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The dark web and how to access it

Sat, 14 April 2018

Tor is comprised of people from all over the planet who are donating their computers to the network. It has more than 7,000 relays to choose from. Bouncing your request around to random computers all over the world makes it much harder for people to find you. Read Article

MacKenzie Sigalos, CNBC

Zombie PCs are for crimelord chumps

Wed, 14 Aug 2013

Botnets have been the main vector of cybercrime for more than a decade, so the possibility that a different approach might be brought into play is possibly as significant as when spammers switched from using open mail relays to malware-infected PCs. Read Article

John Leyden, The Register

Questa mappa interattiva rivela che il dark web non è poi così oscuro

Thur, 15 Mar 2018

Il mondo del dark web — che ricordiamo essere solo una parte del più ampio deep web — è spesso associato ai più oscuri traffici illegali e alle attività più violente e atroci a cui la mente umana abbia mai pensato… Read Article

Riccardo Coluccini, Motherboard

Meet The Darpa-Backed Hackers Building A Google For Every Web Weakness

Mon, 25 May 2015

Hacker culture is dying. A scene that used to be replete with anticorporate sentiment and profreedom ideals is being sold out by cybersecurity capitalists more concerned with making a quick buck… Read Article

Thomas Fox-Brewster, Forbes

Memex In Action: Watch DARPA Artificial Intelligence Search For Crime On The 'Dark Web'

Fri, 10 Apr 2015

The Memex technology, named after an mechanical mnemonic dreamt up just as the Second World War was coming to a close, has already been put to use by a number of law enforcement agencies, who are looking to counter crime taking place on networks like Tor, where Hidden Services are protected by the privacy-enhancing, encrypted hosting, often for good, often for bad. Read Article

Thomas Fox-Brewster, Forbes

Das Darknet in einer Landkarte

Fri, 16 Mar 2018

So illustriert die Karte das, was die meisten Menschen unter dem Begriff Darknet oder auch Dark Web verstehen: Tor Hidden Services sind Dienste, die nur über den Tor-Browser aufgerufen werden können - jenes Anonymisierungswerkzeug, das verschleiert, wer was im Internet tut. Daneben gibt es noch weitere Netze, die aber weniger verbreitet sind. Read Article

Der Spiegel