What Is the Dark Web?

The term “dark web” describes websites that aren’t indexed but are only reachable through specialist web browsers. The majority of people use a computer or other device with an Internet Protocol address—a distinct online identity—when they go online.

Since the original IP address of a user is disguised on the “Dark Web,” it’s incredibly challenging to determine which web pages a gadget has accessed. It’s often assessed with specialized software, with Tor (The Onion Router) being the most well-known.

The anonymity provided by the dark web facilitated its use for a wide range of illegal activities.

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