The average Internet user traveling on the World Wide Web actually moves through a small part of it, resembling the tip of an iceberg. Most of the traffic is dominated by the so-called Deep Web, which, in turn, contains a dark Network, better known as the Dark Web. It is the darkest corner of the Internet, to which, however, almost anyone has access. Moreover, access and travel on the Dark Web are not some kind of criminal acts, no country in the world prohibits visiting these resources.

How does the Deep Web differ from the Dark Web?

Moving around the Internet, we see only a small fragment of it. Hiding from our eyes is the so-called “deep network” with huge amounts of information passing through it, where encrypted, confidential data is exchanged and stored. For example, banking transactions, passwords on the Internet or data on electronic transactions conducted on the network. There is nothing frightening about the deep web. This is just a hidden part of the Internet, where, among other things, you can also find materials such as scientific papers, medical documents, tax information, PayPal subscriptions, army communiques and much more. Although the Deep Web is hidden behind HTTPS forms, this content can be accessed if you know what you are looking for and, most importantly, how to search.