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Journey To The Dark Web

  1. Guided By Prof.G. R. Suryawanshi
  2. 1. Introduction 2. What is Surface Web? 3. What is Invisible Web? 4. What is Dark Web? 5. Deep Web vs. Dark Web. 6. History Of Dark Web. 7. The Onion Router (TOR). 8. Cases of Dark Web. 9. Red Room. 10.Marianas Web. 11.Is Visiting Dark Web Illegal? 12.Money Related Transactions. 13.Conclusion.
  3. • The internet is a much, much bigger place than you probably realise. You know about Facebook, Google, BBC iPlayer and Amazon, but do you really know what's lurking beyond those user-friendly and respectable websites? • This is but a tiny corner of the internet, and the Dark Web and the Deep Web loom in much shadier corners. • Using Tor you can access them, but should you even want to visit the Dark Web or the Deep Web? • Let's take a tour to help you make up your mind.
  4. • Indexable by conventional search engines. • Also known as Clearnet. • A traditional search engine sees only a small amount of the information that is available (4%)[Source:- OEDB].
  5. • Everything not found by a search engine’s spider program is part of the deep web • Most webpages on the internet are not indexed by search engines • Some experts estimate that as much as 96% of the entire internet is Deep web content
  6. • It’s not same as Deep Web • It is mostly used by Hackers, Mafias, Smugglers and many other Criminals. • It’s known as darker side of the net because we can get any hidden information from here. • Anyone can find Copyrighted Media ,drugs, Hitman ,Hackers, Weapons etc. from here.
  7. • The Dark Web is not the Deep Web; it’s only part of the Deep Web. • Taking on the mining tunnel metaphor, the Dark Web would be the deeper portions of the Deep Web that require highly specialized tools or equipment to access. • It lies deeper underground and site owners have more reason to keep their content hidden.
  8. • 1994, Jill H. Ellsworth used to refer term “invisible web” to refer the websites which are not registered to the search engines. • In 1996, Mike Bergman What the invisible web is. • The first use of specific term “Deep web” occurred in 2001. • Used to communicate for military purposes during its early stages.
  9. • A browser used to setup specific connections which is required to access the darknet. • It is difficult to trace the activities of the user when connected in the tor network. • It is a free and legal tool used for anonymous browsing.
  10. • The Hidden Sites ends with .onion domain rather than .com, .in or any other visible domain • Tor was developed by U.S. Naval Research Lab. For private communications. • As it was a great tool for anonymity, so it didn’t take a long fir criminal minded people to use this network. • Using Tor is not illegal, it is a open source program which is based on firefox resource mainly used for security purpose.
  11. • The most infamous of the onion site was Silk Road. • It was an online market place where users can buy drugs, guns, and all sort of illegal items
  12. • Red room is the website where viewer is shown video on his demand. • It generally contains explicit harassment and torture of subject by some person of evil intention. • The higher the torture more the money demanded • Cases Of Red Room:- 1. ISIS saying that they will behead the turkish soldier on some specific date and specific time and it will be live. 2. “The daisy destruction” which shook the internet world and it is one of the most horrific case until now of child abuse.
  13. • The legend of Mariana's Web appears to get its name from the deepest part of the ocean, Mariana's Trench. • It's supposedly the deepest part of the web, a forbidden place of mysterious evil or at least, that's the myths a subset of online believers has cultivated. • Also known as Zion, domains use a .clos domain and .loky domains. • Information on how to access this part of the web is very difficult to find, so a lot of people either don't believe it or believe in the wrong information about it.
  14. • It’s basically an encrypted digital currency. • Bitcoin is good for transactions of all kinds, and notably, it allows for anonymity; no one can trace a purchase, illegal or otherwise. • When paired properly with TOR, it will be perhaps the best foolproof way to buy and sell
  15. • browsing dark (deep) web is not illegal but also it’s not legal. • their are no laws applicable on browsing dark web within the territories of our country, you cannot be imprisoned just by browsing it. • On what I have heard about it, I’d advise one to stay away from it, because of the following points: 1. YOU CAN ACCIDENTALLY GET INVOLVED IN ILLEGAL STUFF. 2. YOU CAN BE TRACED. 3. You can end up behind bars if you try to buy illegal arms, or get involved in illegal hacking activities, child-porn etc.
  16. • Even though a majority of the websites on the Dark web deal with illegal activities, websites such as Facebook, The Intercept, ProPublica have a version with .onion URL — nothing illegal happening here. • Journalists, whistleblowers and internet activists use the Dark web to circumvent restrictions as well as to maintain anonymity and privacy while exchanging information. • No tool on the internet is bad in essence, but it’s the reason it’s being used for that makes it so. Similarly, the Dark web isn’t completely a thing of evil.