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    Welcome to the Deep Web (GET ON DEEP WEB and LINKS)

    Welcome to the Deep Web (GET ON DEEP WEB and LINKS!)
    Many people think all the internet is an "exclusive product of the World Bosses", which can be censored by the FBI or somenthing like that. They might think most of the Web can be seen by the slight click of a bloody (Fucking, for the americans) search engine like "The Lord God" Google. Well, sorry but all of those people are lovely wrong.

    The Deepnet, The Invisible Web, The Undernet, The Hidden Web, The Dark Web... You can call it whatever you want, and it's still refers to a huge slice of the Web content that is not part of the Surface, which is indexed by standard search engines. The Deepnet is pretty enormous, many times larger than the section of the internet that some people assume to exist.

    On The Deep Web you can find EVERYTHING! There are sites that sell robbed credit cards, people selling any illicit drugs. It is a portal to the black market weapons, to child pornography, to craigslist-like websites for hired killers and more. Many illegal services can be sold and bought online through the Dark Network using an untraceable digital currency called Bitcoin.
    The lack of access leads to lack of policing, and it is a totally different world, probably one comparable to the general term “the underworld", and it is depicted there as the submerged portion of an iceberg.

    Fortunately, not all sites of the Deepnet sites are about evil things. It can be very lovely and helpful when we are looking for secret and/or rare information. It might as well be used by those who do not want their personal liberties threatened, or by those who are being watched by government agencies.
    We can use the Deep Web as a perfect tool for acquiring knowledge. It contains 7,500 terabytes of information compared to 19 terabytes of information in the surface Web, which means that for every terabyte available on the surface, there are 395 terabytes on the Deep Web. In other words, 99.75% of all the information available on the Internet can be found on the Deep Web
    WikiLeaks represents an example of a good use of the Deepeb. In the beginning, this website used to be operated on the Deepnet, it went to the Surface.
    Another example is the "Anonymous" group, which has used Tor Browser in order to organize those massive attacks on a handful of commercial organizations. They use the Deepnet to organize their actions, where they can work on their own without the bosses’ supervision.
    "It should not be a hunting ground for law enforcement. Why can't ordinary people be anonymous, too?" Well, totally agreed.

    Here are some facts from The Deep Web (list made by an unknown):
    • Public information on the deep Web is currently 400 to 550 times larger than the commonly defined World Wide Web.
    • The deep Web contains nearly 550 billion individual documents compared to the 1 billion of the surface Web.
    • More than 200,000 deep Web sites presently exist.
    • Sixty of the largest deep-Web sites collectively contain about 750 terabytes of information — sufficient by themselves to exceed the size of the surface Web forty times.
    • The deep Web is the largest growing category of new information on the Internet.
    • Deep Web sites tend to be narrower, with deeper content, than conventional surface sites.
    • Total quality content of the deep Web is 1,000 to 2,000 times greater than that of the surface Web.
    • Deep Web content is highly relevant to every information need, market, and domain.
    • More than half of the deep Web content resides in topic-specific databases.
    • A full ninety-five per cent of the deep Web is publicly accessible information — not subject to fees or subscriptions.

    Foremost, this is not a fiction film. It may seem far fetched, but there are the most simple ways TO GET ON THE DEEP WEB.
    The web pages from deepnet have a special extension .onion and a complicated name, and in order to view the content you can use TOR
    Since this is not a place for everybody, I would like to give you a personal advice: While surfing the Deep Web you’ll face a lot of things that are not easily digestible, such as child porn, rapes and a lot of illegal stuff, and the best way to overcome through all of this is to remain completely anonymous. Keep that in mind. You might expose yourself to extreme danger and find yourself in trouble with serious criminals or perhaps even federal authorities.

    - First of all, you need to install Firefox in your pc. Download it on the official website here.
    - Now you can get the TOR bundle at Tor project
    - Once you have them both installed, click Start Tor Browser and wait for it to load. Firefox will open up and now you can see .onion websites.

    VERY VERY VERY EASY PEASY, ISN'T?!
    Any road to get to the Deep Web you JUST need a good protection, TOR bundle and Firefox browser with an extension. But you need good intentions, you bleeder... The information is just there, it is what YOU choose to do with it that can be a "devilish" or a "good “ thing. It Is important to keep in mind that Tor is not 100%, totally anonymous. Multiple proxies are needed in addition to Tor, obviously a firewall and Antivirus as good. It is purely optional to disconnect your webcam, disable Javascript Cookies, TempData... Just have good sense and judgment.


    Here is a short but really helpful list links to starting your own surfing:

    TORCH (searching on Tor. Honestly I think this is not very effective)
    http://xmh57jrzrnw6insl.onion/torch

    Hidden Wiki (the famous Deep web's Wiki)
    http://kpvz7ki2v5agwt35.onion/wiki/index.php/Main_Page

    Tormail (obtain your own TORmail adress here)
    http://jhiwjjlqpyawmpjx.onion/

    Tordir (many LINKS for you! Serving us since 2007)
    http://dppmfxaacucguzpc.onion/

    Talk (just a lovely and active community)
    http://ci3hn2uzjw2wby3z.onion/

    HackBB (hacking and related ace website)
    clsvtzwzdgzkjda7.onion



    Hope this helped. Please if you have a question, post here or mail me.
    Enjoy it.

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    Can you go in depth on everything about Bitcoins and their use? I was very confused searching myself.

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    None of your links are working :/ @Poe

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    Yeah I'm good right here brotha.

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    Lots of the things mentioned above are very misleading, where did you get your numbers on how much information there is?

    Hopefully this starts a discussion though, because I hope that this turns into something that can actually be useful for those of us who don't think the government has the right to know everything we ever do. As technology progresses, our privacy is only diminishing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fairydust201 View Post
    None of your links are working :/ @Poe
    you have to be on the tor browser to view those links

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    Quote Originally Posted by kooldude888 View Post
    you have to be on the tor browser to view those links
    i had a feeling BUT i think i like this better

    like @iBeast said lol

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    This is beyond old.

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    there actually is quite a bit of useful information on there though! just have to know where to look

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    Gamertag: DarkByt3 PSN ID: raredaredevil
    Its a bit lame to be honest.

    Alot of shady deals , kiddie porn and other sick stuff. Also by becomming a exit node in tor and then using wireshark you can see peoples data as it passes through your exit node enencrypted. This is usefull for stealing cookies for paypal ect. Not recommeneded to use Tor for illegal activitys anymore. Thankfully Anon hacked alot of the pedos websites and they all seem to have ran off scared since .

    Be carefull on there though. If someone scams you because you tried to buy a sites database or tried to buy some weed through the postal service no ones going to be giving you a refund.

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