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stevemagegod

Is ET using the Deep Web?

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Think about it, if ET can traverse the Galaxy to wherever they came from is it not unthinkable for ET to be accessing the internet that no one else uses, Other than Anonymous and maybe even connecting the Deep Web with the rest of the Galaxy truly making the internet a bottomless pit? After all according to Wikipedia:

As of 2001, the deep Web was several orders of magnitude larger than the surface Web.

So with that in mind remember that many of the pictures of so called "Aliens" appear on the Deep Web and then surface on sites like Youtube,Google etc.,

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If they were using the deep web, you would never know it. Web sites aren't crawled on the deep web. Unless you have a direct onion URL, there's no way in hell you're going to find anything on there. The Deep web wiki is pretty useless too, as are most other deep web sites used to categorize known deep web URLs.

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Along with bigfoot

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I heard Bigfoot forgot to pay his internet bill and got disconnected.

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Whats the deep web? didnt know the internet had depth. if aliens could access the web, they probably all ready have some one on UM. ( suggesting the idea to deter people thinking its me o.o) would be funny if they were a well known skeptic.

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Whats the deep web? didnt know the internet had depth. if aliens could access the web, they probably all ready have some one on UM. ( suggesting the idea to deter people thinking its me o.o) would be funny if they were a well known skeptic.

If the MIB make you disappear don't blame us... :P

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The deep web consists of sites that are not search engine indexed. You can't access them via the usual www.(site name here).com. They have their own conventions.

There are a lot of child pornography and illegal sites on the deep web because of how hard it is to trace their source like you can on the surface web. If you want guns, bombs, pretty much anything you can get your hands on, someone on the deep web is selling it.

But it's not just criminal/hacker activity. A lot of companies actually house their intranet on the deep web. It's perfectly safe from prying eyes, because if you don't already know it's there, your chances of finding it are next to zero.

A lot of global hackers also operate on the deep web where government/law enforcement can't find/catch them. A lot of people who first hear about the deep web think they are part of some super elite hacker finding the Matrix for the first time, but once they browse around sites categorized (usually the deep web wiki) and other sites, they soon realize that unless you know where you're going and what you're doing, it's fairly boring and uninteresting.

You can access the deep web via the Tor browser which connects you to the TOR network and acts as a pretty effective proxy.

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The deep web consists of sites that are not search engine indexed. You can't access them via the usual www.(site name here).com. They have their own conventions.

There are a lot of child pornography and illegal sites on the deep web because of how hard it is to trace their source like you can on the surface web. If you want guns, bombs, pretty much anything you can get your hands on, someone on the deep web is selling it.

But it's not just criminal/hacker activity. A lot of companies actually house their intranet on the deep web. It's perfectly safe from prying eyes, because if you don't already know it's there, your chances of finding it are next to zero.

A lot of global hackers also operate on the deep web where government/law enforcement can't find/catch them. A lot of people who first hear about the deep web think they are part of some super elite hacker finding the Matrix for the first time, but once they browse around sites categorized (usually the deep web wiki) and other sites, they soon realize that unless you know where you're going and what you're doing, it's fairly boring and uninteresting.

You can access the deep web via the Tor browser which connects you to the TOR network and acts as a pretty effective proxy.

could you post a link to the actual deep web wiki, so I can see what it looks like. Iv never heard of the deep web

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They're using our own satellites against us.

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could you post a link to the actual deep web wiki, so I can see what it looks like. Iv never heard of the deep web

You can't access the deep web through Firefox/Chrome. You need a browser called Tor.

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could you post a link to the actual deep web wiki, so I can see what it looks like. Iv never heard of the deep web

One of the URL's to get to the deep web wiki (Hidden Wiki) is http://kpvz7ki2v5agwt35.onion/wiki/index.php/Main_Page, but you won't be able to get to it with a traditional browser.

Go to TorProject and download the TOR client. Once connected to the TOR network, you will be able to access deep web sites.

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