Deep web

The deep web, also known as the “invisible web”, is a large part of the Internet that is not indexed by ordinary search engines, such as Google or Yahoo. It is thus necessary to have the URL and/or be granted permission to access a deep-web page.

According to estimates, the deep web accounts for more than 90% of the total web. Content of your personal email accounts, social media accounts or online banking accounts, are all examples of what is on the deep web. 

It should not be mistaken with the dark web, which is only a small part of the deep web that operates with a high degree of anonymity and is mostly known for hosting illegal activities.

Deep Web Illustration

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