Do you know: There is a vast section of the Internet which is hidden and not accessible through regular search engines and web browsers.
This part of the Internet is known as the Deep Web, and it is about 500 times the size of the Web that we know.
What is DEEP WEB?
Deep Web is referred to the data which are not indexed by any standard search engine such as Google or Yahoo.
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Hackers have sold secrets of zero-day exploits in the underground Dark Web marketplace such as the Silk Road and its various successors for years, and now a new deep web marketplace has appeared that offers anonymity protection to its sellers.
A new Dark Web market, called “TheRealDeal,” has opened up for hackers, which focuses on selling Zero-Day exploits — infiltration codes that took
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$US1 may be a very little amount, but it is enough to buy you a stolen Uber account and free car rides around the city.
Two separate vendors on AlphaBay, a relatively new Dark Web marketplace launched in late 2014, are selling active Uber accounts with usernames and passwords for $1 each, Motherboard reports.
Once purchased, these active Uber accounts let you order up rides using the
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There is an entire section of the Internet that you probably don’t see on daily basis, it’s called the “Darknet” or “Deep Web”, where all browsing is done anonymously.
About a week ago, we reported about the ‘Memex’ Deep Web Search Engine, a Defense Advance Research Projects Agency (DARPA) project to create a powerful new search engine that could find things on the deep web that isn’t
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A year ago, the U.S. government’s Defense Advance Research Projects Agency (DARPA) announced a project to create a powerful new search engine that could find things on the deep web that isn’t indexed by Google and other commercial search engines.
The project, dubbed Memex Deep Web Search Engine , is well underway, and for the first time on Sunday night, we got an early look at Memex search engine
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