by Mac Slavo, SHTFPlan:
The so-called “dark web” is where the visible Internet – easily accessible by public search engines and web crawlers – ends, and, everything else begins.
The dark web is an unseen iceberg composing more than 95% of the real activity of the web, where databases, password-protected websites, official records from federal, state and local governments, various intranets, messageboards, website archives, forums and vast catalogues of data all reside.
White and black hat hackers, law enforcement agencies and criminal networks all operate there in the shadows.
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