What is the Dark Web?
The Dark Web is an incredibly dense, difficult-to-navigate section of the deeper parts of the internet. It is a network of websites with hidden IP addresses that, when accessed, allow users to remain virtually anonymous. The dark web is known to be used for illegal activities such as hacking, drug trafficking, or purchasing stolen data and goods.
How to find the dark web
In order to access the dark web you must use special software, such as The Onion Router (TOR), which encrypts your data and IP address. You will then be able to access websites that are not discoverable in any normal search engine such as Google or Bing.
How to be Stealthy on the Dark Web
Once you access the dark web, it is important to understand how to stay anonymous. First, make sure you use a strong password to protect your user profile from any potential hackers. Be sure to use a VPN (Virtual Private Network) to encrypt all of your traffic and keep it secure.
Next, do not share any personal information on the dark web. This includes your name, personal details, and any other information that might be used to track your identity. Additionally, it’s important to research any site before visiting it to make sure it is legitimate and safe. Many sites on the dark web are filled with viruses, malware, and scams, so be sure to do your research.
Finally, be careful not to leave any trace of your activities. As the dark web is susceptible to government tracking, it is important not to leave behind any trace of your activity, such as IP logs, cookies, or browsing history. If you’re worried about your activity being tracked, it’s best to use an anonymous operating system or browser to increase your anonymity.