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What is the Dark Web?

The Dark Web is a part of the internet that is not indexed by search engines and requires specific software or configurations to access.

It is often associated with illegal activities such as drug trafficking, weapons sales, and human trafficking. Threat actors also use the Dark Web to buy and sell stolen identities and data, malware and attack toolkits, and access to RaaS platforms. The anonymity provided by the Dark Web makes it a popular platform for criminals to conduct their activities without being traced. The Dark Web is often confused with the Deep Web, which refers to any part of the internet not indexed by search engines, including private databases and password-protected websites.

It is important to exercise caution when accessing the Dark Web, as it is a breeding ground for cybercrime and can pose significant risks to personal safety and security.