Critical Analysis of the Emerging Dark Web
Cardiff Metropolitan University
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The dark web is depicted as the segment of the dark web which in general terms is described as the hidden websites that users cannot easily get access to it without the usage of the special software. The users can access the dark web with the expectation that they are being able to share the information and the file with having a little risk of detection. With the growth of the dark web use, the analogous of the early internet is being indicated, and the adopters of the internet are seen in the curious students and the marginalized groups with the criminals (Bradbury, 2014). The dark web also helps in explaining the common misconceptions that are pressed into the coverage in a vast area. The dark web seems to be confused when it is vastly explained with the help of the internet. The dark web simply explains the firewalls and the paywalls with including the IoT (Internet of Things). The keywords are indexed in the search engines, and also the users can easily view the indexed websites. Apart from this, all the internet traffic is directed between the routers and the networking devices which are depicted for the construction of the networking devices software. It also seems to be comprised of the dark network which is also known as the Tor Network (Cloete, 2012);Tor stands for The Onion Router which helps in adding the encryption to conceal the usage of the web user and makes it harder to be tracked.
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