Anonymity, Darknets and Staying Out of Federal Custody, Part One: Deep Web
Anonymity, Darknets and Staying Out of Federal Custody, Part One: Deep Web You've probably seen those deep-web images floating around on the Internet. Usually, it goes something like this: There is a towering iceberg and the deeper the underwater portion extends, the more “hidden” and “exotic” the content is described to be. Sometimes these images are accurate to a point, but most are just making things up. So what exactly is 'deep web' then? In this series of articles, I am going to break down the idea of a deep web, what is it, how it got there, and most importantly, how we can use it for our security—maybe even for lulz. Anonymity and Darknets As it stands today, practical knowledge of how darknets (non-indexed portions of the Internet) function will allow you to make more informed decisions regarding risks when rooting a box, hiding files, or communicating securely. The idea is to have enough masking, while maintaining a level of usefulness. First though, we need to talk about Google.
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