What is the Dark Web?

The dark web is a dark place that you should never visit without the assistance of professionals. However, if you are curious about what it may have to offer, here are some tips on how to access dark web sites and dark web markets.

Before launching your search for dark web sites, you should know that dark web websites usually pay their hosting bills through cryptocurrencies like Monero or Bitcoins which are difficult to trace back to the real users. However, dark net markets such as AlphaBay and Silk Road became too popular and were unfortunately shutdown by international police efforts. This naturally led people looking for dark web content elsewhere but most of these alternative places online were actually phishing scams set up with the sole purpose of stealing user data and information from unsuspecting users who were not aware of how darkweb works.

The dark web can be accessed through Tor browser which is a free software originally created by the US Navy that conceals user identity and location by moving their activity across a free, worldwide volunteer network. However, dark web users should note that every time they connect to a dark web site using Tor browser, it creates a unique encrypted traffic route between themselves and the dark web website thus making it near impossible to track their activity or eavesdrop on data packets being sent back and forth. In order words, you may never know who is watching as your darknet activities are not logged in any server.

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