Dark web the darkest side of the internet, scam list tor and onion links

The term Dark web identifies all that part of the Web not indexed by classic search engines such as Google. A real parallel internet, well distinct from the Clear Web that we all know. No one knows for sure how big the Deep Web really is, but you can only speculate. A study a few years ago by Bright Planet, estimated that the size of the web indexed by Google is less than 1% of the total. Recent studies by the Journal of Electronic Publishing hypothesize that it is 500 times larger than the Clear Web. So we are talking about millions of web pages, with countless contents, not indexed.

Deep Web, Dark Web and Darknet

A first question arises spontaneously: why do these pages not want to be indexed?  Surely because in some of them, you can find all the worst of the internet: sale of drugs, weapons, child pornography, pirated software, identity theft, illegal documents, as well as an innumerable amount of scammers, hackers and hackers.

But let’s go in order. The dark web as already mentioned is that part of the internet not indexed. What’s in it? Here are some examples:
•new sites not yet indexed by search engines
•private corporate websites
•dynamic pages
•direct access resources (no backlinks)
•private or authentication-protected networks
•web server with “noindex” configurations
•illegal content

and more.

In this underwater world there are also subsets, virtual private networks, which can only be accessed through specific and specially configured software. These networks are called the Darknet. It is precisely within these Darknets that most of the illegal and uncontrolled content is found. Among the most famous Darknets we mention: Tor (The Onion Router), I2P (Invisible Internet Project) and FreeNet.

When we talk about the Deep Web, we often compare it to an iceberg. The visible part, the one that emerged, represents the Clear Web (also called Surface Web), or the indexed web. Below the surface is the Deep Web, much larger, but which is not directly visible.

Consequently, the second question: why want to enter this “underwater world”?! Most, we are sure, are driven by the curiosity to try something mysterious and inaccessible to the masses. The urge to explore what you don’t know can be a magnet for many, but in this case the pitfalls and risks are high, especially for less experienced users.

The main risks are:
•access by mistake or not to illegal content and therefore, punishable by law
•be a victim of direct attacks, such as logging activities
•open malicious links that carry malware or intrusion software
•be tracked or leave traceable traces
•be scanned by hackers or crackers
•hostile exitnode, which could spy on transmitted data and personal information (such as passwords and login details)
•fall victim to scams or phishing
•possibility of contracting viruses of various types

How to enter in to dark web

This is probably the most obvious question. To enter dark web you use special browsers, among which the most famous is Tor. Tor (The Onion Router) is a communication system that uses a network protocol called onion routing. The services and sites in the Tor network use .onion domains, which are not reachable by common browsers.

Tor and the network on which it is based, were initially created to ensure anonymous browsing and allow secure and untraceable communications even in the military. Tor, for example, is also used to allow browsing in countries where the internet is subject to censorship.

To enter the deep web just download the aforementioned Tor browser, which also does not require installation, being portable. You need to configure Tor appropriately, especially to ensure anonymity. In this article we will not technically explain how to get into the Deep Web.

Scam list tor sites what is it?

In this article we will also look at the problem of scam sites and publish a few sites of this type for illumination that you would certainly understand what scam list tor. Sites that publish scam stores, darknet sellers who scam, and other projects that are not suitable for use. Do not forget that if you use these sites the risk of being scammed will be quite small.

Still yes when there is a lot of scam list tor. Scammers all day every day creating new projects and new onion sites so you do not get caught in scam sites list. I would call it a big feud between the two sides.

Empire Market – scam marketplace of darknet

Deep Marketscam marketplace of darknet

Black Marketscam marketplace of darknet

U Dir – they published scam links of darknet

Onion Link Directory – Scam onion directory of darknet

Istanbul Marketplace – scam vendor of darknet

How Tor works

Thanks to Tor in our public IP address will be masked through a system of proxy servers on several levels. Each browser request passes through at least three different nodes. The data that passes through the intermediate nodes is encrypted, while in the last node the user’s request is not encrypted. Let’s say right away that there are some search engines even in the deep web, but probably the best way to find something that cannot circulate legally is to look for links directly on specialized forums, often paid. Alternatively through some services such as The Hidden Wiki, a web directory specific to .onion sites.

Another very interesting question could be: is the postal police present in these places, can they keep everything under control?

The answer here too is simple: in the deep web in addition to terrorists, fraudsters and criminals, security and government forces obviously also act. The postal police move largely on the deep web, as well as secret services, government public security bodies and so on. In fact, despite all the precautions and precautions, often and willingly criminal gangs are defeated that carry out illegal operations even in the Dark Web.

Let’s mention the case, for example, of the Silk Road, a real portal of illegal e-commerce. This site founded in 2011, accessible only through the Tor network, specialized in the sale of drugs, illegal pornography and weapons. It was closed several times by the FBI, until in 2015 it led to the arrest of its founder, convicted of numerous charges.

Is it worth exploring the Deep Web?

Without mincing words, the answer is NO. There is nothing really interesting about the Deep Web. We advise against everyone, especially the less experienced, to venture into the Deep Web, it is absolutely not worth it.

At this point perhaps the question that many readers will ask themselves is: why then did you write this article?

The answer is simple: most of our articles are intended to inform our readers, because we think that a reader informed above all of the risks, is a more shrewd Internet user.

In this brief introduction, we have not gone into too much detail by editorial choice. We believe it may be enough for the average user to understand what the Deep Web is and why in our opinion it is better to stay away from it. In fact, we think that there are no real reasons to immerse yourself in this world and certainly they are not such as to justify the tangible risks already mentioned. If the article will be appreciated, we will evaluate whether or not to make a specific article on how to access it in detail and how to move around the Deep Web.

The Internet is already full of risks and scammers, it is not worth it in our opinion to go looking for even more!

If you have any other questions or curiosities, leave a comment below, we will get back to you as soon as possible.