Dark Web Lists

Dark Web and Deep Web

The creation of the world wide web and other search engines such as Google has made it easy to access information anytime. Most of this information is easily accessible on the surface web which is easily accessible through normal search engines. On the other hand, there are some websites that are not easy to access using normal standard search engines since the data embedded on these websites are heavily encrypted.
The Surface Web:
The surface web is what users
access in their regular day-to-day activity. It is available to the general public using standard search engines and can be accessed using standard web browsers.
The Deep Web:
The deep web is the portion of the web that is not indexed or searchable by ordinary search engines.
The Dark Web:
The dark web is a less accessible subset of the Deep Web that relies on connections made between trusted peers and requires specialized software, tools, or equipment to access.
Delling Drug and Weapons
Stolen Good and Information
Murder Assassination
Illegal Financial Transaction
The Hidden Wiki
Pirated software:
Distribution of versions of licensed software at highly reduced prices
Malware/ransomware providers:
Services that offer malware and ransomware
DDoS attacks
Organized denial of service attacks against specific servers
Posting personal information or images online to malign a given individual
Phishing Web page development
Services that create a clone of any Web page specifically for phishing

The rapid growth of the dark web has led to the easy distribution of encrypted technologies and hacking codes making it harder for the cybersecurity domain. Nowadays, we observe a rise in the number of cybercriminals carrying out their activities on the dark web to avoid being tracked by the government.

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