These search engines are systems that list onion links from the deep web, the main task of each search engine is to allow the display of hidden pages.
This list contains the search engines most requested by the community on the deep web.
- TorHiddenLinks Onion Dark Web Link Directory (also has clearnet link)
- TorHiddenwiki Onion Dark Web Link Directory (also has clearnet link)
- TheHiddenWiki New and resh Onion link Directory
- Onion Links Dark Web Link Directory
- OnionWall Only the latest and most trustable links
- Deep Search Most Powerful Search Engine on TOR
- Venus Search Engine Venus is a search engine to find onion sites on Tor network. No censorship, you can add any onion site easily.
BlackButterfly666 V3 Link Collection , Hidden Wiki
- Tordex Best and uncensored onion search engine
- Torch Search engine for Tor webpages
- Ahmia Ahmia searches hidden services on the Tor network
- Dark search enginer - A new search engine for the darknet.
- Our Realm– Search Engine. Newest on the market
- Phobos– Another search engines for Tor links
- Kilos– For the darknet, but searches only the clearnet.
- DuckDuckGo– For the darknet, but searches only the clearnet.
About these search engines in the deep web
DuckDuckGo is a search engine located in Valley Forge, Pennsylvania, United States. This engine uses information from publicly sourced sites (such as Wikipedia) with the aim of increasing traditional results and improving relevance. Its philosophy emphasizes privacy and not registering user information.
DuckDuckGo works in association with Yahoo, this association allowed it to incorporate search filtering based on dates and, in addition, in the results of a site show links that facilitate access to its subsections. The search engine provides several special features beyond the original word. These include weather forecasts, maps, calculations and Boolean operations as inclusion or alternatives among others.
This search engine's mission is to be leaders in providing services on the deep web, protecting the anonymity of each user. In addition, they share information of great importance, about the Tor network and the Tor project.
Ahmia developers believe that the Tor network is an important distributed platform to protect anonymity and privacy around the world. However, by providing a search engine for what many call the "deep network" or "dark network", Ahmia makes hidden services accessible to a wide range of people, not just early adopters of the Tor network. .
The "Ahmia" search system is integrated with "Globaleaks". That it is an open source project that is in charge of handling suggestions and comments anonymously. On the other hand, we have Tor2Web, which is a service that helps people who are not yet in the Tor network.
Furthermore, since September 2013, "Ahmia" has been affiliated with the "Hermes Center", for digital transparency. This is an organization dedicated to developing and promoting the transparency of technologies that allow freedom around the world.
Tor Search is a very efficient search engine because it indexes new content all day from the TOR network. However, every day it serves more than 85,000 search requests.
Tor Search constantly crawls (onion) websites 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. In addition, it also revisits already indexed sites to update discover and remove downed and offline sites. However, to maintain the servers, they offer the possibility of inserting advertising banners on their home page.
This virtual bookstore is one of the oldest search engines on the internet. It was created by "Tim Berners-Lee", who was also the creator of HTML and the Web itself. However, unlike commercial search engines, This is run by a confederation of volunteers.
However, these compile key link pages for particular areas, in which they are experts. Although it is not the largest index on the Web, VL pages are widely recognized. This is because it is one of the highest quality guides for particular sections of the Web.
Founded in 1998 as Ixquick.com, we later changed the name to Startpage.com. At Startpage.com, they take into account the privacy dangers of recording people's search behavior, and given their team's strong convictions about privacy, they decided to act accordingly.
That is why in 2006 they created "the most private search engine in the world", which does not record, track, or share your personal data. Over the years, they added many additional privacy features, such as "Anonymous View" for added protection. They are located in Europe, where privacy laws are among the strictest in the world.
Yippy is a search engine that started in 2009, since then it has evolved. To become a leading provider of business learning and knowledge for all types of data users and consumers.
However, the technology that Yippy manages, was created in Carnegie Mellon. To later be acquired by the company in 2010. In addition, this included the acquisition of an unlimited license for the software known as Vivisimo's Velocity, acquired by IBM in 2012 and renamed IBM Watson Explorer.