Introducing Darknet Free VPN Services

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Darknet and deep web are the hidden side of the Internet for General users and maybe for most professional users in the world. For browsing the Internet and any move in this great network, of course, we need to protect our privacy and keep ourselves secure as best as we can. For this, there are many privacy protection services such as premium VPN services and free services and proxies on the Internet. There is much advertising of them on the Internet, but honestly, most of these services provide some companies with some special purposes and of course it’s not protecting our privacy. I think it’s a surveillance system and it’s gathering user information and activity logs and may analyze and sell them for marketing purposes. This means we have to be careful what we use and how to use it, so let’s know more about some better services that we can use for protecting our privacy and keeping anonymity in the Cyber World.

TOR Project

From Wikipedia: Tor is free software for enabling anonymous communication. The name is derived from an acronym for the original software project name “The Onion Router”. Tor directs Internet traffic through a free, worldwide, volunteer overlay network consisting of more than seven relays to conceal a user’s location and usage from anyone conducting network surveillance or traffic analysis. Using Tor makes it more difficult for Internet activity to be traced back to the user: this includes “visits to Web sites, online posts, instant messages, and other communication forms.Tor’s use is intended to protect the personal privacy of users, as well as their freedom and ability to conduct confidential communication by keeping their Internet activities from being monitored.

Tor does not prevent an online service from determining when it is being accessed through Tor. Tor protects a user’s privacy but does not hide the fact that Tor is being used. Some websites restrict what is allowed when using Tor. For example, Wikipedia limits the edits that can be made through Tor.

Of course, it’s not a good idea to use Tor for browsing because it has slower speed and a performance problem, meaning that some websites will not work well when used because they need to save and use cookies. By default, Tor prevents cookie saving, but this is one of the many reasons why it’s great for dark web browsing, deep web browsing, and maybe penetration testing and offensive tasks use.

But it also has weaknesses just like every software and protocol:

Like all current low-latency anonymity networks, Tor cannot and does not attempt to protect against monitoring of traffic at the boundaries of the Tor network (i.e., the traffic entering and exiting the network). While Tor does provide protection against traffic analysis, it cannot prevent traffic confirmation (also called end-to-end correlation).

In spite of known weaknesses and attacks listed here, a 2009 study revealed that Tor and the alternative network system JonDonym (Java Anon Proxy, JAP) are considered more resilient to website fingerprinting techniques than other tunneling protocols.

The reason for this is that conventional single-hop VPN protocols do not need to reconstruct packet data nearly as much as a multi-hop service like Tor or JonDonym. Website fingerprinting yielded greater than 90% accuracy for identifying HTTP packets on conventional VPN protocols versus Tor which yielded only 2.96% accuracy. However, some protocols like OpenSSH and OpenVPN required a large amount of data before HTTP packets were identified.Researchers from the University of Michigan developed a network scanner allowing identification of 86% of live Tor “bridges” with a single scan.

Riseup VPN Services

These Darknet Services are split into different models, Black VPN and RED VPN. RED VPN is available for all platforms and all people except black VPN is for limited platforms and under development for all platforms. It needs specific software to connect to that.

For use both of these VPNs we have to create a free account here:


When you connect to the internet through the VPN Red you are bypassing any firewalls on your local network. Your computer will get its own IP address on the open internet. This is great because that way your computer can communicate freely with others without getting blocked. However, bypassing the local firewall also means that your computer is more vulnerable to attack.

It uses OPEN VPN protocol. The location is in the “Western US “ and the steps and info we need to connect to it can be found here:

In that link, you are able to download the config file and import it into your OpenVPN client and just connect with your Riseup account that you created before. It supports 3 ports to connect “80,443,1194” and support both of UDP and TCP protocols and you can change anytime you want in to change directly from the config file.

Black VPN:

Same as I told in top its need to use specific application to use this VPN, you have to get this URL first:

And after that, you have to download the BitMask application from this website:

Currently, there is just support for Linux and Android platforms, but another OS is under development.


Autistici was born in 2001 from an encounter of individuals and collectives of the autonomous anti capitalist movement who were interested in technology and active in the fight for digital rights.

Another website providing free anonymity VPN service is this but for use this service you have to provide your purposes for using VPN and answer few question from owners of this website because they are providing this service for limited people and not just for all general users.

And first, you have to request from a mail account from this website to use VPN service and answer to them questions on this page:

After that, if you accepted you got OpenVPN config and key and certificate files to use and its work all platforms and have great anonymity and have a great speed and stability

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  1. Hi GH4D3R,

    Can i please have an invitation code?

    Thank you in advance.

  2. Thanks for the great read.

  3. Really good read.

  4. To Create a account at here: you need a invitation ?

  5. good stuff thanks!

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