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"The ideal setup that we recommend is to use www or any other subdomain as the canonical domain for your website, but still use a DNS host that supports some form of CNAME on the apex domain."
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7 days ago by nhoizey
2016 State of the Dark Web | Akamai
1.0 / Overview /
2016 was an active year for the dark web. New cryptocurrencies found use alongside Bitcoin (BTC), and the general offerings of the dark web markets shifted significantly. Several high-profile hacker forums and underground marketplaces have disappeared, with new ones popping up to take their place. Interesting and new darknet-based privacy services were announced in the forms of an ISP and a VPN offering. Additionally, 2016 saw impactful policy and enforcement efforts targeting the dark web and its users. These State-backed efforts continue to be a major topic of discussion in dark web user and market forums, driving individuals to share analysis of takedowns, potential impacts of new policy, operational security (OPSEC) tutorials and advice, personal and secondhand accounts of interactions with law enforcement, and suggestions for how best to guard particular dark web services and their users from future enforcement efforts by the State.
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11 days ago by rgl7194
The Dark Web, Deep Web and Dark Net – Terminology Hell - Deep Dot Web
I’ve recently completed some major work on Wikipedia trying to provide strong definitions of these terms.
‘Deep Web’ is a term first coined by a search indexing specialist company called ‘Bright Planet’ who used it to describe unindexable content covering dynamic databases requests, paywalls and other hard to get at areas of the internet for a search indexing company. Since the term is a part of their company’s product offering, they’ve gone so far as to describe comparisons to the dark web as ‘inaccurate‘.
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11 days ago by rgl7194
The Internet, the Deep Web, and the Dark Web
If you’re into computer security at all you may have heard of terms like “Deep Web” and “Dark Web”. The terms can be confusing so here are the basics:
The Internet: This is the easy one. It’s the common Internet everyone uses to read news, visit Facebook, and shop. Just consider this the “regular” Internet.
The Deep Web: The deep web is a subset of the Internet that is not indexed by the major search engines. This means that you have to visit those places directly instead of being able to search for them. So there aren’t directions to get there, but they’re waiting if you have an address. The Deep Web is largely there simply because the Internet is too large for search engines to cover completely. So the Deep Web is the long tail of what’s left out.
The Dark Web: The Dark Web (also called Darknet) is a subset of the Deep Web that is not only not indexed, but that also requires something special to be able to access it, e.g., specific proxying software or authentication to gain access. The Dark Web often sits on top of additional sub-networks, such as Tor, I2P, and Freenet, and is often associated with criminal activity of various degrees, including buying and selling drugs, pornography, gambling, etc.
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11 days ago by rgl7194
Clearing Up Confusion - Deep Web vs. Dark Web - BrightPlanet
Earlier this week, Forbes released an article titled “Insider Trading on the Dark Web”. BrightPlanet was mentioned within the article, and BrightPlanet was introduced as a company that collects content from what is called the Dark Web.  While we appreciate being mentioned in Forbes, there are a few definitions we want to clear up for readers.

With recent emphasis being on the Silk Road shutdown by the media, we’ve found a significant misunderstanding of the terms Surface Web, Deep Web, and Dark Web. We hope that this posting can help guide you through these often confused terms and get a better understanding of how the web works.  You’ll understand that Forbes’ definition of Dark Web content was indeed inaccurate. Let’s get started.
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11 days ago by rgl7194
Hacker Lexicon: What Is the Dark Web? | WIRED
TL;DR:
The Dark Web is a collection of thousands of websites that use anonymity tools like Tor and I2P to hide their IP address. While it’s most famously been used for black market drug sales and even child pornography, the Dark Web also enables anonymous whistleblowing and protects users from surveillance and censorship.
www  dark_web  deep_web 
11 days ago by rgl7194
Surface Web, Deep Web, Dark Web -- What's the Difference? - Cambia Research
A friend of mine (who shall remain anonymous to protect her anonymous-ness) has asked me a question and I've decided to provide the answer publicly in case others are interested--and because my long-winded answer is hard to fit in a text message.
QUESTION: What's the difference between the surface web, deep web and dark web.
I've noticed a few TV shows lately talking about the dark web. CSI Cyber, for example. They make it sound very sinister, elicit and dangerous. "Oh God, you don't want to accidentally stumble into the dark web or the hackers will get you."
Even though I've been involved with computers and the web for decades I still didn't understand what they meant when talking about the dark web. Surely someone with my experience would know all about this dark web thingy they speak of. Why didn't I?
I educated myself and will now break it down for you.
www  deep_web  dark_web 
11 days ago by rgl7194
What Is the Dark Web?
There are two webs. There’s the normal web most people use every day, which is easily accessible and indexed by search engines. And then there’s the “dark web”–hidden websites that won’t show up when you search Google, and can’t be accessed without special software.
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11 days ago by rgl7194

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