Deep Web Facts

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The Deep Web, often called the Hidden Web, Dark Web or Invisible Web, is a part of the Internet that is not indexed by regular search engines and often not reachable using ordinary web browsers you use on a daily basis, but additional software is required to run on your computer in order to be able to access it. It is the home of illegal, or partly legal stuff. You can find anything in the deep web, from illegal porn and drug dealers to assassins willing to kill anyone you want, for a reasonable price. You can also watch live shows where people kill someone for money. On most occasions these shows are free to watch while “director” of the show pays the price and orders how person will be tortured/killed (usually young women). These chilling facts are so disturbing considering that some of these shows work on hourly basis. Meaning each hour someone is tortured while hundreds of people watch free of charge. “Director” pays any price from $1000 to $5000 and it is charged more if there are any unusual requests during the show.

Animal cruelty is probably the most demanded freak show on the dark web. Show called “crush porn” has its own forum and large member database. It is extreme cruelty show where naked women crush small animals with their genitals (usually breasts) during the bizarre sex show. Animals such as rabbits, hamsters are the ones that are mostly used in these god forbidden acts. U.S. government has taken action against these cruel individuals and together with Silk Road website (drug trade) they have taken down dozen actresses and directors of these live shows.

Why would anyone want to access it anyway, you may ask? Well, not everything in the deep web is necessarily illegal. Sometimes people just want privacy or desire to hide their (legal) activities from other people and the Government. There is a banned books library, fake ID services for almost any country in the world and many other services that we do not feel naming in this article. Almost any deep web software will, besides access to the deep web, give you full anonymity online too. One of the most known websites that was constantly accessible in the deep web was Wikileaks.

It is assumed that vast majority of content on the Internet is buried in the deep web. One of the most known tools to access deep web is Tor project. It allows you to connect to the Internet through other Tor users’ computers, giving you full anonymity online. However, dark web security experts laugh at the notion that Tor is all you need to protect yourself. With emerging crypto-currencies like Bitcoin, deep web now has monetary anonymity.  Our world has reached another level of wickedness and most of us can’t even imagine, not even in the worst nightmares, how heinous it can be.

4 Comments

  1. I have heard about the deep web and how its used for illegal activities but never imagined it would be used for something sinister as the ones mentioned in the article. I suppose these things happen because there is a demand for these things.

  2. There is no evidence of “red rooms” actually existing. Yes, there are a number of drug dealing sites and places for animal cruelty and child pornography, most of the deep web is random nonsense. Most hitman sites are honeypots put up by the FBI. Probably the most notorious incident involving the deep web is the crime of Peter Scully, and he’s going to trial now.

  3. While the “dark web” (what the article talks about) is part of the “deep web”, they’re not the same thing. Deep web is anything that can’t be indexed by search engines, mainly because they’re behind login screens. Your company’s internal web site is likely part of the deep web.

  4. The vast majority of illegal porn hosted in the dark web comes from the USA. Why the FBI cannot track down the culprits, well actually they can, why they don’t I should say.

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