Ahmia's mission is to create the premier search engine for services residing on the Tor anonymity network. In doing so, we hope to share meaningful statistics, insights, and news about the Tor network and the Tor project.
Contributors to Ahmia believe that the Tor network is an important and resilient distributed platform for anonymity and privacy worldwide. By providing a search engine for what many call the "deep web" or "dark net", Ahmia makes hidden services accessible to a wide range of people, not just Tor network early adopters.
The Ahmia search system is also integrated with the open source Globaleaks Project (to handle suggestions and feedback anonymously) and Tor2Web, a service that helps people not yet on the Tor network visit Tor hidden services.
Since September 2013, Ahmia has been affiliated with Hermes Center for Transparency and Digital Rights, an organization devoted to developing and promoting transparency and freedom-enabling technologies worldwide.
Juha Nurmi, Ahmia Project Leader
Juha Nurmi ( email@example.com) is the founder and project leader of the Ahmia search engine project. He is the CEO of data mining and security company Dignify, a security researcher, and has been involved in numerous projects funded by both the commercial and government spheres. Juha is also a noted lecturer and public speaker. Juha's work on Ahmia has been in part sponsored by the Google Summer of Code.
Pushkar Pathak, Programmer
Pushkar Pathak ( firstname.lastname@example.org) is a programmer and part of the Ahmia core team. He is an undergrad engineering student, a security enthusiast and a crypto anarchist. His work on Ahmia has been sponsored by The Tor Project and the Google Summer of Code.
More on Ahmia
Ahmia is an active area of research, and is in development on GitHub as a free and open source project. If you would like to learn more about Ahmia, download our documentation or presentations on the search engine:
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