At snapWONDERS we care about your privacy and that you browse the web safely.
Browsing with Tor
You can browse safely with the Tor browser (download: https://www.torproject.org/download/).
The Tor (The onion ring) project was created to enable users to surf the web and "protect yourself against tracking, surveillance, and censorship". The Tor creators have a mission statement that states: "We believe everyone should be able to explore the internet with privacy. We are the Tor Project, a 501(c)3 US nonprofit. We advance human rights and defend your privacy online through free software and open networks" (read more: https://www.torproject.org)
Official snapWONDERS v3 Onion URL
snapWONDERS provides a hidden onion service at:
This is the official snapWonders v3 onion website link. Make sure the onion URL matches to this link to ensure you are not visiting imposter or cloned websites for snapWONDERS.
The older snapWONDERS onion service will be still be supported but eventually phased out for the link above. The older link is:
Browsing with Tails
You can browse safely with Tails.(download: https://tails.boum.org/install/index.en.html).
Tails is a portable operating system that protects against surveillance, censorship, advertising, and viruses. Tails uses the Tor network and comes with the Tor browser installed so you can use the snapWONDERS v3 onion website link:
Browsing with Web Browsers + SSL
You can browse safely with a Web browser + SSL. This can be your usual Web browser such as Chrome, Edge, Firefox, IE, Opera, Safari etc.
The SSL stands for Secure Sockets Layer and is the technology for keeping an internet connection secure and safeguarding any sensitive data that is being sent between two systems. This helps preventing criminals from reading and modifying any information transferred, including potential personal details and content exchanged. It does this by making sure that any data transferred between users and websites remain impossible to read. It uses encryption algorithms to scramble data in transit, preventing hackers from reading it as it is sent over the connection.
Always check to see that the "lock" symbol is showing in your web browser to ensure that your session is secure.
Downloading Web Browsers: