Best Deep Web Search Engine Links

You’re here for the best deep web search engine links, and that’s exactly what I’ll get you.

I wouldn’t be sharing links to Tor link directories, dead .onion link lists or anything of that sort.

Automated, advanced, and professional Tor deep web search engine links is the only thing you’ll be getting.

Security precautions

You never know what a search result may show.

Especially, these dark web search engine links quite often show illegal content.

Even though accessing or using these search engines on the Tor network isn’t illegal, there’s no harm in securing yourself, is there?

And, it’s not time-consuming either. Simply follow the following steps:

  1. Close all the applications running on your system.
  2. Download NordVPN. (Or any other VPN). But, do not proceed to the next step without a VPN.
  3. Launch your VPN.
  4. Only then launch Tor browser.
  5. Download TOR browser.
  6. If you already have Tor browser, update it.
  7. Now, you’re ready.

Complete step by step guide, check out how to access the deep web.


Do not proceed without reading this.

As mentioned earlier, these deep web search engine links may bring up illegal content.

We have no control over these search engines, or their website-indexes/results.

Browsing these search engines is not illegal.

But, clicking on the search-results, and getting involved in other activities may be.

E.g. buying/selling/trading on darknet markets. Ordering/offering illegal services. Visiting illegal porn sites etc.

We do not promote/encourage or support any of those activities.

This article can only be used to research and learn more about these “ deep web search engines”.

You are not allowed to engage in any activity, or click on any of the search-results on any of these Tor .onion search engines.

If you do so, you may be committing a crime. Crime or not, any of your activity anywhere on the deep/dark web, including these search engines will be 100% your own responsibility.

We can not be held responsible for any of your actions.

Proceed only if you agree 100% to the disclaimer above.

Best Deep Web Search Engine Links 2020

I’ve made sure to only list those .onion search engine links here which actually display .onion results.

I’ve compared the search engine databases, taken into account the ad-spam level, and overall legitimacy of these dark web search engines.

However, I do not guarantee that all the displayed results will be 100% authentic or legitimate.

3g2upl4pq6kufc4m.onionDeep web search engineDuck Duck Go – If you’re searching for deep/dark web search engine links, you clearly are a privacy-oriented individual. Duck Duck Go even though doesn’t index .onion links, still deserves a place on this list. Simply because, it’s literally the best alternative to Google when it comes to anonymous searches. Doesn’t trace/track you, doesn’t store information, and doesn’t show ads. Extremely well-indexed database. Houses millions of search-results. Advanced snippets, knowledge-graphs image-searches and filters available. Videos, news and maps too can be searched for.

tgs5dkeqkg5hrjjk.onionDeep web search engineTornet Global Search – It’s being mentioned on the #2 spot because it’s a “23-in-one” search engine. A centralized search engine which can be used to search more than 23 .onion search engines without visiting each search-engine individually. A total of 306,587 searches have been performed till date. A number of ads are displayed, but they’re banner ads, not spammy. Simple interface, enter your keyword> select one of the best deep web search engine links > generates a search-URL > click on it and results are displayed on the search-engine you selected.

msydqstlz2kzerdg.onionDeep web search engineAhmia – Arguably, the most well-established and popular Darknet search engine 2020. Indexes .onion links. Also can be used to search the I2P network. Doesn’t offer a lot of information as far as meta-descriptions go. Also displays the last-updated date. Search-results can also be reported and blacklisted. One of the richest database in terms of “numbers” of indexed sites. Also allows manual addition of .onion sites and databases to its index.

xmh57jrzrnw6insl.onionDeep web search engineTorch – After Ahmia, you’ll find Torch on every other best dark web search engine list. For starters, it totally indexes .onion links. A basic search-box exists, and then a ton of ads. But, those can be totally ignored, they aren’t “on-click” ads. Simple banners. The search-results include not the best meta-descriptions, but they exist. The size of the page, as well as a last crawl date too is displayed. Searches can be sorted using “title”, “last modified date” or “relevancy”.

hss3uro2hsxfogfq.onionDark web search enginenotEvil – notEvil is, well, evil. Evil in the sense, it indexes and displays .onion links. Fortunately though, it’s not as ad-spammed as Torch. Search-queries can be filters to only search in “titles” or “URLs”. Again, not the most legible meta-descriptions, but the URLs are totally functional and relevant. Even grabs FAQ questions and other such snippets from result-sites when available. Pretty data-rich. Shows the “last response” of the site, as well as its ping time. Also has a game called “Zork” which can be played on the search engine.

http://tor66sewebgixwhcqfnp5inzp5x5uohhdy3kvtnyfxc2e5mxiuh34iid.onion/Search Engine Tor66 – It’s a search engine, you can enter keywords and get pre-indexed results for your search. Randomized results can also be obtained using its “Random Onions” link. The most recently indexed results can be found on its “Fresh Onions” link and finally the most visited onions are available if you click on the “Top Onions” link. Anyone can add new URLs for indexation.

dnmugu4755642434.onionDrug search engineKilos – It’s a darknet search engine made specifically for “drugs”. Seems like a new dark web drugs search engine, but still has a massive database. It’s special because it doesn’t display websites, rather “products” from Darknet Marketplaces. Currently, 10 marketplaces can be searched using Kilos, and its database consists of exactly 96,192 listings. Extremely filter-rich. You can select your favourite Cryptocurrency, markets and even price-ranges. Search-results include vendor details, number of sales and other practically-useful data.

grams7ebnju7gwjl.onionDark web search engineGrams – Is one of the few very well established and trustworthy deep web search engine links. Is primarily a “product-search engine”, displays products directly instead of websites. Details such as price, vendor and shipping-source included in the search results. Does feature the “I’m feeling lucky” button. Currency can be set from the right-sidebar for the product prices. Very few (1) ads displayed.

phobosxilamwcg75xt22id7aywkzol6q6rfl2flipcqoc4e4ahima5id.onionDeep web search enginePhobos – Is displayed higher up on this list of the best deep web search engines because of its massive website-index. My search returned 5000+ results (highest on this list). Also, is one of the very few “no ad” deep web search engine links. Google-like interface, but much simpler. The website name, Tor URL and a meta description (random words, not useful) is displayed. Cleanest, least-B.S dark web search engine 2020.

3bbaaaccczcbdddz.onionDeep web search engineOnionLand – The interface resembles that of Torch to quite an extent. More professional ad-interface. Surprisingly, it even has a “I’m feeling lucky” button. Does display a “cached” version of the websites on its result-page. The meta descriptions while still not perfect, are more understandable than some other options on this list of the best Darknet search engines. In some cases, also shows a “site down” error if that specific website isn’t live. Has a “random onion” button, it takes us to a random .onion site everytime we click on it.

http://2fd6cemt4gmccflhm6imvdfvli3nf7zn6rfrwpsy7uhxrgbypvwf5fad.onion/- Darknet search engine Excavator – It’s a search engine which also provides deep web escrow services. Shows both banner ads and paid ads on the results page. Is 2-year old. Has an acceptable database of indexed sites. All clicked links open in a new window. The most impressive aspect is that it doesn’t display duplicate links.

http://no6m4wzdexe3auiupv2zwif7rm6qwxcyhslkcnzisxgeiw6pvjsgafad.onion/- Dark web search engine Submarine – The site indexes .onion domains. Displays text ads, ad-spots cost $100.00 at the top, $50.00 at the bottom. Anyone can add URLs for indexation. Has a clean interface and skips meta description for most sites. Each URL is unique, doesn’t repeat URLs (this is very uncommon especially for darknet search engines.)

http://xmh57jrknzkhv6y3ls3ubitzfqnkrwxhopf5aygthi7d6rplyvk3noyd.onion – Dark web search engine Torch –  Torch boasts 890,000+ indexed sites today. The name stands for “TOR + Search”. It’s one of the oldest dark web search engines in existence. Unfortunately does display multiple  results from the same domain. Also shows the size of each page on the result page.

haystakvxad7wbk5.onionDeep web search engineHaystack – Claims to have indexed 1.5 billion+ pages. While that’s not verified, the searches totally seem to bring back thousands of .onion links for most keywords. Averages 150000+ searches every single day. Has a “premium” plan, which grants access to “email alerts feature”, historical onions and the ability to search using expressions. The free version too works perfectly well and the upgrade is optional. Meta-descriptions available, not well crawled and do not convey a lot of information.

tordex7iie7z2wcg.onionDeep web search engineTor Dex – Another one of the best deep web search engine links which resembles the Torch interface, or maybe, vice-versa. Homepage spammed to death with banner ads. Does have a “I’m feeling lucky” button. Professional result-interface. Much better, understandable meta descriptions available. No cached/historical versions available, keeps it cleaner. Displays prices for the most popular Cryptocurrencies on the right-sidebar. Best marketplaces, e-mail services and wikis too are featured on the right-sidebar. Data rich (my search “Drugs” results 936 results). Ads can be purchased starting at $100.00/month.

oss7wrm7xvoub77o.onionUncensored Deep web search engineOSS – Stands for “Onion search server”. Could easily be one of the most illegal deep web search engine links. Clearly mentions that “no filters are applied, search at your own risk”. It’s very well indicating that all and any results, probably even those related to illegal porn are displayed. Search-results display the headline of the site, and a useless meta description. However, a “snapshot” of the result-page too is included and that’s impressive.

torgle5fj664v7pf.onionDeep web search engineTorgle – The name probably means “Google on Tor”. Jumbled, random text along with HTML codes are grabbed for the meta descriptions and doesn’t really make any sense. The displayed links however are live and related to the query. My search “drugs” brought 349 links, so, can be said to have an acceptable website-index. Page sizes are included with the search-results as well as snapshots of the result-pages are included. Some banners ads do exist, not intrusive.

gjobqjj7wyczbqie.onionDeep web search engineCandle – Well-established, old, and a deep web search engine link with impressive number of websites in its database. My test search “drugs” brought back 417 results. Displays the “complete primary URL” for search-results, this reduces phishing and scam results. Last crawl date for the URLs is included. Only allows basic keyword searches, the interface does resemble Google (including the logo) quite a bit.

evo7no6twwwrm63c.onionUncensored search engineEvo Search – Alike OSS, Evo Search too is an uncensored search engine. Meaning, there’s no cap of what is and isn’t displayed. The search-results may include the most illegal content. Advanced filters available, “And/Or” searches are possible. Colours for the keyword in search-results can be manually chosen. Again, I used “drugs” and it got me 193 results. Page size, Tor link and a meta description displayed. As is mostly the case with even these best deep web search engine links, the meta-descriptions are useless.

oikgfwfqmqkph4rl.onionDeep web search engineOnion Centre – One of the less data-rich yet simpler deep web search engine links. Does offer impressive filters, which include “exact match”, “exclude keywords”, “less relevant” etc. Not completely ad-free. Displays the last crawl date for the links, and even has a “result ID” which I’m not sure what, why or how is it relevant to the searches. Displays the “top searches” on the homepage (beware, illegal content). The search-numbers indicate total searches to be well over a couple million! However, for “Drugs” it displayed less than 10 results.

tor66sezptuu2nta.onionDeep web search engineTor 66 – Not the best, but clearly not the worst Tor search engine. Search-result has 5 promoted ads on every page. The results come next, they show the title of the site, its tagline, and the URL. No meta description displayed, and that’s a good thing, useless clutter is all that is in most cases. On the “not so good side, the search engine displays multiple results from the same site. Has a list of “Fresh onions” (new Tor sites), “Top onions” (established .onion sites links) and a “random onion” button.

visitorfi5kl7q7i.onionDeep web search engineVisiTOR – The interface is a bit overwhelming with ads, additional links and promotions. However, the results still work. Multiple results from the same site may be shown, but they’re categorized to indicate that those results are from the same site. Also has a “best sites” and Tor links directory 2020 link. Seems pretty active, at any given time, 1500+ users are shown to be online.

multivacigqzqqon.onion – Deep web search engineArguably the simplest – looking option amongst all other best deep web search engine links. Unfortunately, the site URL isn’t displayed with the search-result, this may result in phishing attempts. Simply the name of the website, and random meta descriptions are displayed. The database isn’t massive as well and in most cases displays less than 20 search results. 3 ads displayed on the homepage and results page, each. Banners, can be easily ignored.

wikitjerrta4qgz4.onionDeep web links directoryThe Hidden Wiki – The most popular Tor links’ directory. It’s not a “search engine”, and rather a list of links. Meaning, there are no “robots” or “bots” crawling the dark web. The website administrator(s) find and list these links manually. The uptime of these links isn’t guaranteed, neither is the freshness of the list. One-liner descriptions available for the listed links. No ads are displayed on the site.

jh32yv5zgayyyts3.onionDeep web .onion links directoryOnion list – This is not a dark web search engine either, but a links’ directory just like The Hidden Wiki. These links too are manually listed by either one or a group of admin (s). Has 100 or so links, neatly categorized into various sections such as movies, chatroooms, image hosting etc. Language-based categorization available as well. No ads. The links aren’t 100% trustworthy and may be scams (either intentional or unintentional).

hmfztxt3pfhevucl.onionClearnet search engine SearX- It’s a search engine on the Tor network, which lets you search the clearnet. Can be used to search for files, music, news, social media links, images etc. Is free and open-source. Can be customized to the core by the user. Doesn’t display any ads whatsoever. Pulls data from dozen of engines and hence has an impressive no. of results for each search.

qhhunyjzmdyx4i4d.onion  – IRC search engine ixIRC – This one’s pretty unique on this list because it lets you search over 16 IRC networks simultaneously. Doesn’t store any personal logs, even the server logs are deleted in 1 week. While channels are found automatically, it also allows manually adding channels to the database via emails.

ggonionvhfq7brmj.onionDarknet search engine – Google.Onion – This search engine looks and feels exactly like Google, however, isn’t the official Google’s onion version. Does index .onion results. Impressive database. Doesn’t allow searching for images, products or anything else except website URLs. Claims to not monitor any content and hence is uncensored (and open to all types of content, e.g. darknet gun stores).

Difference between dark web search engine links and link directories

The list above is dedicated exclusive to “search engines” and not “link directories”. Search Engines are websites like Google and DuckDuckgo. These are automated, and often have their own crawlers. They let users enter a keyword, and display websites based on those keywords. The displayed links change depending on the searched keyword.

Link directories on the other hand are ” a collection of links” posted on a website/blog. This page is a link directory. No matter what you search for, the links on this page wouldn’t change based on your search.

Also, Search Engines do not have their links listed manually. Rather, automated algorithms and crawlers list those links. However, on a link directory like this page, we (the admins) manually list links.

This is why link directories are in some cases more trustworthy than Search Engines. It’s easy to manipulate Search Engines (because they’re robot-powered) to display spammy/malicious links for certain keywords. However, on a link-directory, only verified, trustworthy and established links are added by admins.

Do note that the opposite of this may be true as well. Admins with malicious intent may redirect you to scam sites intentionally. Hence, it’s advised to verify links via PGP whenever possible.

Here are some link directories if you need an example-  – Deep web link directory  Deep Web Links  –  It’s a link to our own homepage. We’ve listed hundreds of links, categorized and organized so you can find the links you need easily. We’ve also verified the status (live/offline) and try our best to detect scam/fake sites when possible.

darkindex5pin6jb.onion  –  Darknet link directory DarkIndex –  It’s a darknet link directory that has three primary link categories, illegal darkweb markets, Tor forums and “others”. The interface is pretty sleek, no additional redirects, mirrors popup directly on the homepage. PGP verification for the published mirrors also possible. Additional links can be requested to be added to the directory.

darkeyepxw7cuu2cppnjlgqaav6j42gyt43clcn4vjjf7llfyly5cxid.onion  – Onion link directory – Dark Eye  –  Another  darknet links’ directory which publishes mirrors and alternative links for Tor sites. Available categories include markets, forums, single-admin shops, Bitcoin Tumblers etc. Link status, uptime, and last check time for each URL mentioned. PGP verification and signed mirrors (when available) too is published.

qrtitjevs5nxq6jvrnrjyz5dasi3nbzx24mzmfxnuk2dnzhpphcmgoyd.onion  –  Darknet Link directory  –  The Dark Web Pug – It’s a simple one-page link directory which may not be updated very frequently. Dominated by drug marketplaces and individually-owned shops, other links for counterfeits, mixers etc. too listed. Brief descriptions available for every listed URL.

Final Words on the best Deep web search engine links

So those were the 21 best Deep web search engine links folks. All of these are 100% live, and working as of May, 2020.

Feel free to use these search engines to explore the “results of your searches”. But, never click on any link which even remotely sounds or feels illegal.

Only use these Tor search engine links for educational and research purposes.