Did you know that there is a vast, "hidden" part of the internet that is not discoverable in the search-indexed surface web? This is what is known as the deep web. Examples of web content found on the deep web include: company intranets, encrypted financial account pages, government databases, and private websites that require a login to access. Anonymity on the deep web is attractive to cybercriminals and hackers who exploit it to carry out nefarious activities - like black markets for selling stolen data. These websites have come to be known as the "dark web".
Check out this infographic to learn more about the deep web vs. the dark web.
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