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What Is The Dark Web And How Can I Find It?
Dark Web Definition
The dark web, a portion of the internet that's invisible to search engines, requires Tor to connect. The "dark web" is frequently referred to as a location where crime thrives. Thomas Rid and Daniel Moore who are both of King's College London, analyzed the content of 2,723 websites that were dark over the span of five weeks between 2015 between 2015 and. They discovered that 57% of them hosted illicit content. A 2019 study, Into the Web of Profit, conducted by Dr. Michael McGuires at the University of Surrey, shows that things have become more serious. The number of dark web listings that could harm an enterprise has increased by 20 percent since the year 2016. 60% of all online listings (except those that offer illegal drugs) can be damaging to companies. It's possible to purchase credit cards, counterfeit money and guns, counterfeit payment cards, or even stolen subscription credentials. For as little as $50, you can buy login credentials for the Bank of America, counterfeit $20 bills or pre-paid debit cards. You also have the option of an "lifetime" Netflix Premium account. Hackers are available to hire you. You can buy passwords and usernames. You don't need to do it illegally. The dark web has its legitimate aspects. For instance, you can join a BlackBook or Chess Club, which are social networks that have been called"the "Facebook of Tor". Have a look a this new hidden wiki link for tips.
 

 
Deep Web Vs. Dark Web: WhatS The Difference?
Although the words "deep" and "dark" are frequently used interchangeably, they are not synonymous. Deep web is any content that's not indexed by Google and is therefore not available through a search engine such as Google. Deep web content means anything hidden behind a paywall or login. It also contains content that has been restricted by web crawlers. The deep web also contains content that is fee-based, medical records, membership websites, and private corporate web pages. It is believed that the deep internet covers 96% to 99 percent of the web. A small portion of the internet can be accessed through traditional web browsers. It is generally known as the"clear web. The dark web is a subset the deep web that is deliberately hidden. It requires an additional browser called Tor to access, as explained below. No one really knows how big the dark web, however most estimates put it at about 5% of the total internet. Although it is a dark web there isn't a single instance where the dark web is used for illegal purposes.
 
Dark Web Browser
It's easy to believe that the dark internet is easy due to the activities. However, it's not. It's not. To access the dark web, you need using an anonymizing browser known as Tor. Tor is a browser that routes web page requests through a network of proxy servers that are run by thousands of volunteers around the world. It blocks your IP address to be identified and trackable. Tor is a magic tool, but it results in an experience that's unpredictable in its reliability, is unreliable and incredibly slow. For those willing to endure the discomfort the dark web offers a glimpse into the dark side of human experience without having to go through the hassle of searching for it.
 

 
Dark Web Search Engine
Dark web search engines are available but even the top ones are unable to stay on top of the ever shifting landscape. The same thing happens like when you browsed the web in late 1990s. Grams is one of Google's most powerful search engines, often returns results that seem unrelated and irrelevant to the search query. The Hidden Wiki offers another alternative, however even the indexes could return confusing number of disconnected connections as well as 404 errors.
 
Dark Web Websites
Although dark web sites appear just like any other website, there are some important distinct differences. The first is the naming structure. Dark web websites don't finish in.co or.com. Instead, they end in.onion. Wikipedia declares that this suffix is "a top-level domain suffix that is used for special-use designating an anonymous hidden service via the Tor network." The sites can only be reached by those who have the correct proxy. Dark web websites also use the scrambled structure of naming that results in URLs that are often impossible to remember. For example, a popular commerce site called Dream Market goes by the unintelligible address of "eajwlvm3z2lcca76.onion." Many dark websites are set up by scammers, who constantly move around to avoid the wrath of their victims. Even commerce sites which have been around for years may suddenly cease business if their owners choose not to make a payment or leave the escrow funds they are holding on behalf customers.