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Dark Web Technique to Hide Website Identity

Dark Web Technique to Hide Website Identity

Dark Web Technique to Hide Website Identity – The Dark Web is the part of World Wide Web content which are not indexed by the search engines or traditional brewers. In simple terms we can say the list of website which are not indexed by search engine and can only be seen by writing URL address. The contents of this website can only be accessed by downloading specific software or by using authorization code. It is the small part of deep web. The special markets which uses dark web for selling drugs, firearms, other illegal things and pay using cryptocurrency bitcoin. It is the best place criminals, terrorists, Paedophile group to share information and stay hidden online from governments and law enforcement agencies.

How to access the Dark Web Network?

There are no of ways to access the hidden dark web network. The user has to download software or use hardware to access the dark web. Some of them are – TOR, Freenet and I2P (Invisible Internet Project). TOR (The Onion Router) – It is one of the easiest software tool to access the dark web network. It includes a version of Firefox configured specifically to use Tor. Tor used Onion address rather than conventional web addresses to encrypt the contents. Due to the high level of encryption, websites are not able to track geographical location and IP address of their users as well as the users are not able to get this information about the host. Thus the communication between dark net users is highly encrypted allowing users to talk & share the files confidentially.

What are the uses of Dark web Network?

The dark web network are used for both legal and illegal services. The TOR and I2P is used by the dark web users to share information across the network. The misuse of this network is done by —

  1. Hacking Group and Services
  2. Fraud Services
  3. Hoaxes and unverified content
  4. Phishing and Scams
  5. Bitcoin Services
  6. Puzzles
  7. Illegal Pornography
  8. Terrorism
  9. Social media

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