The Dread Forum is the Darknet’s Reddit. This is due to the site’s obvious resemblance to Reddit. The user interface is a rip-off. This means you’ll be able to create your own posts and subreddits. The 2018 Reddit ban on all darknet drug industry subreddits was most likely the catalyst.
37 comments 72 Posted by u/hugbunt3r 4 months ago [July 27th] Current mirror - DoS attack update -----BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE----- Hash: SHA512 Since the relaunch we've been under constant, non-stop attack, but always been able to keep the main onion online consistently enough, especially the past few weeks.
Dread v3 Onion Address. -----BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE----- Hash: SHA512 For some reason, Reddit has censored the onion address for Dread in the sidebar here and won't even allow me to add the Dark.fail link for our mirrors.
Dread, the largest and most popular dark web forum, has recently relaunched after it was shut down by a massive DDoS attack in November 2022. Its disappearance from the darknet left its administrators and users stunned. What is Dread? Dread is a darknet forum that can only be accessed via Tor or I2P.
What is the Dread Forum (and how is it the Dark Web's Reddit)? Dark Web markets are based on the eBay model of online retail. I must emphasize that there is no connection between the eBay corporation and darknet markets.
Dread acts as a place for anyone to post, discuss, comment and otherwise participate in a social network anonymously and without fear of censorship. The site touts itself as a free-speech platform that offers an alternative to the “unjustified censoring provided by clearnet sites such as Reddit.”.
Dread is a popular community hub which has been described as a "Reddit-style forum" and the successor of the seized DeepDotWeb for discussion around market law enforcement activity and scams.   It came to prominence in 2018 after Reddit banned several darknet market discussion communities, rapidly reaching 12,000 registered users within ...
The Dread forum is frequently used by “ODN” to track international Darknet marketplaces. It was discovered that the Dread forum was occasionally inaccessible and discovered that the platform was the victim of an ongoing DDoS attack.
Libre Forum, an illicit community and potential successor to Dread, is showing the limits—and enduring resiliency—of centralized forums on the dark web.