The hacktivist group Anonymous has launched a virtual school in a dark web hidden service that allows you to share your experiences with the implementation and anonymizers of cyberattacks.
OnionIRC provides a forum to which access can be obtained through Tor Messenger. The main objective of the hacktivist group Anonymous through this new service is to “arm the current and coming generations of internet activists with education.”
Anonymous Opened Virtual School For Teaching Hacking
According to the hacktivist group Anonymous, “Our plan is to provide virtual classrooms where, on a scheduled basis, ‘teachers’ can give lessons on any number of subjects,”.
According to Anonymous, the number of users online is growing every day. “We started very well with a great user base and virtual classes to educate hacking”, reported the hacktivist group Anonymous on Twitter.
As we mentioned earlier that the new chat service dubbed OnionIRC would be hosted on the Deep Dark Web, which means we all can assume the Deep Dark Web as the secret underworld area of the internet which will not be accessible through Google as the OnionIRC uses special protocols and through this special protocols, members and users of Deep Web can perform their operations anonymously with enhanced security.
Whatever it was, the founder and editor of Hackread, Waqas Amir, checked the new service from the hacktivist group Anonymous.
When he went into the chat, he found only 20 members were present, and only 3-4 users knew something about the break-ins, while others had no idea about this, and the instructors were under incognito.
However, the organizers tried their best to teach them as comprehensively as possible to attract more users.
Classes will begin Sunday; the time is to be determined. This will be a basic entry-level course covering the topic of anonymity & privacy.
— Anonymous (@OnionIRC) April 22, 2016
The OnionIRC forum is for every level of user, and if anyone wants to join the OnionIRC forum, then joining the OnionIRC forum can be found on Ghost in.
According to the latest tweet, sessions for users with the initial level of training will be held on Sunday, April 24th.