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    Deep Web: Who Else Knows About This??

    yesterday i was doing some internet surfing as i usually do and somehow stumbled onto something that really blew my mind! it was like discovering the matrix almost LOL..

    the DEEP WEB or DEEP NET and Marianas Web.

    apparently the internet we are using to access this forum is like 19 terabytes worth of data and there is like another 750 terabytes worth of data out there..

    i couldnt believe this place exists. it appears it does! i am not the most gifted computer guy and i have often found myself wondering about things like viruses and where they come from and who makes them and why they do it. i also wondered where they made them and how they got them wherever they are LOL.. well it turns out the deep web is one place.

    there is a lot of sick stuff on there too and it is not so much the content i am interested in as it is the mystery in which this place seems to exist and how u go about accessing it.

    what do yall think?

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    That's funny because I only learned about this a few months ago. I am not a computer scientist sadly, so I don't even know how one would access the Deep Web. Like you said, there is a lot of sick shit there. I know that is where child pornography and horrible shit is uploaded.

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    What can this deep web be used for. Just starting to look into it

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    Interesting now i gotta find out what its about never heard of it till now.

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    all kinds of stuff. none of it bright and cheery, but im simply curious about how to access it more for the ride and challenge as opposed to the content.

    level 0: common web. what we browse

    level 1: surface web
    reddit, dig, newgrounds, vampire feeds, temp email services, foreign social networks, human intel tasks, web hostiing, MYSQL Databases, college campuses

    level 2: Bergie Web
    FTP Servers, google locked results, honeypots, loaded web servers, most of the internet, porn.. (i cant specify this), 4chan, etc..
    for those curious minds like mine i am including a link to something fairly innocent which caught my attention and i followed it thru to learn more about it. it is the honey pot. very interesting. these computer things are pretty crazy! Honeypots
    PROXY SERVER REQUIRED BEYOND THIS POINT

    Level 3: Deep Web
    "on the vanilla" sources, porn again, gore, celeb scandals, VIP Gossip, hackers, virus information, FOIE ARchives, Raid information, XSS Worm scripting, FTP Servers (specific), Mathematic research, supercomputing, visual processing, virtual reality (specific)

    TOR REQUIRED AFTER THIS POINT (not just TOR is used to access this info)

    ELIZA Data info, hacking groups FTP, Node transfers, data analysis, post date generation, microsoft data secure networks, assembly programmers guild, shell networking, AI Theorists, cosmologists/MIT

    Level 4: Charter Web

    this is where the really hardcore stuff starts showing up. i dont want to pollute this environment with specifics, but u can google this stuff and find out urself.. some of it is death matches and crazy stuff like that, bounty hunters, head hunters, hitmen, illegal game hunters, etc...

    CLOSED SHELL SYSTEM REQUIRED AFTER THIS POINT (i didnt even know whaty that was and still am not extremely clear on it)

    the law of 13's and a bunch of other stuff!

    it goes even further than this.. somehthing about "polymeric falcighol derivation"

    bottom level Marianas Web: this is like Atlantis or the Loch ness monster.. no one has been here and it is argued whether it even exists. i have read speculation of govt secret info, WW2 Human experimentation results, etc down here.. alien autopsy etc..

    some of this stuff i dont even know what it means so i hope i was able to leave out the really offensive stuff.

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    you have to download a TOR browser. this thing keeps u from being traced around (i think it just makes it harder).

    here is the link for the TOR download. i have a buddy from work who turned me onto this awhile back because he said it makes it very hard for u to get a virus. he downloads movies from bit torrents or something like that..

    https://www.torproject.org/projects/torbrowser.html.en

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    i dont speak computer... but sounds like crazy stuff

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    Sounds like news groups to me. Yeah its a lot different than what people are use to

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    Quote Originally Posted by lovbyts View Post
    Sounds like news groups to me. Yeah its a lot different than what people are use to
    news groups??

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    very intrigued....Google here I cooooooooooommmmme

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    I thought Dukkit house was the Deep web.
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    I'm surprised to see FTP on anything beyond the initial level. Very common and easy to get into.
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    Quote Originally Posted by austinite View Post
    I thought Dukkit house was the Deep web.
    Lmao

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    Quote Originally Posted by austinite View Post
    I'm surprised to see FTP on anything beyond the initial level. Very common and easy to get into.
    im a computer moron.. LOL..

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    Wow, I had no idea.

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    Deep Throat I've heard of, deep web not so much.


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    Now I'm starting to catch up on it...

    The Deep Web (also called the Deepnet, the Invisible Web, the Undernet or the hidden Web) is World Wide Web content that is not part of the Surface Web, which is indexed by standard search engines. It should not be confused with the dark Internet, the computers that can no longer be reached via Internet, or with a Darknet distributed filesharing network, which could be classified as a smaller part of the Deep Web.

    Mike Bergman, founder of BrightPlanet and credited with coining the phrase,[1] said that searching on the Internet today can be compared to dragging a net across the surface of the ocean: a great deal may be caught in the net, but there is a wealth of information that is deep and therefore missed.[2] Most of the Web's information is buried far down on dynamically generated sites, and standard search engines do not find it. Traditional search engines cannot "see" or retrieve content in the deep Web—those pages do not exist until they are created dynamically as the result of a specific search. As of 2001, the deep Web was several orders of magnitude larger than the surface Web.[3]
    Contents

    1 Size
    2 Naming
    3 Deep Resources
    4 Accessing
    5 Crawling the deep Web
    6 Classifying resources
    7 Future
    8 See also
    9 References
    10 Further reading
    11 External links

    Size

    Estimates based on extrapolations from a study done at University of California, Berkeley in 2001,[3] speculate that the deep Web consists of about 7,500 terabytes. More accurate estimates are available for the number of resources in the deep Web: He detected around 300,000 deep web sites in the entire Web in 2004,[4] and, according to Shestakov, around 14,000 deep web sites existed in the Russian part of the Web in 2006.[5]
    Naming

    Bergman, in a seminal paper on the deep Web published in the Journal of Electronic Publishing, mentioned that Jill Ellsworth used the term invisible Web in 1994 to refer to websites that were not registered with any search engine.[3] Bergman cited a January 1996 article by Frank Garcia:[6]

    "It would be a site that's possibly reasonably designed, but they didn't bother to register it with any of the search engines. So, no one can find them! You're hidden. I call that the invisible Web."

    Another early use of the term Invisible Web was by Bruce Mount and Matthew B. Koll of Personal Library Software, in a description of the @1 deep Web tool found in a December 1996 press release.[7]

    The first use of the specific term Deep Web, now generally accepted, occurred in the aforementioned 2001 Bergman study.[3]
    Deep Resources

    Deep Web resources may be classified into one or more of the following categories:

    Dynamic content: dynamic pages which are returned in response to a submitted query or accessed only through a form, especially if open-domain input elements (such as text fields) are used; such fields are hard to navigate without domain knowledge.
    Unlinked content: pages which are not linked to by other pages, which may prevent Web crawling programs from accessing the content. This content is referred to as pages without backlinks (or inlinks).
    Private Web: sites that require registration and login (password-protected resources).
    Contextual Web: pages with content varying for different access contexts (e.g., ranges of client IP addresses or previous navigation sequence).
    Limited access content: sites that limit access to their pages in a technical way (e.g., using the Robots Exclusion Standard, CAPTCHAs, or no-cache Pragma HTTP headers which prohibit search engines from browsing them and creating cached copies.[8])
    Scripted content: pages that are only accessible through links produced by JavaScript as well as content dynamically downloaded from Web servers via Flash or Ajax solutions.
    Non-HTML/text content: textual content encoded in multimedia (image or video) files or specific file formats not handled by search engines.

    Accessing

    To discover content on the Web, search engines use web crawlers that follow hyperlinks through known protocol virtual port numbers. This technique is ideal for discovering resources on the surface Web but is often ineffective at finding deep Web resources. For example, these crawlers do not attempt to find dynamic pages that are the result of database queries due to the indeterminate number of queries that are possible.[1] It has been noted that this can be (partially) overcome by providing links to query results, but this could unintentionally inflate the popularity for a member of the deep Web.

    In 2005, Yahoo! made a small part of the deep Web searchable by releasing Yahoo! Subscriptions. This search engine searches through a few subscription-only Web sites. Some subscription websites display their full content to search engine robots so they will show up in user searches, but then show users a login or subscription page when they click a link from the search engine results page.

    DeepPeep, Intute, Deep Web Technologies, and Scirus are a few search engines that have accessed the deep web. Intute ran out of funding and is now a temporary static archive as of July, 2011.[9]
    Crawling the deep Web

    Researchers have been exploring how the deep Web can be crawled in an automatic fashion. In 2001, Sriram Raghavan and Hector Garcia-Molina[10][11] presented an architectural model for a hidden-Web crawler that used key terms provided by users or collected from the query interfaces to query a Web form and crawl the deep Web resources. Alexandros Ntoulas, Petros Zerfos, and Junghoo Cho of UCLA created a hidden-Web crawler that automatically generated meaningful queries to issue against search forms.[12] Several form query languages (e.g., DEQUEL[13]) have been proposed that, besides issuing a query, also allow to extract structured data from result pages. Another effort is DeepPeep, a project of the University of Utah sponsored by the National Science Foundation, which gathered hidden-Web sources (Web forms) in different domains based on novel focused crawler techniques.[14][15]

    Commercial search engines have begun exploring alternative methods to crawl the deep Web. The Sitemap Protocol (first developed by Google) and mod oai are mechanisms that allow search engines and other interested parties to discover deep Web resources on particular Web servers. Both mechanisms allow Web servers to advertise the URLs that are accessible on them, thereby allowing automatic discovery of resources that are not directly linked to the surface Web. Google's deep Web surfacing system pre-computes submissions for each HTML form and adds the resulting HTML pages into the Google search engine index. The surfaced results account for a thousand queries per second to deep Web content.[16] In this system, the pre-computation of submissions is done using three algorithms:

    selecting input values for text search inputs that accept keywords,
    identifying inputs which accept only values of a specific type (e.g., date), and
    selecting a small number of input combinations that generate URLs suitable for inclusion into the Web search index.

    Classifying resources
    This section may contain original research. Please improve it by verifying the claims made and adding inline citations. Statements consisting only of original research may be removed. (September 2012)

    Automatically determining if a Web resource is a member of the surface Web or the deep Web is difficult. If a resource is indexed by a search engine, it is not necessarily a member of the surface Web, because the resource could have been found using another method (e.g., the Sitemap Protocol, mod oai, OAIster) instead of traditional crawling. If a search engine provides a backlink for a resource, one may assume that the resource is in the surface Web. Unfortunately, search engines do not always provide all backlinks to resources. Even if a backlink does exist, there is no way to determine if the resource providing the link is itself in the surface Web without crawling all of the Web. Furthermore, a resource may reside in the surface Web, but it has not yet been found by a search engine. Therefore, if we have an arbitrary resource, we cannot know for sure if the resource resides in the surface Web or deep Web without a complete crawl of the Web.

    Most of the work of classifying search results has been in categorizing the surface Web by topic. For classification of deep Web resources, Ipeirotis et al.[17] presented an algorithm that classifies a deep Web site into the category that generates the largest number of hits for some carefully selected, topically-focused queries. Deep Web directories under development include OAIster at the University of Michigan, Intute at the University of Manchester, Infomine[18] at the University of California at Riverside, and DirectSearch (by Gary Price). This classification poses a challenge while searching the deep Web whereby two levels of categorization are required. The first level is to categorize sites into vertical topics (e.g., health, travel, automobiles) and sub-topics according to the nature of the content underlying their databases.

    The more difficult challenge is to categorize and map the information extracted from multiple deep Web sources according to end-user needs. Deep Web search reports cannot display URLs like traditional search reports. End users expect their search tools to not only find what they are looking for quickly, but to be intuitive and user-friendly. In order to be meaningful, the search reports have to offer some depth to the nature of content that underlie the sources or else the end-user will be lost in the sea of URLs that do not indicate what content lies beneath them. The format in which search results are to be presented varies widely by the particular topic of the search and the type of content being exposed. The challenge is to find and map similar data elements from multiple disparate sources so that search results may be exposed in a unified format on the search report irrespective of their source.
    Future

    The lines between search engine content and the deep Web have begun to blur, as search services start to provide access to part or all of once-restricted content. An increasing amount of deep Web content is opening up to free search as publishers and libraries make agreements with large search engines. In the future, deep Web content may be defined less by opportunity for search than by access fees or other types of authentication.

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    Yeah I heard about the Deep or Dark Internet.

    Remember, as far as the internet goes, anyone's imagination basically became currency.

    Look at how many results you get from a Google search. Just now I typed in "Lobo" into Google. You get about 12 or 13 links on page one for your search. Most people wont go beyond pages 1-3 to look for things but the word has 76 MILLION results. That 100's thousands of pages.

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    Alright guys, if you want to know what's in the Deep Web, you have to get in the minds of the people who would likely have made it.

    In other words, it contains countless hours of hentai and other strange forms of pornography. Stuff that you probably should never look at.

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    hit my first 2 sites this am..

    on a side note, i dont get cartoon porn..

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    Quote Originally Posted by --->>405<<--- View Post
    hit my first 2 sites this am..

    on a side note, i dont get cartoon porn..
    U never watched roger wabbit... lolz

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shol'va View Post
    Deep Throat I've heard of, deep web not so much.

    Fvcking nice!!!!!!!!!!

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    This all sounds creepy to me.

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    researched it and read up on it.....very very interesting....405 how do u get a proxy?

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    Just look up tor proxy/browser u can do it on ur mob. N tor mail might be useful too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cancer82 View Post
    researched it and read up on it.....very very interesting....405 how do u get a proxy?

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    All u need is tor which i provided in the above link. Once u download it let me know

    Follow the steps in the guide. Just select ur language (english) and it will lead u the rest of the way

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    Should I post a hidden wiki link?

    Fancy a walthar.
    9mm

    Or maybe can't be bothered an need a hitman.

    Well.... come on down. But. Don't forget ur bit coins lolz.

    N so the learning will begin again. I don't know what's harder. Setting up everything. Bringing up kids. Getting my head around diet/training/cycles.

    Or

    Buying bit coins lmfao
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    You check out Silk Road yet 405?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sgt. Hartman View Post
    You check out Silk Road yet 405?
    LOL.. not silk road because u have to get a membership. i chekd out similar.. im not into that anymore though.. i did see some cuban cigars for sale. i fig maybe ill try one.. im not a cigar smoker and my wife would prob kill me LMAO..

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    Quote Originally Posted by MajorPectorial View Post
    Should I post a hidden wiki link?

    Fancy a walthar.
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    Or maybe can't be bothered an need a hitman.

    Well.... come on down. But. Don't forget ur bit coins lolz.

    N so the learning will begin again. I don't know what's harder. Setting up everything. Bringing up kids. Getting my head around diet/training/cycles.

    Or

    Buying bit coins lmfao
    LOL major.. its a heck of a life we lead is it not!

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    there isnt really anything you guys would want on the deep web. i go on there sometimes. nothing special. its basically a pedo playground. all those "levels" arn't true. it was started on another website a long time ago. basically its set up to browes the internet anonymously, although thats questionable still. But if you want to look around i recommend googling Tor directory and use that link.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kalspic View Post
    there isnt really anything you guys would want on the deep web. i go on there sometimes. nothing special. its basically a pedo playground. all those "levels" arn't true. it was started on another website a long time ago. basically its set up to browes the internet anonymously, although thats questionable still. But if you want to look around i recommend googling Tor directory and use that link.
    i would also like to add BE CAREFUL on what link you click on

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    Quote Originally Posted by --->>405<<--- View Post
    LOL.. not silk road because u have to get a membership. i chekd out similar.. im not into that anymore though.. i did see some cuban cigars for sale. i fig maybe ill try one.. im not a cigar smoker and my wife would prob kill me LMAO..
    I'm not into what you're referring to either......but they have lots of other interesting things as well lol.

    When I first stumbled on it I remember they had all kind of rpg's and similar - my mind was blown.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kalspic View Post
    there isnt really anything you guys would want on the deep web. i go on there sometimes. nothing special. its basically a pedo playground. all those "levels" arn't true. it was started on another website a long time ago. basically its set up to browes the internet anonymously, although thats questionable still. But if you want to look around i recommend googling Tor directory and use that link.
    I know absolutely nothing about these levels, but I do know that assuming to browse the web anonymously, at any level, is laughable. Yea...Joe Schmoe learns a way, but the FBI isn't there watching?? Right.

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    the levels are just trolling mariana trench its a troll site with a guy stretching his azzhole open. im sure you've seen it before. but as far as anonymous its pretty good. the only week point is the exit nodes. also downloading it will put you on a list for the nsa and what not. if you want to be anonymous better look in i2p

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    It's just hard to believe that the govt. isn't 10 steps ahead of this. But, I really don't know...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rusty11 View Post
    It's just hard to believe that the govt. isn't 10 steps ahead of this. But, I really don't know...
    it was set up by the navy if im not mistaken. they are close. if you do go on dont download anythig and turn on noscripts. it can leak your ip. they have alot of great pdfs and downloadable books. if you do decided to download them and want to stay anonymous then scan them first, then when you go to read them turn off your interent.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kalspic View Post
    it was set up by the navy if im not mistaken. they are close. if you do go on dont download anythig and turn on noscripts. it can leak your ip. they have alot of great pdfs and downloadable books. if you do decided to download them and want to stay anonymous then scan them first, then when you go to read them turn off your interent.
    how do u turn on no scripts? i dont even know what that means LOL.. and yes i also read tor was started for the navy..

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