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Inside The Dark Web 13 Feb 2015 09:08 #1

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Inside The Dark Web 02 Mar 2015 03:38 #3

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The World of Webs
Most people take the Internet at face value, but what most of us interact with is really just a slice of the information available called the Surface Web. To get to the Dark Web we have to go deeper, away from the world of standard Web addresses and onto the anonymity network called Tor. When you click on a link in Google, you're connected with the target information fairly directly. Someone accessing the same site while connected through Tor would have their request bounced randomly through volunteer computers called nodes before exiting Tor and arriving at the site, making their online movements much harder to track.

Tor can be used to access sites on the Surface Web, but servers can also be assigned special addresses that can only be reached within the Tor network. These are called hidden services, and when we're talking about the Dark Web, we're mostly talking about these sites. Of course, there are other services to hide online activity and even host hidden websites, but Tor is perhaps the most well known and well established.

Surprisingly, the onion routing protocol that powers Tor was originally developed by the U.S. Department of Defense. Tor is now a volunteer-run nonprofit operation, but it makes no secret of its roots. A page on Tor's history reads: "[Onion routing] was originally developed with the U.S. Navy in mind, for the primary purpose of protecting government communications. Today, it is used every day for a wide variety of purposes by normal people, the military, journalists, law enforcement officers, activists, and many others."

Among those "others" are some of the Internet's ne'er-do-wells. Some malware authors, for example, have used Tor to hide communication with their creations. The anonymization of the Tor network is also attractive for people carrying out illicit online activities, such as selling and purchasing illegal merchandise. When you read about illegal websites selling drugs, weapons, and child pornography, it's a safe bet that those websites are hosted within Tor.

The Bad Dark Web
"A few years ago, if you tried to browse the Internet through Tor, it would be a very slow and very painful experience," says Kaspersky researcher Stefan Tanase (pictured). As is often the case with digital security experts, speaking with Tanase and his fellow Kaspersky associate Sergey Lozhkin required a phone call from the PC Magazine office in New York to Bucharest and Moscow. That part of the world produces huge amounts of spam, malware, and cyberattacks, but just so happens to also produce some of the best minds in digital security in almost equal proportions.

www.pcmag.com/article2/0,2817,2476003,00.asp
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Inside The Dark Web 02 Mar 2015 05:58 #4

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Have no illusions; its not only your IP ...... all they need is your mac ID & they can always backtrack.
What's about Chip ID numbers or software ID codes which are registered the day you buy your equipment & you nicely paid for your equipment with your Credit card number to trace you back again.
No matter what your trying, no matter you use tor or any encrypting.

Every encryption any setting, or system will always have a back door.

Don't ever enter your credit card number onto the net ......... once you did that's it some can get to it if they want to.
Have no illusions about it.
No such thing to communicate your data safely on the Net or from your Hand Phones.
Everything is & was recorded from the day go & the day you switched on your own digital equipment.
What do you think why they forcing people to install smart meters ......... same thing is not only to get your electrical consumption.


Also if its military designed it means it will never be save even so its given to the public.
I'm convinced as soon you use Tor now or any other product you will be directly switch to a special computer data collection system.
Its more harder to find you being in the midst of millions & billions then in the midst of Tor users for example.
All it does filters you out of the midst of billions ......... only those which tying to hide something would use Tor. 1 + 1 = 2
But how do I know which one is hiding something being in the midst of billions.

By using Tor you only placing a special target on your head. 2 + 2 = 4

Do you really think they would allow such thing? ........ as soon they would recognize you use Tor IP swapping they could just block all the Tor used IP's in one go.
Why don't they because its a 100% security risk from there point of view ........... & because 1 + 1 + 1 = 3
No, no don't be fooled by there bullshit promotions.

Also would it not just be perfect & logical for the Military pimp complex & CIA cabal to be the soul suppliers of ALL the special Tor IP.s in use & all data gets directly stored in there own underground facility data base for special priority evaluation on all the data which was send through there own supplied Tor IP numbers?? :cool2: :cool2:

What do you all think created & fully controlled the wikileaks operation .........
Look at the bigger picture & you will understand why they leaking specific thinks into the public arena to get the public to work for them & to get rid of there own enemy's which are in there way to create the NWO agenda setting!

People are to naive and are not thinking logically about things & there ways of doing things to get there way implemented for there NWO idea!

Don't be fooled by there advertising & propaganda talks ........ its all bullshit & only makes it more easy for them to filter you out of billions of users seeing you trying to hide something for good or worse..

Think about it logically.

This is the only save way>>> or this would be the most save way ▼▼▼▼ not passing to again there own all fully scanning Post offices.
                       

Or just send your 1 to 6 Gig memory camera type Chip by Pigeon & is much more convenient for the Pigeon being so small & light!
Not to many shooting down Pigeons these days!



Send your memory stick by pigeon mail .. A good trained rat may does the trick too? :chuckle:


I love to see the Military pimps & CIA cabal going for Pigeon hunting & rat chasing!! :larf:
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Inside The Dark Web 13 Apr 2015 06:18 #5

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Every encryption any setting, or system will always have a back door.

Yep.
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