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Doctor Demise

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Mar 4 11 6:10 PM

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Hi Niketalk, 

 

While I know that there are many on this board who are web savvy, I'm wondering if anybody knows anything about the deep web. I've recently become wise to this and am quite astounded. 

 

For those who don't know, the deep web represents a gargantuan part of the internet which is not accessible through regular searches via google or other search engines. 

 

Searching on the Internet today can be compared to dragging a net across the surface of the ocean. While a great deal may be caught in the net, there is still a wealth of information that is deep, and therefore, missed. The reason is simple: Most of the Web's information is buried far down on dynamically generated sites, and standard search engines never find it.

 

 

This is a graphical representation of the amount of data which exists on the regular internet as opposed to that of the deep internet. 

 

Also, try this on for size: 

 

·         Public information on the deep Web is currently 400 to 550 times larger than the commonly defined World Wide Web.

·         The deep Web contains 7,500 terabytes of information compared to nineteen terabytes of information in the surface Web.

·         The deep Web contains nearly 550 billion individual documents compared to the one billion of the surface Web.

·         More than 200,000 deep Web sites presently exist.

·         Sixty of the largest deep-Web sites collectively contain about 750 terabytes of information — sufficient by themselves to exceed the size of the surface Web forty times.

·         On average, deep Web sites receive fifty per cent greater monthly traffic than surface sites and are more highly linked to than surface sites; however, the typical (median) deep Web site is not well known to the Internet-searching public.

·         The deep Web is the largest growing category of new information on the Internet.

·         Deep Web sites tend to be narrower, with deeper content, than conventional surface sites.

·         Total quality content of the deep Web is 1,000 to 2,000 times greater than that of the surface Web.

·         Deep Web content is highly relevant to every information need, market, and domain.

·         More than half of the deep Web content resides in topic-specific databases.

·         A full ninety-five per cent of the deep Web is publicly accessible information — not subject to fees or subscriptions.

What lies beneath the surface is a who's who of hackers, scientists, drug dealers, astronomers, assassins, physicists, Government officials, terrorists, perverts, data miners, kidnappers, sociologists, etc. As you can tell, the party goes across the entire moral spectrum. 

 

There is also a Hidden Wiki which is a small but useful reference point to start on your journey of the deep web.  


 The invisible portion of the Web will continue to grow exponentially before the tools to uncover the hidden Web are ready for general use"

The tools are out there and they're readily available to anyone. I'm not going to discuss how to access the deep web because quite frankly, unless I hear from a Moderator that it's ok, I don't feel like being banned and won't post instructions.But let this be clear... 

 THIS is the real deal: Unless you know what you're doing I would stay away from the deep web. Your peers on Deep Web aren't quite like surface web - they're much more sophisticated and can exploit your machine for information and assume your identity if you don't know how to properly safeguard yourself. 

 

With that being said, I wish to limit the discussion to the deep web rather than a tutorial on how to access the deep web. 

I find this subject to be utterly fascinating which needs to be studied further. Whilst there are tons of bad seeds who inhabit this deep web, there's also good seeds who wish to spread their information quickly and most often anonymously, to avoid legal or ethical ramifications. 

To those who have accessed the deep web, what are your thoughts? Were you able to learn and discover new things? Sickened by the content? Excited by the possibilities? Thoughts on the entire platform? 

Either way, I hope you all found this interesting, 

 

Demise

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Primavera Vills

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Mar 4 11 6:31 PM

I know there's an oceanload of information/articles/data unavailable to the general public. I would love to know all of it, but you know what they say: The good die young when they know too much. I have a life to live out here, man.

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Mar 4 11 7:19 PM

Doctor Demise wrote:

The tools are out there and they're readily available to anyone. I'm not going to discuss how to access the deep web because quite frankly, unless I hear from a Moderator that it's ok, I don't feel like being banned and won't post instructions.But let this be clear... 

With that being said, I wish to limit the discussion to the deep web rather than a tutorial on how to access the deep web.


contact me when you can give me some info on this. i'll go balls deep.

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Doctor Demise

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Mar 4 11 7:21 PM

I'm interested, but before I do risky stuff, I like to take safety precautions first, which, in this case, would mean studying network/web security, wich means a potentially time consuming. Maybe there are some good consolidated tools out there that makes it safe? I want more info. I have a feeling there's a ton of free services hidden there...

This is a very good idea. It's better to read up on the subject and get a good grasp at what you're doing before you venture out into deep web... not doing so is like jumping in the middle of the ocean without knowing how to swim.  

In order to access the deep web I use the Tor browser in addition to the Tor extension for Firefox. This is a good starting point. 

 


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NORCALHUSSLA.niketalk

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Mar 4 11 7:23 PM

im that one wrote:
Doctor Demise wrote:

The tools are out there and they're readily available to anyone. I'm not going to discuss how to access the deep web because quite frankly, unless I hear from a Moderator that it's ok, I don't feel like being banned and won't post instructions.But let this be clear... 

With that being said, I wish to limit the discussion to the deep web rather than a tutorial on how to access the deep web.


contact me when you can give me some info on this. i'll go balls deep.
smiley: roll
interesting thosmiley: nerd

  

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Mar 4 11 7:29 PM

This is pretty interesting, I have always wondered about something like this since I saw the scene in Transformers 2 where those dudes had that underground site showing the actual footage of what happens during big "accidents".

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Doctor Demise

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Mar 4 11 7:32 PM

CaptinStabbin wrote:
OP stop with the mystery talk. Hook us up son, you have peaked my interest

-The Juice

Check out my last reply - it's the best starting access point. 

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Mar 4 11 7:59 PM

seasoned vet wrote:
McRaptor wrote:
Saw the thread on misc, didn't care then don't care now 

#IGNORANTSWAG
 
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Honestly, I think most of the 'deep web' is child pornography.

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Mar 4 11 7:59 PM

Doctor Demise wrote:
CaptinStabbin wrote:
OP stop with the mystery talk. Hook us up son, you have peaked my interest

-The Juice


Yeah come on OP!! Fill us in. I'm interested in checking this out. But like you said I'm not trying to get in over my head. So a little guidance would be appreciated.

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Doctor Demise

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Mar 4 11 8:27 PM

Before you begin I suggest learning how the deep web works and what you can do to better protect yourself against intruders and anything that can compromise your true anonymity. 


Here, you can read up more about the deep web: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Deep_web

This has information on what the .onion network is and how it works: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/.onion

Here is where you can read up on TOR: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tor_(anonymity_network)

From there, you can get the tor bundle at http://torproject.org

Download firefox at www.getfirefox.com and once installed, search for the tor extension for Firefox

Click Start Tor Browser once you have completed the steps. 

Firefox will open up with this as the main page: 


From there, you are now anonymous and can now access .onion and the hidden web. 

Hope that helped!




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Elpablo21.niketalk

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Mar 4 11 8:45 PM

ATLien Seeko wrote:
I Live In Texas wrote:
seasoned vet wrote:
McRaptor wrote:
Saw the thread on misc, didn't care then don't care now 

#IGNORANTSWAG
 
smiley: pimp
  
smiley: laugh


Honestly, I think most of the 'deep web' is child pornography.


Damn 4Chan users... But I mean, THAT much child pornography?! Those numbers they put up are crazy. I bet there are a ton of other media files there too, though
Now I'm intrigued

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Mar 4 11 9:08 PM

I think I'm going to make a new account on my comp to safeguard passwords etc. Before I try this

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