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If you’re looking to discover what lurks beneath the surface on the internet, it’s easy to access the dark web. However, there are some risks. Imagine yourself in a city that has hidden back streets. It’s not difficult to discover however, if you go down the wrong path, it could be dangerous.

The dark web is a swathe of criminal activity, including drug dealing, black-hat hackers and terrorists. It’s also a venue for the worst of society like hitmen, human traffickers, and corrupt officials. But the dark web doesn’t have to be all bad. It also serves as a form of communication between political outcasts and people in the free world and serves as a platform for those who want to submit anonymous tips (whistleblowers).

To access the dark internet it requires a specific browser called Tor. It’s a bit similar to a VPN in that it secures your internet requests and removes geo-location labels your ISP or the government could use to track you. Tor protects you from adversity because it redirects your request through an international network of volunteer servers.

After you’ve installed and configured Tor Once you’ve installed and configured Tor, you can begin surfing the dark web. There are still plenty of websites to visit, even while the content isn’t well indexed as it is on the surface web. For instance, you can find online shops that let you buy illegal drugs and firearms, as well as sites that offer tips for hiding your digital footprint or launching ransomware attacks.

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