Those of us that know and live in the Dark Web tend to find people get confused when they hear the term "Dark Web." Some think it's a hidden place that Google or Bing can't reach or search. While that's a very broad definition, it has truth to it.
I like to call it a criminal underworld. Think of it as a nondescript door at the end of a dark side street. If you know the special knock and a passphrase, you get to go in. If not, the door doesn't open. If you get in, you won't find sites with "www" and things you're familiar with, and you have to use a special browser, like Tor, to look around. Some sites only have IP addresses or .onion. Browsers like Chrome, Safari, Edge, etc., are useless.
So once you're in, what's there?
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