The dark side of the web | Analysis | Features Posted on 9 Mar 2010 at 15:47 Google sees only a fraction of the content that appears on the internet. Stuart Andrews finds out what's lurking in the deep web When Google indexes so many billions of web pages that it doesn’t even bother listing the number any more, it’s hard to imagine that much lies beyond its far-reaching tentacles. Beneath, however, lies an online world that few know exists. At the same time, the underground web is the best hope for those who want to escape the bonds of totalitarian state censorship, and share their ideas or experiences with the outside world. Interested? Deep webs, the dark web and darknets The first thing to grasp is that, while the elements that make up this other web have aspects in common, we’re not talking about a single, unified entity. The deep web isn’t half as strange or sinister as it sounds. Make no mistake, the deep web is huge. Treasures of the deep
Smokers’ Corner: In through the outrage Everyone knows how all kinds of Free Masons have been the most prominent reasons behind the many political, economic and social problems that are plaguing Pakistan. I just don’t understand why is there even a debate about this fact? I humbly suggest that anyone attempting to debate this irrefutable fact should be taken to task at once. Because no real Pakistani can doubt it. As we already know that only Muslims are human beings. The facts and figures of what I have just reiterated are there for all to see. Anyone wondering why a Peruvian sofa makers’ union would be holding a political survey on Pakistan is, of course, a cannibal. There is nothing so secretive or hidden anymore about the fact that Pakistan is being destabilised by forces that have always been its sworn enemies. It is these CD shops and cinemas that will eventually compromise our nuclear assets. Anyone ridiculing this is obviously a non-Muslim and should be converted. I implore the government to speak the truth.
29 Semi-Productive Things I Do Online When I’m Trying to Avoid Real Work You don’t always have to work hard to be productive. Productivity can simply be the side effect of doing the right things. So here’s a list of 29 semi-productive things I do online when my mind is set on avoiding ‘real work.’ Check delicious popular tags like ‘useful,’ ‘tutorials,’ ‘tips,’ ‘howto,’ ‘advice,’ ‘entrepreneurship,’ etc. for interesting, educational articles to read.Watch one of the thousands of educational videos streaming at TED.com, Academic Earth and Teacher Tube.Read an online book list and find a new book to grab next time I’m at the library. Here’s another list. Oh, and ever since I bought my new (super sexy) Apple iPad , I’ve been enjoying all of these sites on the go and catching looks from almost everyone who passes me while I browse. So what kind of semi-productive things do you do online in your off-time? Photo by: Colorblind Picaso Party Casino Related 30 Life-Enhancing Things You Can Do in 30 Minutes or Less April 19, 2012 In "Happiness" We're all way too busy.
How To Access THE HIDDEN WIKI (Deep web, secret Internet) (Some of this was copied from BB.com, I'm just bringing it to TBN) 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. Here are some facts on The Deep Web: · 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 19 terabytes of information in the surface Web. · The deep Web contains nearly 550 billion individual documents compared to the 1 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. They got folks who literally can go toe to toe with Anon on there.
2007–2012 global financial crisis The TED spread (in red) increased significantly during the financial crisis, reflecting an increase in perceived credit risk. The financial crisis of 2007–2008, also known as the Global Financial Crisis and 2008 financial crisis, is considered by many economists the worst financial crisis since the Great Depression of the 1930s. It resulted in the threat of total collapse of large financial institutions, the bailout of banks by national governments, and downturns in stock markets around the world. In many areas, the housing market also suffered, resulting in evictions, foreclosures and prolonged unemployment. In the immediate aftermath of the financial crisis palliative fiscal and monetary policies were adopted to lessen the shock to the economy. In July 2010, the Dodd–Frank regulatory reforms were enacted in the U.S. to lessen the chance of a recurrence. Background Share in GDP of U.S. financial sector since 1860 The U.S. Subprime lending
Best Trading Books | 5 Books That Will Transform Your Trading Email I often get asked which books I would recommend for trading. If I had to make a list, I would not have to think hard as to which ones would be at the top of my list. The books listed below are what I consider to be some of the books that really helped me in my trading and it will help you as well. They are not listed in order of importance, they are all important in their own way. Some are suitable for beginner traders and some for advanced or experienced traders.1. This is the book that inspired me to take trading very seriously. John Carter lucidly explains the psychological and tactical challenges that face a trader. It is not necessary for traders to employ every strategy documented in this book. What I really love about this book is Carter’s passion for trading. This book is not for the beginner. There is also a chapter on trading platforms. 2. These two books are a gem whether you are a beginner or an advanced trader. 3. 4. 5. Conclusion
What is Dark Internet, How to Access Onion Domains and Configure Hosting for the Dark Web | Roger Davies What if I said there was Internet beyond what you can normally ’see’? Like dark matter, or the memory of a half-remembered dream, it lies just outside of perception, hidden beneath the sea of information. It is estimated that the Dark Web is several orders of magnitude larger than the surface of the Web. Just what is it? And how can you access it? Tor .onion domains There are many different techniques in use, but Tor’s onion router network is probably the easiest one to get started with. With Tor installed, you can access .onion domains such as the Hidden Wiki (which tells you a little about this realm), setup hosting with freedom hosting, create a blog at blog.masked or visit the Tor directory to see what other services are available. Hosting Pages on the Tor Network There are no laws here and you are free to publish anything and everything and nobody will even be able to identify you, much less stop you. I2P2 Network and .i2p Domains See the great tutorial below for how to set this up:
Amazon, Apple tighten security following devastating Mat Honan attack Mat Honan, a senior writer for Wired had his digital life turned upside-down on Friday after a cybercriminal gained access to his Amazon, Apple ID and Google accounts in a bid to target his three-letter long @mat Twitter account. The chain-reaction of events resulted in all three of his Apple devices being wiped as well as his Google account being terminated. Honan reached out to his attacker, who calls himself “Phobia,” offering the person immunity from prosecution in return for revealing how he did it. What unraveled is a lesson for everybody and exposes fundamental flaws in the security management at both Amazon and Apple. Phobia used social engineering to reach his milestone; nothing was “hacked” using brute force. At this point he guessed the same email was used for Twitter, and went ahead and tried Google’s account recovery page. Phobia then did a whois search on Honan's personal domain, which revealed his full postal address.
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Mecca for the rich: Islam's holiest site 'turning into Vegas' - Middle East - World Click HERE to download graphic: Mecca For The Rich (430.39kB) Over the past 10 years the holiest site in Islam has undergone a huge transformation, one that has divided opinion among Muslims all over the world. Once a dusty desert town struggling to cope with the ever-increasing number of pilgrims arriving for the annual Hajj, the city now soars above its surroundings with a glittering array of skyscrapers, shopping malls and luxury hotels. To the al-Saud monarchy, Mecca is their vision of the future – a steel and concrete metropolis built on the proceeds of enormous oil wealth that showcases their national pride. Yet growing numbers of citizens, particularly those living in the two holy cities of Mecca and Medina, have looked on aghast as the nation's archaeological heritage is trampled under a construction mania backed by hardline clerics who preach against the preservation of their own heritage. There is little argument that Mecca and Medina desperately need infrastructure development.