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How to Access the Dark Web

If you’re interested in what lurks in the shadows of the internet, navigating the dark web isn’t a problem but it’s without its risks. Imagine yourself in a city with hidden back alleys. It’s simple to explore, but if you take the wrong path, it could be dangerous.

The dark web is an edifice of criminal activity, which includes drug dealing, black-hat hackers and terrorists. It’s also a gathering place for the dregs of society such as hitmen human traffickers, and corrupt officials. But the dark web isn’t all bad – it also functions as a form of communication between people who are politically outcast and those in the free world providing a means for those looking to submit anonymous tips (whistleblowers).

Tor is a specific browser that allows you to access the dark web. It functions a bit like a VPN by automate the business processes encrypting your data and wiping out geo-location tags that your ISP or government could use to track you. Tor also improves your security by routing your request through a network of volunteer servers across the globe.

After installing and configuring Tor, you can begin browsing the dark web. There are plenty of websites to visit, even when the content isn’t quite as efficiently indexed as on the internet’s surface. You’ll find websites where you can buy illegal guns and drugs as well as tutorials on how to hide your digital footprint and launch ransomware attacks.

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