The internet, as we know, is huge. The problem is, it is so huge that we often underestimate its size. To explain what the web looks like, I’ve created this flow chart (it is very weird, and don’t worry if you don’t know everything. Because even I don’t).
Now, if you look at this chart, you’ll realise you are missing so much of the internet. As much as we see the internet is a safely built and highly accessible network, the truth is that this is only the tip of the iceberg. And the part of the iceberg that is hidden in the water is so deep, you wouldn’t even want to come close.
Now, I highly discourage using the deep web and I request you to take all the information I’ll be writing in this series to be “knowledge” and don’t put it to use. As anonymous, complicated and “cool” this web looks, it is highly dangerous for common people to venture into. In fact, I’d recommend you to consider the deep web a myth, because it might be. I personally have never visited the deeper trenches of the web myself.
In this information series, I will be sharing with you the knowledge I have of this deep web. I’ll be using sources ranging from YouTube videos to Wikipedia to technology blogs like Wired, all of whom host articles related to this topic. I’ll make sure I mention the sources of the blog posts I write.
Let's begin this adventure into an unknown universe, residing camouflaged under the “internet”.
Coming soon. Stay tuned.