant effect.

Shooter-A paid assassin for hire.

Red Room-A site that contains pornography or sadistic movies.

Hacker-Simply put, a computer hacker is a person who can break passwords, steal our data, etc.

PrivMail-Term for a secure e-mail like Secmail, Protonmail, etc.

 

The list will be updated, this is a list for users who are new to the tor network!

 

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