**This article contains mature/adult themes and topics and is may not be suitable for some readers. I am also absolutely not at all in any way condoning or promoting illegal activity of any kind. This article is purely for entertainment/informational purposes only.**
The dark web is made accessible by a software called The Onion Router. This software makes a person's presence on the internet virtually anonymous, which is what makes the dark web so nefarious. Most of the things you can do or find on the dark web you can also find in real life or on the deep net, but the dark web makes conducting suspicious activity much easier.
The dark web is a place that seems deliciously appealing to some and terrifying to others. It's a place that anyone could enter with the right know-how while also keeping the image of being a forbidden land where very few should tread. So what is the dark web and why are there so many horror stories about it?
Back when I was in college, I had befriended a number of hackers who ended up teaching me tons of neat tricks about computers. Truth be told, I learned a lot from them. Hacker culture is definitely interesting to see in action, and there's a huge amount of power that can come with having the right technical knowledge in your hands.
You may be wondering what exactly this article is, and what cryptography is. That's what I am trying to tell you here. Cryptography is everywhere, and in a sense, it's the only way for people to remain completely private about certain things. Cryptography is a lock you put on your information that only you have the key to. The word Cryptography comes from the Greek Kryptos, meaning secret, and -ography meaning the study of. The study of secrets.
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Most people tend to avoid surfing the Deep Web, because of all the horror stories involving the Dark Web they've read. It's hard not to see why they'd be worried, but the truth is that most of the Deep Web really isn't as bad as you'd expect it to be. The majority of sites aren't like Silk Road or anything like that; they're just...sites.
Especially for non-techies, the Internet in of itself can be one of the most complex and irritating topics to understand. Grasping the concepts of a proxy server, cloud databases, or HTML coding can all be pretty difficult, and with such a wide range of areas to explore on the World Wide Web, the likelihood of ever understanding its true potential is next to impossible.
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