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Dark Web: The Other Side Of The Internet Dark web is a part of the internet where only those users that has a special software could access. Much like the normal web, websites on the dark net could be accessed using a web browser once the user gets inside. However, due to the anonymous nature of dark web there are a lot of hidden sites that are not indexed by search engines making them accessible only by users that knows the exact site address. The dark web also contains a lot of specialized markets called “darknet markets” and are mainly use in illegal trades such as firearms or drugs where payments of services and products uses bitcoin crypto currency. Dark web even contains assassination markets that are crowd funded by anonymous individuals where users could pay for assassination.
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The fact that dark web users are provided with the advantage of total anonymity, a lot of organizations and individuals use it to stay hidden from the intrusive eyes of law enforcement and the government itself. On the bright side, the dark web are also used by a few whistle blowers to provide tips to journalists. However, the most common users of the dark web are those groups with illegal dealings such as criminals, terrorists and pedophiles who wants to maintain secrecy in their dealings.
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Entering The Dark Web With the use of a special kind of software like Tor, I2P and Freenet, one can gain access to the dark net. The Onion Router, also known as Tor is considered as the most popular way in accessing the darknet as it is the easiest to use among all the software used in accessing the darknet. Tor is actually a bundle of software packages to be used in accessing the dark web which includes web browsers that are specifically configured for dark web browsing only. The anonymity and secrecy of the user is maintained by Tor software through relaying every passing message to Tor configured computers referred to as Tor relays. Due to the relaying of messages from one node to another, it is virtually very difficult if not impossible to track the sender or receiver of the message as the trace could only locate the last node that relays it. Unlike the conventional web address, onion addresses are used by Tor to further conceal the contents of the web address. Specialized search engines can also be found on the dark web, and these search engines returns onion addresses to be used on Tor services. However, Tor is not totally anonymous. Accessing the website could still provide potential information access to the users through use of shared information such as email addresses and username of the site users. In cases of individuals who wants to maintain total anonymity, the only way to do so is to use special services that maintains concealment of user identity.