From time to time, there has been a lot of people wandering into deep web without knowing what this mysterious place holds for you. Hear out these deep web facts to get in-depth knowledge before accessing it.
- Deep Web & Darknet are two different concepts.
- Deep users are more from countries with oppressive internet policies.
- Follow the code of “Deep Web Etiquette”.
Here is an interesting deep web secret => The Internet’s Most Secret Organization.
What does the Deep Web Contain?
There are crazy, disturbing & funny things that happen which will give best Deep Web Experiences.
- A Dark Website helps you cook women with its extended guide from cutting the body part to make her live as long possible while cooking(Yes, It’s Disgusting).
- A “Wish Pill” that will make all your wishes to come true. Probably some Dope, Who knows?
- Selling Carrots (Only Carrots) on the deep web.Buy them with bitcoins.
- Cheap assassins only for $400. (So cheap right). or Some Contract Killers for Hire.
Take a look at these Random Deep Web Screenshots from around the Dark web.
YearWise – Deep Web Facts:
- Even the best search engines can access only about 16% of the available information on the World Wide Web. Therefore 84% of the information is excluded. That 84% has become known as the Deep Web.
- Put another way, the size of the Invisible Web is 500 times larger than the Surface Web.
- The Invisible Web contains nearly 550 billion individual documents as compared with the Surface Web’s 1 billion.
- The Invisible Web is the largest growing category of new information on the Web.
- 95% of the Invisible Web is publicly accessible information.
- More than half of the Invisible Web resides in topic-specific databases.
- Surface Web: 167 terabytes
- Deep Web: 91,850 terabytes
- Academic Invisible Web between 20-100 billion documents
- 11+ billion static pages are hidden from the public as well as 450+ billion database-driven are completely invisible to Google
(Paul Gil 2013)
- “Trillions + pages of information” that current search engines cannot find
- “In fact, typical search engines like Google, Yahoo, or Bing actually access only a tiny fraction – estimated at 0.03% – of the internet.”
(Ultimate Guide to the Invisible Web 2013)