Dark Web: The Truth Behind The Encryption Dark web is a part of the internet where only those users that has a special software could access. After entering this side of the internet using the special software, users could then access dark websites using a web browser just like in a normal web. However, the dark web have a lot of hidden website that are not indexed in search engines making them hidden, and can only be accessed by users that know the exact site address. The dark web is also a place full of special markets that are referred to as darknet markets wherein illegal trades of drugs and firearms are done using bitcoin cryptocurrency as payment method. Dark web even contains assassination markets which are generally crowdfunded, and anyone with access to it could request for an assassination mission at a certain price.
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Since the dark web maintains anonymity of its users, groups and individuals who wants to stay hidden from law enforcers and the government often makes use of it. On the bright side, the dark web are also used by a few whistle blowers to provide tips to journalists. But still, dark web are more often used by felons such as terrorists or pedophiles that wants to maintain complete secrecy in all their illegal trades and dealings.
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Into The Dark Dark web can be accessed in several different ways which includes using I2P, Freenet and Tor software. Among the software being used to access the dark web The Onion Router often called as Tor is one of the most popular as it provides easy access to 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. Since the messages bounces from one server node to another, tracking of message sources is difficult as the address of the message sender and receiver is only pointed to the last node that passed the message. Tor uses onion addresses in order to further mask the content of a web address unlike the conventional ones. There are also specialized search engines in the dark web that will return onion addresses in their search results which is specifically designed for use on Tor services. However, Tor is not totally anonymous. Shared information like email addresses and username of a dark site’s user is a potential way of accessing their information. The identity of users who wants to maintain complete anonymity can only be done through the use of anonymity services in the dark web.