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Some Information about Darknet

Darknet is termed for a computer network that has a restricted access and is used chiefly for illegal sharing among peer to peer. Another term of Darknet is Deepnet and has other functions that search engines cannot indexed. The websites shown on Darknet are not known and so you will not know who are the owners of the sites you are visiting. However, you can still trace these non-indexed website owners by looking at who bought the domain name. Websites are using the onion router network in the case of Darknet user. By using so many nodes, the origin cannot trace where the data is coming from or where it is going, and this is the basis of the Tor network. With the use of this site, group of friends can have some serious discussions, journalist can write topics and does not want to be known as the author, or a seller can sell products and entertainment. In other words, Darknet will serve you with full anonymity.

In order to communicate anonymously, the US military base was the first to create the Tor network. Except for people who have the access to open the files, the government files kept in Darknet are not open to the public’s eyes.
Anybody can create and host anonymous websites that offers anything and gives any information that cannot be searched form the normal web since the sites are never indexed in Darknet. By using Tor browser, you can access easily Darknet domains.

Deepnet or Darknet has been in several media nowadays and is a part of the internet that hosts anonymous websites that offer any content.
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There are instances when some sites do not get indexed and thus this is where Darknet would start. Usually the reasons why sites do not get indexed are because the webmaster was incompetent, or the owner did not put any effort to use search engine optimization, or because there is no need to index the page. Examples of sites not indexed are websites of research projects that are just dedicated to the group that only themselves would be interested to know. In this scenario, these websites will just be floating around the internet, of no interest to anyone, and of which search engine crawlers do not pick up, thus the sites become part of the Darknet.
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There are designers and webmasters that started and abandoned millions of sites, under free hosting and never removed, and these sites become part of Darknet. These sites are sometimes found by anybody and they could have interest in it or also none at all. Search engines do not have the indexes of these floating sites and so it is difficult to find them too.