Darknet-as-a-service Chimere uses darknet technology from the world of Hacking to hide the services of companies exposed on the Internet. The darknet is an overlay network on the internet which makes it possible to ensure the anonymity of services, to hide them. We have reused this technology and adapted it to the needs of companies to make services invisible to hackers while leaving them visible to users. Chimere is a private darknet. This means that the Chimere darknet is decoupled from the public Tor darknet. The nodes in the Chimere darknet do not communicate with the nodes in the Tor darknet, the circuits built are independent, and the services hidden in one darknet are not accessible from the other. In addition, the Chimere darknet nodes differ in several ways from the official Tor implementation. Darknet Manager Chimere offers a component called the darknet manager which is itself a hidden service. Its role is to: Hold the list of users, groups and services for each tenant (client Chimere user); Generate the certificates of authentication of the services and the users; Manage the certificate chains; Allow to associate/disassociate users to groups or services; Change the configuration of services. These actions can be performed by administrators via the web interface once they are connected to the Chimere darknet. User agent The second software, the User Agent is installed on the workstation of users who need to access these hidden services and grant acces to the darknet in a fully transparent way. Transfer agent The Transfer Agent is installed on a server owned by the customer, and which allows to chimerize the services (to make these services available through the Chimere darknet). This agent is used for several purposes: The configuration of services from the web interface accessible by the administrators Querying the darknet manager in order to check the authorization of users.