How to Access the Dark Web

You’ve probably heard about the terms Tor and dark web in the media. However, using these websites isn’t as dangerous as they appear. It’s actually fairly easy to start.

The dark web is comprised of pages that aren’t indexed by search engines such as Google. It’s a part of the web where data and other information that would otherwise be private is stored. Email inboxes and Google Drive folders are stored on the deep web. They’re not visible to the public when browsing with a standard browser.

There are many other websites on the dark web that serve legitimate goals. SecureDrop, for example, is a dark-web website that allows anonymously submitting sensitive information by whistleblowers. There are sites that assist people in buying and sell stolen credentials like credit card numbers, passwords and social security numbers. These websites are often referred to as ‘marketplaces’ and the most well-known examples are Silk Road and AlphaBay, but there are lots of others that have gone out of business.

The key to surfing the dark web is a network dubbed Tor that carries your data through a set of servers run by volunteers that are located all over the world. This makes it difficult for anyone to monitor your activities. Tor is named this way because the data it encodes traverses several layers, similar to the onion layering on pizza, which helps secure your privacy.

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