By Aadish Jain
Darknet websites are not accessible easily by any browser!They can only be accessed via networks such as Tor Browser (“The Onion Routing” project) and I2P (“Invisible Internet Project”). The “Tor browser” and Tor-accessible sites are widely used Among the darknet users and can be identified. By domain names such as “.onion”.While the “Tor Browser” majorly focuses on providing incognito access to the Internet. I2P specializes in allowing incognito hosting of websites. The actual Identities and the locations of darknet users stay anonymous always. The darknet encryption technology routes use data through a large number of intermediate servers, which protects the users’ identity’s anonymity. The information which is transmitted may be decrypted only by a subsequent node in the scheme, which leads to the exit node. The system’s sophistication is the reason why it is almost impossible to reproduce the node path. And decrypt the information layer by layer. Just because of the high level of encryption, websites are not able to track geolocation and IP of their users, that’s also why users are not able to get this information about the host. Due to this high level of secure encryption users can easily talk, blog, and share files confidentially. Like illegitimate trade forums and media exchange.
One of the dark things about the dark web is that terrorist media exchange happens through it!These activities need to be in the strictest confidence. And what better way to do these actions than to do it. On one of the most secure and foolproof platforms, dark web? One might think that it’s better to take down such a platform. That is proving to be beneficial for terrorist action. But before you reach any conclusions, think about this. If terrorists are hiding invaluable information using the dark web, then so is our government. Please feel free to share your point of view, in the comment box below. Also, do not forget to visit: http://www.wrote4u.com