The Onion Router (TOR) may be the most popular browser used to explore the dark web.
the “magic” behind the operation of the dark web. Most browsers can only view domains with specific top-level domain suffixes.
The idea that they’re committing a crime by doing so. This is not true. In reality, no crime is committed.
Various people on the dark web have used it to evade censorship and make claims that would be illegal to say openly in their countries.
Silk Road was among the largest marketplaces on the dark web. It was founded in February 2011
There are thousands of websites on the dark web, many of which claim to be selling certain things.
As a decentralized form of currency, Bitcoin is hard (though not impossible) to trace, making it easy to use for dark web purchases.
At times, some links simply won’t load on the dark web or they will show a screen with the FBI logo that tells you the site has been seized.
There are many different “Hidden Wiki” sites, some of which are even on the clearnet. These sites are useful in finding .onion links to explore.
There are two types of “hidden” websites—the dark web, which features the illegal stuff, and the deep web, which is just an umbrella term for anything that uses a .onion link.