Best search engines for Tor's dark web

Finding hidden services for Tor can be tricky without the help of a search engine. Fortunately, there are quite a few. Links to these search engines work only for browsers that allow access to hidden services, such as the Tor Browser and Brave.

1. Ahmia

This search engine is free software and has more than 53 000 hidden services indexed Keep reading Best search engines for Tor's dark web

Why do some URLs end with a slash?

You have probably come across URLs that end with a slash (such as or /, the server's root directory) and others that don't (such as this one: What's the difference? Is it important?

A URL is basically an address to a resource. URLs do not only refer to web pages, but also to other types of resources. Examples of URL schemes are http, https, ftp, telnet, data and mailto. In this article I am referring to web pages that use either the http or the https scheme.

URLs that end with a slash refer to a directory; URLs that do not end with a slash refer to a file. When you click on the link, the server realises that the requested address is not a file and goes to There it finds a main file called index.html or index with another extension and displays its contents.

Consequently, the page loads faster when we use links to main pages ending with slashes (e.g. /) or when we link to the filename (e.g.

Block websites: hosts file

To block websites you can use a browser extension (such as Block Site), a proxy server (such as Squid), but there is also the option of editing the hosts file, a method that consumes very little RAM and, unlike the browser extension, will work for any browser or program Keep reading Block websites: hosts file

How to delete table cells in LibreOffice Writer

To delete cells the only option is removing its borders. Here I have a table from which I want to remove three of the top cells that are leftover:

To do this, click on the Borders button that appears below when we select the table cells we want to delete and then click on No Borders, as I do in the following image:

In case you get lost, here is also a video demonstration:

Here is the result: