5 More Things You Can Found On The Dark Web

Jun 18


S M Enayet Karim

S M Enayet Karim

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To find anything that one wants to hide in the dark web, you have to do some serious digging and possess some serious skills. For the most part, a normal user who will watch everything on the Dark Web is a more cluttered version of what they find on the Internet.


1. Dark Web also has games,5 More Things You Can Found On The Dark Web Articles but they are usually more interesting

Since the inception of the Internet, it has been a powerful tool for playing games, especially games that connect people to gaming communities or networks. The Dark Web is no exception. Like everything else on the Dark Web, games are slightly different from the games available on the Internet.

In some cases, this means that they are interesting, interactive experiences. People who actually explore the Dark Web are usually hackers and computer nerds who love a good puzzle. Some of the Dark Web games are puzzle games that include web and real-life clues. One player described in the real world after a series of clues for a pay phone where he received an anonymous call at 3 o'clock.

Other games on the Dark Web are dark and hazy, many of them tending towards the super creepy. In a game called "Sad Devil" your character creates a circle of super creepy long hallways, sometimes seemingly randomly faced with black-and-white photos that are all interconnected. Then you realize that there are children in the maze leaving misleading messages about Kill Count and the Devil. It turns out that the game was just a coder's pet project and they created a backstory to get publicity, but it's still fun and scary.

2. If you are just browsing then you are only seeing what people want to see you

Anyone can download the TOR browser and start playing around in the dark web, but if you don't know what you're doing, you won't be able to go much further than the content that people want to see you. . The Dark Web has its own Wikipedia called "The Hidden Wiki". This principle is similar to Wikipedia: Once signed up you can log in and add and edit content reviewed and edited by other users. Dark web sites that want to link themselves to the "hidden wiki".

When most users download a TOR browser for the first time, the first thing they do is visit "The Hidden Wiki" and start going through the sites listed there. Many users never browse it "The Hidden Wiki" and the sites linked there.

3. Dark Web is really crawling with the police

Due to all the illegal activities going on in the Dark Web, there are undercover cops everywhere. The anonymity that makes the Dark Web so popular for criminals is that it also becomes a big place for police who can go out and make some new explosions. Since people's true identities are hidden and virtually unattainable in the Dark Web, it's impossible to know who you're actually interacting with. This makes it easy for the police to make money in the form of drug dealers, hitmen and other illegal businessmen.

Users who buy drugs or hire someone to kill their wife for insurance money are often in for a rude awakening when they find out that they are caught in an elaborate online sting.

Undercover coops also work in the dark web, which are essentially professional, law enforcement-sponsored hackers, to take networks of criminals to the web.

The FBI, CIA and NSA have all been confirmed to exist in the dark web.

4. If you do not know what you are doing then it is easy that you want to expose it

If you think you can only download the TOR browser, search for sites selling drugs, and buy them without getting caught, then you are in for a surprise. With the police crawling on the dark web, it is very easy to expose actually engaging in illegal activities, even if your identity is theoretically anonymous.

Although a TOR browser makes it so that your IP address cannot be tracked, it is not Ironclade security, especially if the user does not know what they are doing. Someone completely new to the Dark Web might think that they can use it safely only by downloading the TOR browser and booting it, but it is crooked.

5. scammer as far as the eye can see

With so much illegal activity on the Dark Web, it is basically a scammer's paradise. There are very few ways to verify that the user you are interacting with is legitimate, so it is very easy for scammers to pose as vendors and rip people off completely.

Dark Web users tell all kinds of stories about how scammers were ripped into the Dark Web. Many scammers will pose as dealers, accept all your bitcoins, and then never deliver drugs as they never have before. Black market sites such as Silk, Evolution and Agora all had rating systems for sellers, such as eBay, but users reported that sellers with higher ratings also occasionally took bitcoins and failed to deliver the promised goods.

After closing some sites posed as successors of the Silk Road simply posted fake products, took payment in bitcoins and then took the sites down completely, with hundreds of people disappearing with bitcoin.


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