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Title: The Deep Web
Post by: woodenheart on October 24, 2015, 04:06:53 PM
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This is about the part of the World Wide Web not indexed by traditional search engines. For the part of the World Wide Web which exists on Darknets, Dark Web, you are gonna have to research that yourself..
The Deep Web, Deep Net,Invisible Web, or Hidden Web are search terms referring to the content on the World Wide Web that is not indexed by standard search engines. Computer scientist Mike Bergman is credited with coining the term in 2000.


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The first conflation of the terms came about in 2009 when the deep web search terminology was discussed alongside illegal activities taking place on the Freenet darknet.

Since then, the use in the Silk Road's media reporting, many people and media outlets, have taken to using Deep Web synonymously with the Dark Web or Darknet, a comparison Bright Planet rejects as inaccurate and consequently is an ongoing source of confusion.Wired reporters Kim Zetter and Andy Greenberg recommend the terms be used in distinct fashions.



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In the year 2000, Michael K. Bergman said how searching on the Internet 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. Most of the web's information is buried far down on sites, and standard search engines do not find it. Traditional search engines cannot see or retrieve content in the deep web. The portion of the web that is indexed by standard search engines is known as the surface web. As of 2001, the deep web was several orders of magnitude larger than the surface web. An analogy of an iceberg has been used to represent the division between surface web and deep web respectively.


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Source;

Wikipedia
Title: Re: The Deep Web
Post by: splat on October 24, 2015, 08:14:38 PM
Really interesting with a lot of food for thought!

I feel from everything I have heard over the past months that play it smart you should be fine. JUST don't be tempted or too curious when it comes to certain aspects. For every Shaye Saint John or some reporter wanting to get some news out there there are some sick stuff, as we'll as other stuff, that can lead to serious trouble.

Basically, just play it smart and don't see it as a joke. Deep web IS the big bad world and there are some real wolves out there really prepared to fuck people up!
Title: Re: The Deep Web
Post by: JethroClemson on November 03, 2015, 06:41:11 PM
I'm curious to know what has sparked so much interest in the Deep Web. I noticed it became a booming subject a few months ago after Peter Scully got arrested.

I've never gone on the Deep Web, and I don't plan on doing so since I'm not tech savvy or anything. However, I do find what the various stuff that dwells within interesting to say the least, even the more strange and often morbid of things--such as underground families, strange fetish websites, obscure religious cults, and so on.
Title: Re: The Deep Web
Post by: woodenheart on November 29, 2015, 10:53:46 AM
Some stuff this dude found. Interesting. Netflix accounts?? Really.  :blink:


http://www.techinsider.io/dark-web-tour-2015-11?utm_content=buffer50656&utm_medium=social&utm_source=facebook.com&utm_campaign=buffer-ti (http://www.techinsider.io/dark-web-tour-2015-11?utm_content=buffer50656&utm_medium=social&utm_source=facebook.com&utm_campaign=buffer-ti)
Title: Re: The Deep Web
Post by: splat on November 29, 2015, 11:07:45 AM
Really interesting indeed!
Title: Re: The Deep Web
Post by: JethroClemson on December 17, 2015, 11:04:32 PM
I found a thread on another forum I'm on where people would discuss their deep web experiences.

One of the fuckin' creepiest was pretty short, and they said it was one of their first and last visits to the deep web. From what I remember, they said they were exploring around and eventually came across a site called "The Book of Me", and they clicked on it. They said the page looked like a scrapbook that displayed a few photos. They were all of them at their computer. Totally not creepy or anything, right?
Title: Re: The Deep Web
Post by: woodenheart on December 18, 2015, 12:05:57 AM
I found a thread on another forum I'm on where people would discuss their deep web experiences.

One of the fuckin' creepiest was pretty short, and they said it was one of their first and last visits to the deep web. From what I remember, they said they were exploring around and eventually came across a site called "The Book of Me", and they clicked on it. They said the page looked like a scrapbook that displayed a few photos. They were all of them at their computer. Totally not creepy or anything, right?

Holy fuck... :woow:
Title: Re: The Deep Web
Post by: JethroClemson on December 24, 2015, 07:12:15 PM
Holy fuck... :woow:

I think this alone has scared me straight into not wanting to go on the Deep Web.

Edit:

While I don't know the name of the websites, there's three other creepy as balls stories I remember hearing. I can't confirm if they're true though.

1) I think this was a hit related website, but I don't know for sure. There was a thread called "My Sister", or something. There was a long string of seemingly random photographs, as if they were taken from someone's Facebook. People eating pizza, school photos, vacation and party photos...things like that. The last photo was different from all the others and was just a shovel sticking out of a mound of dirt.

2) The story from what I remember came from someone who was in a chatroom, and said someone who came into the room put up a link to an off-site. They clicked on it and were brought to a small forum for those who have AIDS and HIV. A common theme with the posts were that users would openly talk and joke about how they've infected unknowing people they've slept with. The person ended their story with saying that experience was what drove them off the deep web.

3) The story is pretty long, but the short version of it was from a guy who was turned to a deep web rooted website to buy speed, since he's from a super small town where nobody bothers to sell. After seeing that the dealer was trustworthy and had decent product coming in, he gave the guy his real address to get the drugs sent to him so he could order bigger orders so he could start dealing in his area. The two formed a friendship of sorts, and would interact on other websites if they were both online.

One day, an order came in and the product was less than satisfactory. He was sure he got stiffed and not pleased at all. When he tried to get in touch with the guy, he found all of his accounts were gone--except for one on another forum. He messaged him, wanting him to know his last batch was bunk. He got a response shortly later that sparked a series of messages; which was that the person he was trying to reach had died and that the person on the other end claims to have eating his corpse for the past three weeks--all while making jokes about the lack of visitors the dealer had and something about the mail. When the guy asked about the product, the person on the other end said it was bone meal, and how his skeleton was the only thing he didn't know what to do with. The series of messages ends with the guy on the other end saying "Be seeing you" after saying how he thought it was funny that he [the OP] was only an hour away from him [the person replying] to him.
Title: Re: The Deep Web
Post by: woodenheart on December 26, 2015, 09:51:51 AM
Stuff like this is so creepy but yet I am fascinated, hence I made a sub board for my site.
Title: Re: The Deep Web
Post by: splat on December 26, 2015, 10:19:56 AM
Scary stuff!!! But quite frankly interesting to read!
Title: Re: The Deep Web
Post by: JethroClemson on December 30, 2015, 12:20:42 PM
I agree for sure. Maybe I'm just a morbid person, but the more unusual stories get my attention the most and intrigue me.
Title: Re: The Deep Web
Post by: splat on December 30, 2015, 11:35:44 PM
Exactamoondo!
Title: Re: The Deep Web
Post by: JethroClemson on May 13, 2016, 02:09:33 PM
I heard about this through SomeOrdinaryGamers and that it was from the Deep Web, though I don't know if it was on there originally or it was taken from the Surface Web first.

Thanks to the Church of Euthanasia, someone wrote an article on cannibalism. And...boy is it something.

http://www.churchofeuthanasia.org/e-sermons/butcher.html (http://www.churchofeuthanasia.org/e-sermons/butcher.html)
Title: Re: The Deep Web
Post by: splat on May 23, 2016, 07:11:34 AM
Bob Arson's White Devil Dinky-Dao Mothafucka Bobbacoo Sauce

Sounds to die for!
Title: Re: The Deep Web
Post by: woodenheart on November 20, 2016, 06:46:28 AM
http://www.ranker.com/list/deep-web-scary-stories/christopher-shultz (http://www.ranker.com/list/deep-web-scary-stories/christopher-shultz)
Title: Re: The Deep Web
Post by: Renacimiento on November 27, 2016, 04:32:37 AM
Very interesting all. There is something on the Deep Web that attracts me enormously. It's hard to explain I suppose. My curious mind may be the reason. However my adventurous spirit has some repairs. I do not know ... maybe I'm afraid to get in trouble just to go see what happens there and what I can find. Let's see if I can explain it better, not that I'm afraid of what I might have found there but instead the consequences.
Title: Re: The Deep Web
Post by: splat on November 27, 2016, 06:41:24 AM
Not to use an over-used metaphor but it is like going down the rabbit hole or exploring a dungeon in an ancient citadel....I know there are extreme dangers but fuck I need to discover the stuff in the dark places, the hidden gems!
Title: Re: The Deep Web
Post by: JethroClemson on November 30, 2016, 07:58:01 PM
Same here. If I was honestly more tech saavy, I'd consider exploring the weirder sides of the Deep Web; mainly different sub-cultures and other places unique and curious people dwell.
Title: Re: The Deep Web
Post by: Renacimiento on December 03, 2016, 10:15:43 AM
I have an acquaintance who told me that he knew how to enter the DeepWeeb in a slightly more "safe" way so I am sure that at some point I will do it.
Title: Re: The Deep Web
Post by: JethroClemson on February 28, 2017, 08:51:43 PM
Maybe they mean using Tails, or at least that's what I'm hearing more of since people say TOR isn't as safe as it use to be.
Title: Re: The Deep Web
Post by: JethroClemson on March 08, 2017, 03:46:38 PM
Has anyone heard of or know anything about Snuff R73 (2015)?

I was poking around on IMDb for a shockumentary I found on Youtube, and that was one of the titles someone posted in a list of mondos and shockumentaries. I assumed it was a gritty underground horror short, like El Gore's stuff. But, when I tried looking it up, I mostly got links implying it's a child hurtcore ring and something with necrophilia. One of the links that came up was an onion link, but I didn't want to touch that with a 30 foot pole. I know one of the people who made a post talking about it was TakedownMan, but I take what he says with a grain of salt, since he's not the most reliable source out there.
Title: Re: The Deep Web
Post by: splat on May 19, 2018, 06:34:49 AM
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4bFTv7cCBLs (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4bFTv7cCBLs)