Sooner or later you will hear the phrase Deep Internet. And since you are reading this article, then you would like to get acquainted with the Deep Web in more detail and find out what kind of network it is, how it functions and what its features are.
The deep Internet is the side of the Internet that is hidden from ordinary people. It's a perfectly different network. The usual Internet in which you are now is nothing more than the tip of the iceberg depicted. All the most delicious and most interesting - deeper, in the deep Internet.
What is the Deep Web?
Surely you think you have access to all the information. Went to your favorite dark web directory, entered a search query and in a second in front of you a lot of links to sites with articles, files and so on. Maybe so. But what if I told you that the deep Internet is 500 times larger than the usual, well-known Internet? No one can say for sure, but approximately, the deep Internet stores almost 100,000 TB of unique information!
For comparison: the regular Internet stores about 2,000 TB. In addition, in the "basements of the Internet", the quality of information is several times better due to the fact that the Internet familiar to us all is a commercial product that throws away everything that does not bring profit.
According to conservative estimates, about 10% of the information in a conventional network is of high quality. It is this information that search engines offer us. In addition, the deep Internet has such a huge amount of information offered that even if dark web directory could added "dark sites", it is unlikely that these volumes would appear in the first search results.
By the way, you've probably noticed how on some relatively popular site, there is an "explosive" article, or other interesting information regarding security/found vulnerability somewhere/other. So, in 95% of cases, all this sensational information, if not for years, then for a long time lay in the deep Internet. Let's move on. Almost all the information on the dark side of the internet is open and, of course, free. No subscriptions, registrations and unnecessary, most often unnecessary questions. Of the disadvantages of the deep Internet, I would like to note, low speed.
Well, of course, everything is relative, but, for example, I, the maximum that I was able to "squeeze" - 400 kbit/s. But if you think about it, before, humanity roamed the network at a speed of 56 kbit/s. In addition, due to the speed of access, sites that are located in the basements of the network do not shine with their design and interactive things. Those who started sitting online at the beginning of the "zero" will understand what I mean. But, you and I go for information, not for entertainment, don't we? But if you are a fan of the latter, then at your service is the sale of almost all types of drugs, a huge amount of pornography, including "the one that is prohibited", as well as imageboards, on which a lot of funny pictures appear (which soon fall into our, ordinary Internet).
In addition, in the deep web, you will be helped to get weapons, if you can find link of store on dark web directory forged documents, find information on any person (place of residence, income, etc.), as well as to send you, for example, to the United States, albeit illegally. You will also get a lot of advice on self-defense in real life, anonymity on the network and other issues that bother you. How does the deep internet work? At the moment, the most popular networks are TOR and i2p. The latter, though promising, but so far quite scarce.