5 Best Deep Web Hacker Forums

in hacking •  last year

Searching for the best hacker forums on the darkweb and/or the clearnet? If yes, you need to look no further, we’ve compiled quite a few of those here, along with a lot of other data related to the topic. Hacker forums basically are exactly what the phrase translates into, forums made primarily with the aim of discussing topics related to hackers.

  1. KickAss

Website: http://kickassugvgoftuk.onion

KickAss is one of the best hacking forums, specializing in malware, exploits, and accounts.
You can request to join the forum, although they’ve a really strict captcha system, and your request needs to be manually approved by an administrator.

  1. Hack This Site

Website: https://www.hackthissite.org/forums

As their description says, they’re a legal hackers’ forum, sharing tips, tricks, tutorials, and tools only for educational purposes.

  1. Exploit.in

Website: https://forum.exploit.in/

Despite its .in domain, it’s not an Indian, rather a Russian site. Although language isn’t an issue anymore because you can simply translate it to English with one click.
It’s probably more active than Hack5 forums, and has most thread replies time- stamped with “few hours ago” which is a good sign.

  1. 0x00sec

Website: https://0x00sec.org/

Okay, this one isn’t as “traffic-rich” as some of the other hacker forums on this list. But I’m still enlisting it here it does have some really good topics and tutorials.

  1. HackerPlace

Website: http://hackerw6dcplg3ej.onion/

It’s a deep web forum, and it’s rather restricted when it comes to communications as users can’t exactly talk there. It’s more like a directory, consisting of various hacking and programming related materials.

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