Tuesday, July 12, 2016

Dark Web

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Dark Web – Small Section of Deep Web

The dark web is said to be the World Wide Web content which occurs on darknets, covers networks used by the public Internet but which needs specific software, configuration or authorization for accessing. It tends to form a small section of the deep web, the part of the Web which is not indexed by the search engines. However at times the term `deep web’ seems confusingly used in referring precisely to the dark web.

The darknets that create the dark web comprises of small friend-to-friend peer-to-peer networks together with large popular networks such as Freenet, I2P and Tor which are operated by public organizations as well as individuals. Operators of the dark web tend to refer to the regular web as the Clearnet owing to its encrypted condition. The Tor dark web could be considered as onionland, a reference to the top level domain suffix of the network .onion and the traffic anonymization technique of onion routing.

Around 10% of the network known as the Internet is perceptible to the overall public. Unseen beneath the virtual waterline is a tangled as well as a secretive network called the Deep Web. Unindexed by search engines, which is accessible with only special browsers like The Onion Router – Tor, the Deep Web of peer-to-peer connections enables users to share files directly and secretly.

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Dark Web: Tough Application to Privacy

It tends to have a tough application to privacy advocates who have taken advantage of the deficiency of tracking in shielding their anonymity from advertisers as well as officials. Edward Snowden, whistle-blower utilised the Deep Web in gathering much of the information which took him in a worldwide debate. Journalists across the globe are coming to terms in relying on it as a more secure choice to the public Web while searching for sensitive or dangerous information.

However the secretive nature of the network has made it a harbour for convicts of different stripes, operating in almost everything right from illegal drugs to child pornography. In 2013, an online market place, The Silk Road, driven by Internet currency Bitcoin, ruled the headlines when authorities succeeded in closing it down. The site had a status as the Internet’s go-to-destination for illegal drug sales and its end produced a crowd-sourced documentary from actor Alex Winter and a multitude of successors anxious to capitalize on the fall of their known sibling.
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Future of Deep Web – Dar as Its Complex Tangles

Companies like the AT&T which is anxious to review; track as well as control activity within its uncertain borders seemed to be working diligently in bringing about light to the corners of the Deep Web. The government officials together with the law enforcement agencies are concerned regarding the piracy; illegal trafficking and the leaks are in the strange position of endeavouring to police the same wild netherworld they tend to depend on for their own secret operations. But the scandals and secrets would be finding their way to the dark parts of the Web and even though the future of the Deep Web tends to be dark as its complex tangles, it would tend to remain a portion of Internet tradition for years.

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