The dark side of internet, dark net and dark web, advantages and disadvantages of dark net, dark net vs deep net vs surface net, tor browser, some well-known websites in dark net, my conclusion about it.
3. Dark net
•Dark net are accessible by special browsers.
•Jumping i.p. address.
5. Dark net and Dark web
•Darknet - network built over internet
•Dark web - websites on a darknet
•.onion - top level domain suffix designating
an anonymous hidden service
• Many informative sites for ones ready to explore
• Information about ethical hacking.
• Safe conversation with end to end encryption.
• Can access blocked or unavailable content and sites
which are not available in our country.
7. Some of the dark web websites
•Facebook’s .onion site
•Blockchain for Bitcoins
•Sci-Hub — the world’s scientific database
•The HiddenWiki on .onion
• Some governments restrict access to a tool that
allows strangers across the web to engage in
discourse and collaborate freely.
• Facebook’s .onion address doesn’t make it much
easier to maintain an anonymous account.
• But it does make Facebook more accessible in
places where it’s censored.
13. Blockchain for Bitcoins
•Need to hold your Bitcoins anonymously
•The world’s most popular online Bitcoin wallet
is also reachable via .onion address
•is among the some sites with HTTPS
certification for .onion address
•It hosts over 50 million research papers and
makes them available for free.
•Sci-Hub is a platform that aims to liberate the
world’s scientific knowledge.
17. The Hidden Wiki
•How do you discover content where search
engines cannot reach
•The dark web maintains numerous indexes
of sites, likeThe Hidden Wiki.
• This community-edited wiki contains a bunch of
links to a wide variety of services and sources in
• The DeepWeb contains a wealth of valuable
information, especially for scholars, it's also a dark
and dangerous place
• The DeepWeb's anonymity attracts criminal activity
ranging from the sales of illegal drugs and weapons
to the trading of child pornography and even the
hiring of contract killers.
• Despite the vast amount of information the DeepWeb
contains, it is still an ambiguous part of the digital
• Many Internet users have not heard of it and believe
that what they see on their Google search results is all
that theWeb has to offer
• Others would rather have it abolished, claiming that it
is an underground world of crime and unethical
• But those who are interested in learning and exploring
this acts as a great tool their success.