Dark web websites

Part of the “deep internet” consists of internal networks of scientific and academic institutions that form the so-called Academic Invisible Web: (“Academic Invisible Internet”), which refers to databases containing technological advances, scientific publications, and scholarly material in general that are not easily accessible.[6] The deep internet is a set of websites and databases that common search engines do not search for.
The deep internet is a set of websites and databases that common search engines cannot find as they are not indexed. The content that can be found within the deep internet is very broad.[7] In 2010, it was estimated that the amount of information that can be found within the deep internet is very large.
In 2010, it was estimated that the information found on the deep internet is 7500 terabytes, which equates to approximately 550 trillion individual documents. In comparison, the shallow internet is estimated to contain only 19 terabytes of content and one trillion individual documents.
Another early use of the term Invisible Web or deep web was by Bruce Monte and Mateo B. Koll of Personal Library Software, in a description of the deep web tool @ 1, in a December 1996 press release.[15] The term Invisible Web was also used in a December 1996 press release.

Deep web login

Part of the “deep internet” consists of internal networks of scientific and academic institutions that form the so-called Academic Invisible Web: (“Academic Invisible Internet”), which refers to databases containing technological advances, scientific publications, and scholarly material in general that are not easily accessible.[6] The deep internet is a set of websites and databases that common search engines can’t access.
The deep internet is a set of websites and databases that common search engines cannot find as they are not indexed. The content that can be found within the deep internet is very broad.[7] In 2010, it was estimated that the amount of information that can be found within the deep internet is very large.
In 2010 it was estimated that the information found on the deep internet is 7500 terabytes, which equates to approximately 550 trillion individual documents. In comparison, the shallow internet is estimated to contain only 19 terabytes of content and one trillion individual documents.
Another early use of the term Invisible Web or deep web was by Bruce Monte and Mateo B. Koll of Personal Library Software, in a description of the deep web tool @ 1, in a December 1996 press release.[15] The term Invisible Web was also used in a December 1996 press release.

Deep web vs. dark web

5. TOR was not born to protect criminals: TOR is an access kit created in 2003 by the US Naval Research Laboratory. In 2005 it became part of a non-profit foundation dedicated to research and education. TOR was created to ensure anonymity and privacy for people persecuted by dictatorial regimes.
Once the parts of the Internet are known, it is important to be responsible and thoughtful when surfing any site. To this end, it is important to keep in mind that conduct in the virtual world should be just as civil and respectful as in the physical world.

Videos from the deep web

For almost any content on the deep web (Tor), domains with .onion extension are used; moreover, the domain names themselves are encoded with a HASH frame. There is no registration of these domains by a DNS server, but the .onion domains, with a specific service, take over the role of this DNS. In a P2P network, the databases corresponding to the resolution of HASH domain names are replicated so that they are available to all users. Instead of using the UDP/IP protocol for the identification of web pages, as on the surface Internet, on the deep web they are replicated by a branch.
We already have two fundamental aspects disproved and, knowing what the Deep Web is not, what is it really? It is nothing more than a “parallel Internet” protected by traffic protection systems that are designed to maximize privacy and anonymity. Therefore, in the Deep Web we can find absolutely everything we can imagine, and especially things that have no place in the superficial Internet.