Yes, there are only interesting things.
But jokes are bad with the law: in the end it will be more expensive for yourself.
Okay, if you are simply divorced for money. So God forbid closing it ..
The very word Deep-Web, like "The Dark Internet", already speaks for itself. This separate network is beyond our scope. It's easy to get there, there are many resources, or you can simply google this issue. Still, I would like to single out the anonymous browser "Tor" as one of the options. Indexing of this network in a regular browser is impossible. Most often, illegal information or prohibited goods (sold) are hidden in the Deep-web. Each site on the Deep-Web has its own digital key and is registered on secure servers. Attention! Do not try to visit regular sites with the "TOR" browser. This is illegal.
eosdawn6knv2mno3.onion - Yandex.Market of the Russian darknet. A unified catalog of all darknet sites with a convenient search. You can look at everything on one site, conveniently. You can go from the regular Internet at darkmarket.nl
It's easy to get there - you download the torus and look for an article on Lurkmor with a list of sites (you cannot use the search in the torus, only direct links). In general, you can find almost everything - from any drugs to documents / information about any person. Even telephone terrorism can be ordered. But in general, there is little interest for an ordinary law-abiding citizen.
In the torus, you can buy weapons, drugs and child porn. If you are a law-abiding citizen, you have nothing to do there. If you are only interested in cats and memes, you have nothing to do in the torus. Except that there is only one thing - I use a torus to access filibust (books) and rutracker (torrents).
Okay, if it's straight, then there you can easily find child porn, a weapons store, drugs, hire a hitman, watch a snuff video and earn paranoia, thinking that the special services will somehow find out that you were there.
Yes, if this common user does not have a working VPN. In order to use the Internet in Russia, you need to install a torus or something like that. Otherwise, you will become dependent on morons in the civil service.
My mother, for example, visits a filibusta and a rutracker through the torus.
Interesting and regular Google can be found. What's the point in the anonymous Torah system if you're looking at "facts about cats"?
What interests you is the forbidden. Well, if you couldn't find it yourself, then there is no particular need. But don't despair, it's pretty simple. :)
The Deep Web is a part of the Internet that is not indexed by search engines.
It can be a resource accessible only by invites, such as the Leprozorium collective blog popular on the Russian Internet, or the pirate online cinema Turbofilm. Many torrent trackers work in the same way, the most popular being what.cd and waffles.fm. You can get to such resources by receiving an invitation from an already registered user, you can get to some trackers by passing an interview in IRC, in which they ask about the basics of Bittorrent and ask to show statistics from some other tracker.
This may be sites, the indexing of which was prohibited by the owner, by registering a directive in the robots.txt file, or to which no one has referred. You can get to such sites knowing the link. The monitoring system used by Roskomnadzor for monitoring the execution of site blocking by providers, for example, is available at http://22.214.171.124/
This may be a resource accessible only through some overlay network (running over the Internet), for example, hidden Tor services or I2P ipsites.
To access the hidden Tor service, just download the Tor Browser Bundle from torproject.org and launch it. This is a special build of the Firefox browser with Tor access and some anonymity improvements.
Here are some interesting resources:
facebookcorewwwi.onion is the official Facebook mirror.
flibustahezeous3 .onion - mirror of Flibust's library.
tetatl6umgbmtv27.onion - chat with a random person.
2v7ibl5u4pbemwiz.onion - facts about cats.
To get into I2P, you need to download the client from geti2p.net and configure your web browser to use the HTTP proxy 127.0.0.1:4444. Interesting ipsites:
http: //rus.i2p - wiki in Russian.
tracker2.postman.i2p - anonymous torrent tracker running inside I2P.
http: //forum.i2p - the main forum. There is a section in Russian.
http: //flibusta.i2p - Flibusta is also in I2P.
http: //id3nt.i2p - microblogging service.
You can also "spy" in Tor and I2P without installing a client, using an open gate. To do this, add .tor2web.org for Tor or .i2p.us for I2P at the end of the link. In this case, the anonymity of the user is not guaranteed, and the transmitted data can be spied on and changed by the owner of this gate.
Even if none of these resources aroused your interest, it will still be useful to install Tor. First, it will help you bypass Internet censorship, and secondly, massive surveillance.
First, let's understand the terminology (I suppose I meant the Darknet and not the Deep Web).
The Deep Web is a part of the Internet that is not indexed by traditional search engines. It is not an anonymous / encrypted network and can be accessed. It's just that search engines index web pages by going to them by hyperlinks placed on other pages.
That is, if there is no hyperlink to a page anywhere on the Internet, then the search engine will not know about its existence and it will be part of the deep web. The Deep Web also includes pages available only for registered users and pages dynamically generated when accessing databases.
The Deep Web is a couple of orders of magnitude larger than the surface Internet. Of course, there you can find something interesting for an ordinary user.
Roughly speaking, if Vkontakte or Facebook prohibits search engines from indexing their pages and closes access to unregistered users, they will become part of the Deep Web, but they will not cease to be interesting people.
Now on to the Darknet.
Darknet is the general name for anonymous networks that operate "over the Internet", that is, use their own communication protocols. In such networks, traffic encryption is used, and the IP address of the sender of the data packet is not available to all nodes participating in the transmission of this packet. To access such networks, special software is required.
All anonymous networks, in turn, are part of the Deep Web. The most famous anonymous system is Tor.
Anonymous networks can be used both for good (bypassing censorship, protecting privacy) and harm to society. Very often they are used for criminal purposes: there you can order false documents, hire a killer, buy weapons, drugs, etc.
An ordinary, law-abiding user who is not a carrier of any state or commercial secrets and lives in it makes little sense for a state with free speech to use such networks. And he won't find anything interesting for himself there.
The Deep Web Explained by Keanu Reeves vimeo.com