Are you ready to go down the rabbit hole and visit the Dark Web? We should probably give you some advice first because it’s dangerous to go alone!
First of all, do you actually know where you’re going because the Dark Web and the Deep Web are often confused. The Deep Web is literally just the parts of the internet that aren’t indexed by search engines. That includes things like emails, online banking, and even subscription services. So if you’re sure you want to keep going, let’s get deeper.
The Dark Web is a tiny fraction of the Deep Web. You need special software to access it and even when you get there you still might not find what you’re looking for. If you do make it, the Dark Web can be a dangerous place. It has marketplaces for all kinds of illegal activity including drugs, weapons, malware, and the stuff we’re too horrified to even mention. However, the Dark Web’s anonymity and constantly changing nature also means that it’s sometimes a useful communication tool for places where free speech isn’t so free.
Still, we’re much too scared to go poking around so we’re probably going to just stick to plain old Google!