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What is the dark web? How to access it

The Dark Web is the deepest part of the Internet and contains a whole hidden world. The Intelliagg group,in 2015, reviewed more than 1,000 samples of hidden services in Tor and found that 68% of the contents of Tor's Dark Web were illegal. However, while most Dark Web websites are associated with illegal activities, many people use it for legitimate purposes such as:


1. Hide your IP address to protect your privacy.
2. Hide data related to your computer.
3. Hide your browsing data (fingerprint when browsing the surface Internet), either because they are being persecuted for their political ideas in dictatorial countries, by some criminal organization or by any other legitimate cause.

Here's what you can find on the Dark Web:


Dark Web Links

- THE HIDDEN WIKI 
The Hidden Wiki is the output box of the Dark Web. It comes to be like a "Yellow Pages" or "Teletext" service as it functions as an index of .onion portals accessible from the Tor network. Its location within the network is very difficult to find because, for legal reasons, it is constantly changing server and domain.
In addition, even if you get to find The Hidden Wiki you can not access everything because they restrict traffic with different protection systems and sometimes it is necessary to receive an invitation. So there is a Deep Web within the Dark Web itself.


By looking at the content map of your homepage, we can clarify which websites and services are hidden behind the Tor network: 
• Financial services: money laundering of bitcoins, PayPal accounts that have been stolen, counterfeit coins and banknotes, cloning credit cards, etc. If you want to know more about how to prevent scams click here. In this article we provide you with a list of 45 tips to keep your bank accounts secure.

• Commercial services: black market, sexual exploitation, arms and drug sales, false documentation, among others.
• Anonymity and security: instructions to improve privacy in Tor, especially when it comes to selling or trading in cryptocurrencies.

• Hosting services: web hosting and storage of illegal or privacy-prepending images/files.
• Blogs and forums: in addition to those linked to buying and selling services, there are two common categories that are hacking and exchanging images of all kinds.
• Mail services: Some of the email addresses are free and others are paid with SSL and IMAP support.

• Political activism: exchange of censored files, hackitivism and pages of murder. Anarchy and "anti-system" ideology are what dominates the Dark Web the most, but there are many other groups that justify violence.

• State Secrets: There is a Wikileaks "secluded" and several pages on which to publish secrets, leaks related to The Intelligence Services.

• Erotic pages: they are both paid and freely accessible. There is a wide range of subcategories and there is no moral or legal limit.


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