Dark Web: A Cybersecurity Perspective

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The Dark Web, is a specific part of the internet that is not indexed by traditional search engines such as google, yahoo, Bing etc. and it requires special software to access. This article explains what the Dark Web is, how to access it, what information it holds, the potential dangers, dark web directories and its role in preventing cybercrime. What is the Dark Web The Dark Web is a subset of the Deep Web, which encompasses the section of the internet that is not indexed by search engines. Unlike the Deep Web, which consists of harmless content such as private databases and password-protected content, websites, the Dark Web is deliberately concealed and frequently accessed to perform illegal activities. Accessing the Dark Web typically involves using specific software such as The Onion Router (Tor). The Tor network is decentralized and it has thousands of volunteer-operated servers worldwide. Decentralization means that no....

May 23, 2024
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