Reddit Deep Web Links for Dark Web Users

Anyone just embarking on the journey of the Deep Web either turns to Youtube or Google for help on how to reach there, or for other information. Well, there’s a path less traveled by as well- the Reddit deep web.

Reddit Deep Web is basically the subreddits on Reddit which are related to the deep/Dark web and contain information on security, Cryptocurrencies, Red Rooms, deep web links and basically everything else.

The prime factor which makes these Deep Web Reddit links better than Google or Youtube is that these are created and maintained by individual users, who aren’t seeking any profits from sharing their information mostly (apart from vendor-posts).

While in the case of Google and Youtube, most of the information is biased, or selective based on the searches, ad-potential, rankings and whatnot. If something isn’t interesting or profitable, you won’t find it on those platforms.

Reddit Deep Web Links

So well here are the deep web Reddit links which should help you get to the stepping stones of the same. Note that the content being user-generated isn’t always accurate or trustworthy and hence take everything you read on these Reddit dark web links with a pinch of salt.

1. r/Deepweb


Subscribers: 77.5K

This is one of the best deep web subreddits to start on the Deep web considering how its introductory post has debunked quite a few of the myths which new users generally associate with the Deep/Dark web.

Also, it has a links directory to another deep web Reddit which new users may find useful. And even though it’s nearly 2 years old it’s quite frequently updated and the latest update was on May 1st, 2018 which makes it pretty up to date.

Additionally, most of the information on the introductory post coincided with what we believe to be true as well, with 336 upvotes and 114+ positive comments it does seem like one of the best Reddit Dark web links for starters.

Most of the threads on the subreddits are super informational with topics such as “When will Tor become Obsolete”, “Advanced 2-FA Techniques” and so on.

2. r/DeepWebPics


Subscribers: 9.4K

This Reddit Deep Web is basically for those who’d like to enjoy the Deep/Dark web from a safe distance, i.e. without actually having to install Tor and accessing the dark web themselves.

It hosts and lets other users host screenshots and images captured from the Darkweb, or in other words from the Tor sites. Clearnet users can have a glimpse of the Deep web through these pictures without actually having to visit it themselves.

It also has some general threads where mostly newbies ask questions such as- What is the deep web? Will I go to Prison if I access the Deep web? And so on.

3. r/Onions


Subscribers: 97.8K

A Reddit deep web for the “Onion network or Tools”. Basically, it hosts a plethora of discussions on anything related to the Onion network which includes Tor (the browser), Onion links and so on.

The best use this thread can be put to by users is learning security tips on how to stay anonymous and maximize security while on the Onion network. Apart from that, it introduces users to advanced projects on the Onion network, new updates, Tor vulnerabilities and so on.

It also has couple threads which explain the difference between a VPN and Tor, as well as the need of the former in addition to the latter. In a nutshell, it hosts some of the most needed educational topics related to Onion over there.

4. r/Tor


Subscribers: 53.4K

Even though it may seem to be the same thing as the above Subreddit, it isn’t. The page linked to above talks about the “onion network”, while this one is dedicated specifically to Tor.

Tor as most of you should already know stands for “The Onion Router” and is the browser using which the onion network is accessed, and this subreddit is dedicated exclusively to that.

It discusses updates, ways to bypass blocks, advanced scripts for the browser, security tips and so on. It does have a couple unrelated threads, but largely it’s a Tor-knowledgebase which can be used not just by newcomers but also Advanced users to make their browser better and stronger.

5. r/Darknetmarketsnoob


Subscribers: 448

Even though it’s not as subscriber-rich as the other deep web reddit links on this list it still is completely related to the deep/Dark web markets.

Mostly it consists of threads from individuals who redirect users to their marketplaces/ shops and try to sell goods, not every link can be trusted, but not each one is a scam either.

It also has other cautionary posts from other individuals who warn others about scammers, share their experience with certain individuals, and post pictures of receiving orders verifying a vendors’ and/or products’ legitimacy.

6. r/Conspiracy


Subscribers: 698K

What’s one of the most visited sites on the Dark Web? WikiLeaks! In fact it’s one of the reasons why the Deep/Dark web is often associated with “conspiracy theories and leaked documents”.

This subreddit is dedicated exactly to that, It’s super active with couple thousand Redditors always online and interacting among themselves, the threads too get upvotes in thousands as long as they’re relevant.

There are no limitations as to what can or can’t be discussed as long as it’s in the “conspiracy” brackets, and the rules of the subreddit aren’t violated. They also have conspiracy roundtables where thousands of Redditors come together and discuss on a mutually chosen conspiracy topic.

If WikiLeaks interested you, or you’d rather be on the Clearnet than the Darkweb and still discuss conspiracy, this is the place to do so.

7. r/Privacy


Subscribers: 329K

You can’t be a Deep web stroller and not be a privacy-freak, or enthusiast in the last. This Reddit Deep web even though isn’t directly related to the Deep/Dark web, surely is the backbone of it.

Anyone who lacks privacy won’t make for a good deep web user considering how you’d always be afraid of the cops busting through your door even though you aren’t exactly being illegal.

This subreddit has advanced privacy tips, discussions and threads which cover some pretty out of the box strategies, tools, codes and what not to tighten your security and give you the peace of mind you seek.

Although it’s not exactly for newcomers and would be understood only by those who have at least some knowledge of codes, or security technicalities in the least.

8. r/ VPN


Subscribers: 56.6K

A VPN stands for “Virtual Private Network”, it’s one of the simplest yet most effective ways to secure your Internet connection, traffic, and identity. Anyone who even considers being on the Deep/Dark web needs to have some knowledge of a VPN and always using best VPN service while visiting deep web sites.

As the TOR browser honestly mentions on its homepage, it’s not enough to get people the privacy and anonymity actually required to be on the Dark web, or it’s not the most secure layer of protection in other words, and that’s where a VPN comes in.

It has advanced threads on differences between various VPN protocols, encryption keys and algorithms, setup guides, and basically everything else you’ll ever need. Although I personally trust NordVPN and have been using it for over 4 years now especially for the Deep web visits.

9. r/Bitcoin


Subscribers: 933K

With nearly a million subscribers, this arguably could be the most visited and read topic on Reddit, and rightly so considering how Bitcoin skyrocketed last year making millions for the opportunists.

Also, every Darknet Market on the Dark web regardless of their choice of other coins does accept Bitcoin, in fact, Bitcoin was used on the Darker side of the web much much earlier than it came to the clearnet pertaining to its anonymous and secure nature.

If you’re on the Dark web, you’d need Bitcoin to complete almost every transaction, and this reddit Deep web has answers to every single question that may exist about Bitcoin, its technology, predictions, transactions, fee, anonymity, privacy and everything in between.

Also, not just for the Deep web, it can be used to gain a plethora of knowledge about Bitcoin in general as well and make smart investments if that’s your thing.

10. r/Buttcoin


Subscribers: 41.3K

This is a 9 year old subreddit. The agenda of the subreddit isn’t very clear. However, as the name suggests, it’s probably a parody subreddit for Bitcoin. In fact, it has its own pages on Tradingview, CoinGecko, and even its own website.

However, the posts that we found on the subreddit were mostly practical, realistic and informative, mostly with a hint of comedy or humor.

We also saw people post their problems with Bitcoin and other users rush to help them out. It can be used to just learn more about Bitcoin, its relation with the other coins, market predictions etc.

For the most part, it talks of the downsides, problems, issues that Bitcoin or other newer Cryptocurrencies bring with themselves. In other words, it’s Anti-Bitcoin but not pointless. Some of the points it makes actually help you make better decisions when it comes to Crypto-investing.

11. r/Darknet


Subscribers: 23.2K

Darknet is a Reddit page which acts as a bridge between the clearnet, and Darknet marketplaces/vendors. Users can post reviews, experiences, feedback about various Darknet markets and/or their vendors over here.

Additionally, it also has a monthly “advertisement” thread which can be used to advertise products by the vendor, it’s the only thread which allows direct advertisements.

Can be used by buyers who need reviews about specific products or vendors, or by vendors when they need to advertise, solve questions/queries from users, clear confusions or just have a discussion related to their products.

12. r/DeepwebIntel


Subscribers: 688

It’s one of those Reddit deep webs which isn’t ultra-popular but is still a place to hang out at when you’re bored. It simply is a subreddit where deep web users come either to share their own experience on the deep web or to ask for deep web links/ content.

It doesn’t allow CP, Gore, or Rape materials to be discussed or shared, but everything else is pretty much allowed. It also has a couple of threads sharing links, some individual promoting his discord link and so on.

13. r/Drugs


Subscribers: 449K.

What’s the most sold commodity on the Dark Web and nearly every Darknet Market out there? Drugs! Even though this SubReddit isn’t exactly linked to Dark web it’ll surely pique the interest of anyone interested in the same.

It has an official weekly conversation thread where drugitors come and talk just about anything, although it’s also used by vendors to market and sell their products.

It can also be used by Dark web enthusiasts to know more about the drugs they’re buying from the Dark web as it has some independently published detailed reports about various drugs, their effects, and in-take measures.

As it has real people using various drugs, it can be used to interact with other users of the same drug and get to know its side-effects, results or basically anything else.

14. r/DarkWeeb


Subscribers: 491.

Even though it’s a 5 year old Reddit deep web link, it only has 491 members as of today. It’s still moderately active and there’s a new post every couple hours. Primarily it’s dominated by vendor listings and ads for their products.

However, occasionally you’d also find reviews, scam-reports and other discussions related to Dark web markets. There also is a list of scammers so potential buyers could avoid them on DNMs.

However, no purely deep web (excluding the Dark web) content could be found. As in, everything on the subreddit was completely illegal for the most part. But sure, if you count curious questions and queries from first-timers it could be said to house semi-legal content.

For e.g. people have posted questions regarding ways to buy Bitcoin, shipping doubts, trustworthy escrow services and so on. A couple threads asking “identity-search” portals too were available.

15. r/ZeroNet


Subscribers: 6.6K.

Zero Net is a Deep web within itself. It’s an open-source and decentralized network which is supposed to replace the formal, censored internet. Everything on Zero Net is 100% decentralized. It’s peer-run, much like BitTorrent.

In other words, websites are hosted by “seeders”. There’s no way to take a website down as long as even 1 visitor is seeding/serving that website. The domains too are decentralized.

Seeding allows users to browse the network even offline. The subreddit has 6.6K members and is used for all and any discussions regarding Zero Net. The sub-reddit isn’t very active but if the Deep web interests you, this Subreddit should too.

16. r/EmailPrivacy


Subscribers: 1.1K

This subreddit is dedicated to Email privacy, anonymity and security. Here you find lots of threads about email privacy, best anonymous email service providers, and disposable email addresses etc. If you are curious about your email privacy and security, you can subscribe to this subreddit and discuss with other members.

17. r/DarkWebLinks (Banned)


Subscribers: 10.7K

As the name suggests, it’s a page which offers Deep web links Reddit, it’s just a links’ directory consisting of a number of Deep/Dark web links.

The introductory thread consists of 650+ Dark Web Links although it was last updated on 5/17 which makes it nearly a old hence quite a few of those links are probably obsolete by now, although some should still be working.

Then there’s a thread for “Best Dark Web Shops”, even though most of the links posted on the thread seem legit as far as my knowledge goes, it may not be universally true for all the links and hence caution is advised before using them.

Most other threads are general conversations and security tips from random users. Overall, it’s a good place to start if you need links to the darker side of the web.

18. r/DeepWebHowto (Banned)


Subscribers: 191

In case you didn’t go through our “How to deep web properly” guide yet (linked above) this may be one of the other answers to your questions, even though it’s not that detailed or well-researched.

It’s simply a subreddit where you get mini-guides about the Deep web such as how to access, how to stay safe, how to surf for the first time and so on. With less than 200 subs it may not be the best place to start, but it still is a place.

19. r/DeepWebShowandTell (Banned)


Subscribers: 2.0K

Regardless of what the name says, this is one of those deep web links Reddit pages which has turned into a Reddit-marketplace. It’s full of vendors advertising, selling their products and buyers interacting with them.

Although all the ads do contain reviews and feedback from other users, how far they can be trusted is really a personal opinion. It’s pretty active and has over a hundred individual threads and at least 10-15 users online at a time.

Bottom line, if you wish to test the waters for a product or vendor without actually doing anything illegal, it’s the place to do so.

Final Words on Reddit Deep Web: How to use it Safely

So we’ve compiled this huge list of over 15 Subreddits which will help you one way or another in either reaching or understanding the Deep/Dark web.

Although beware, as most of these are user-generated they can’t and shouldn’t be trusted blindly, not even the “real human reviews” posted and hence do conduct a fair share of research before following any link directly from Reddit.

Also, try to go with subreddits having quite a few years of age, and/or no. of subscribers and upvotes which establishes trust in a Subreddit and lowers its chances of being scam.

Bottom line, use it to get an overview of the Deep/Dark web and then use Tor along with a VPN to access the real deal over the onion network.

Do let me know what you think of this Reddit Deep web guide and if there are other subreddits you think deserve being on this page.