Strongly coupled extensions of the Standard Model that confine around the TeV scale are an attractive possibility for having a Dark Matter candidate, stable thanks to accidental global symmetries of the renormalizable lagrangian. In this talk we discuss the phenomenology of such theories focusing on their signatures in flavor, CP violation, precision tests and high energy collider experiments. We show that striking signatures in so far overlooked multibosons final state allow to test these theories up to resonance masses of a few TeV. States that mix with the Higgs could be searched for in a variety of final states relevant for double Higgs production. Possibile implications for neutrino masses and baryogenesis will be briefly discussed.