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Topic # 245349 30-Jan-2019 18:04
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Or Dark web, are they different?

So I heard you cant browse them as they are not indexed so Im not sure how one would use them?

 

Is there anything not dark on these webs that can be useful?


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  Reply # 2170321 30-Jan-2019 18:11
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I think deep web is websites fronting a databases that might not have contents just an index, dark web is the criminal marketplaces accessible via the Tor browser.





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  Reply # 2170322 30-Jan-2019 18:11
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Dark web Kiddie p0rn and drugs so no nothing useful

 

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  Reply # 2170335 30-Jan-2019 18:50
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I've been on a Tor site (to download the no-longer-functional Requiem app to unDRM iTunes videos) but I don't know whether that's deep or dark or otherwise!


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  Reply # 2170338 30-Jan-2019 18:52
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I get all my groceries from there!!


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  Reply # 2170340 30-Jan-2019 18:57
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Behodar:

 

I've been on a Tor site (to download the no-longer-functional Requiem app to unDRM iTunes videos) but I don't know whether that's deep or dark or otherwise!

 

 

 

 

Not that I would ever advocate that someone be able to control something they bought and paid for when doing so might be against the law, but there are other bits of not-too-expensive software that have filled the void that Requiem left behind.





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  Reply # 2170343 30-Jan-2019 19:04
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I don't need it anymore. That was more of a comment to stop people from looking for Requiem and ending up disappointed :)


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  Reply # 2170348 30-Jan-2019 19:18
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I would not have the faintest idea how!






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  Reply # 2170356 30-Jan-2019 19:27
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Isn’t the dark web what you browse through a fibre connection during a power cut?

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  Reply # 2170357 30-Jan-2019 19:28
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Geektastic:

 

I would not have the faintest idea how!

 

 

But...you're the professor!




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  Reply # 2170475 30-Jan-2019 21:51
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empacher48: Isn’t the dark web what you browse through a fibre connection during a power cut?

 

not good humour. dad joke lol.

 

ok sounds like a weste of time for normal users.


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  Reply # 2170481 30-Jan-2019 22:08
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I looked around in the days of Silk Road. It was 'interesting'. Since the authorities now know how to track it, I doubt there is much of interest, even to criminals, though I don't know. If there is anything, I would imagine it is buried somewhere that casual visitors won't easily find.

 

 





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  Reply # 2170525 31-Jan-2019 07:17
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snnet:

 

Geektastic:

 

I would not have the faintest idea how!

 

 

But...you're the professor!

 

 

 

 

To shreds, you say?





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  Reply # 2170557 31-Jan-2019 09:07
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I thought Geekzone was it.





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  Reply # 2170561 31-Jan-2019 09:11
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Dulouz:

I thought Geekzone was it.



Depends on how deep. GZ = deepest.




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  Reply # 2170619 31-Jan-2019 10:22
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TeaLeaf:

 

Or Dark web, are they different?

 

It cant see anything on the dark web . I bought stuff but had no idea what it was as was too dark to see.

 

 

 

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