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How to Access the Dark Web

If you’re interested in knowing what lurks under the hood of the internet, navigating the dark web isn’t a problem — but it’s not without risk. Imagine yourself in a place that has hidden back alleys. It’s simple to explore but if you follow the wrong route it could be hazardous.

In short, the dark web is an online cesspool for criminal activities, including drug see deals as well as black-hat hacking and terrorism. It’s also a place where criminals, such as hitmen human smugglers, corrupt officials, can come together. However, the dark web doesn’t have to be all bad. It also serves as a type of link between people who are politically outcast and those in the open world, serving as an outlet for those looking to make anonymous tips (whistleblowers).

Tor is a unique browser that lets you access the dark web. It functions a bit like a VPN, encrypting your requests and removing geo-location labels that your ISP or government might use to track you. Tor also enhances your privacy by routing your request through a network of volunteers servers all over the world.

After installing and configuring Tor, you can begin browsing the dark web. Content isn’t as indexed as it is on the surface web, but there are still plenty of sites to check out. There are sites where you can buy illegal guns and drugs, as well guides on how to hide your digital footprint, or launch ransomware attacks.

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