Tor2web: browse the anonymous internet

Tor is a software project that lets you anonymously browse the Internet. Tor2web is a project to let Internet users access anonymous servers.

Here's how it works: Imagine you've got something that you need to publish anonymously, like the Federalist Papers or leaked video from a whistleblower. You wisely protect your anonymity using a Tor hidden service. Then people access those documents through Tor2web; that way anyone with a Web browser can see them.

Getting started

Whenever you see a URL like http://duskgytldkxiuqc6.onion/, that's a Tor hidden Web service. Just replace .onion with .tor2web.org to use the Tor2web proxy network. Example:

https://duskgytldkxiuqc6.tor2web.org/

This connects you with Tor2web, which then talks to the hidden service via Tor and relays the response back to you.

WARNING: Tor2web only protects publishers, not readers. As a reader installing Tor will give you much greater anonymity, confidentiality, and authentication than using Tor2web. Using Tor2web trades off security for convenience and usability.

Example sites

More information

Support us

DONATE: You can support us with a little donation.

HOST: You can set up your own Tor2web proxy.

CODE: You can write code to help us. Also check out Tor2web-related tasks in Tor.

Press

info@tor2web.org
Tor2Web was originally developed by Aaron Swartz and Virgil Griffin and is
developed and mainteined by the HERMES Center for Transparency and Digital Human Rights
to report abuse, please contact abuse@tor2web.org