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lulz

Somerset, KY

#21 Sep 10, 2012
2DamnLiberal wrote:
Deep Web contains content that is not indexed on most search engines. That's it. It isn't spooky, but it is huge (I've read that Deep Web is 500 times larger than Surface Web). Just like in real life, if you stumble upon a network where illegal things are happening, never go there again. Shun the lawbreakers ;)
Helpful links for Deep exploration...
http://library.laguardia.edu/invisibleweb
http://library.laguardia.edu/invisibleweb/too...
And if you haven't already tried it...
duckduckgo.com
DuckDuckGo is a much more secure, private search engine than Google. Find more info here...
https://duckduckgo.com/about.html
But /x/ said it was super, super scary...

http://tinyurl.com/89ofar5

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#22 Sep 10, 2012
Seen too much wrote:
Some of the stories I've seen people post that are from the deepweb are horrifying. They're obviously fiction, but stories like The Box and Lolita Dolls are frightening because of the type of mind it would take to even imagine something like that, much less take the time to write it out and publicize it.
There are rumors about snuff videos floating around on the deepweb, but people say that it is so slow that it would take forever for a video to load. But then I've also heard that "1 lunatic, 1 icepick" first surfaced there.
Actually, come right down to it, it would probably be better not to get too involved in Deep Web, where so much organize crime is being used on Deep Web. If a person isn't careful, they might stumble upon something that wasn't meant for prying eyes.
Seen too much

Georgetown, KY

#23 Sep 10, 2012
lulz wrote:
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But /x/ said it was super, super scary...
http://tinyurl.com/89ofar5
Yay, someone else knows about 4chan!
seen too much

Richmond, KY

#25 Sep 11, 2012
Not a newfag, just don't go there often enough to care about the rules.

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#26 Sep 12, 2012
Seen too much wrote:
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Yay, someone else knows about 4chan!
Yeah, but 4chan is not deep web.
Seen too much

Corbin, KY

#27 Sep 12, 2012
2DamnLiberal wrote:
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Yeah, but 4chan is not deep web.
Yeah, I know that, but some people seem to think it is because CP does get posted there sometimes. The mods always remove it as soon as they see it.
new to this

United States

#28 Sep 12, 2012
Seen too much wrote:
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Yeah, I know that, but some people seem to think it is because CP does get posted there sometimes. The mods always remove it as soon as they see it.
well I dont wanna sound to stupid but I am new to all this and using a computer for the first time in my life.Now I am curious what the deep web is and how do I get to it.Do I type in deep web or is there another address for it.Thank you for your help.
Seen too much

Corbin, KY

#29 Sep 12, 2012
new to this wrote:
<quoted text>well I dont wanna sound to stupid but I am new to all this and using a computer for the first time in my life.Now I am curious what the deep web is and how do I get to it.Do I type in deep web or is there another address for it.Thank you for your help.
No, it's a little harder than that. You have to download the Tor client, which is a browser that makes it harder to trace your online activity and is the only way to get to the deepweb. Beyond that, I can't explain since I've never been on the deepweb and never intend to. I know most of it is just boring, useless old abandoned webpages and things like that, but just the possibility of find CP is enough to keep me off it.

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#30 Sep 12, 2012
Seen too much wrote:
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No, it's a little harder than that. You have to download the Tor client, which is a browser that makes it harder to trace your online activity and is the only way to get to the deepweb. Beyond that, I can't explain since I've never been on the deepweb and never intend to. I know most of it is just boring, useless old abandoned webpages and things like that, but just the possibility of find CP is enough to keep me off it.
I have done some research about the Deep Web on You Tube, they recommend not getting on the Deep Web, unless you are experienced in searching the web sites. I know they said there are all kinds of sites, from good sites to very dangerous sites. One site, someone can even hire a hit man to take out somebody. I don't think I would want to explore something that could be dangerous to get on. A person might stumble upon something we might regret.
Seen too much

Lebanon, KY

#31 Sep 12, 2012
Charlie Sylvester Hollon wrote:
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I have done some research about the Deep Web on You Tube, they recommend not getting on the Deep Web, unless you are experienced in searching the web sites. I know they said there are all kinds of sites, from good sites to very dangerous sites. One site, someone can even hire a hit man to take out somebody. I don't think I would want to explore something that could be dangerous to get on. A person might stumble upon something we might regret.
Everyone says the hit man site is fake. The CP is real, though, and the Silk Road (drug market)and gun selling websites. But to buy anything you have to use a currency called Bitcoins and I understand they're pretty expensive.

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#32 Sep 13, 2012
Seen too much wrote:
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Everyone says the hit man site is fake. The CP is real, though, and the Silk Road (drug market)and gun selling websites. But to buy anything you have to use a currency called Bitcoins and I understand they're pretty expensive.
That's the reason I wouldn't get on Deep Web, I would never be able to understand it.
new to this

United States

#33 Sep 13, 2012
Seen too much wrote:
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No, it's a little harder than that. You have to download the Tor client, which is a browser that makes it harder to trace your online activity and is the only way to get to the deepweb. Beyond that, I can't explain since I've never been on the deepweb and never intend to. I know most of it is just boring, useless old abandoned webpages and things like that, but just the possibility of find CP is enough to keep me off it.
Thank you for your help but after reading your post and charlies and the others Im afraid to try it.Don't have much of a clue about all this anyways.But what is CP that you talk about.

Since: Dec 11

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#34 Sep 13, 2012
new to this wrote:
<quoted text>Thank you for your help but after reading your post and charlies and the others Im afraid to try it.Don't have much of a clue about all this anyways.But what is CP that you talk about.
I made a rule when it pertains to the internet, if I have any doubts at all, or I'm suspicious of a web site, I stay clear of it. When it comes to e-mails, I just don't click on something to see what it is, because I'm careful when it comes to such things. Back in the early 2000s, when I purchased my first computer, I learned my lesson very fast, after my computer crashed and fried, I learned not to click on just anything. There's viruses out there that is just waiting to give you a cold, and then turn it into the Asian Flu [destroying your hard drive].
new to this to charlie

United States

#35 Sep 13, 2012
Charlie Sylvester Hollon wrote:
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I made a rule when it pertains to the internet, if I have any doubts at all, or I'm suspicious of a web site, I stay clear of it. When it comes to e-mails, I just don't click on something to see what it is, because I'm careful when it comes to such things. Back in the early 2000s, when I purchased my first computer, I learned my lesson very fast, after my computer crashed and fried, I learned not to click on just anything. The0re's viruses out there that is just waiting to give you a cold, and then turn it into the Asian Flu [destroying your hard drive].
thanks charlie for all your info..I need all I can get lol.Do you know what CP is the other poster talks about.
Seen too much

Richmond, KY

#36 Sep 13, 2012
new to this wrote:
<quoted text>Thank you for your help but after reading your post and charlies and the others Im afraid to try it.Don't have much of a clue about all this anyways.But what is CP that you talk about.
CP is child pornography. The number one reason to stay away from the deepweb.
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United States

#37 Sep 13, 2012
Seen too much wrote:
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CP is child pornography. The number one reason to stay away from the deepweb.
ohhhh ok thanks and no I surely dont want around that sick stuff..

Since: Dec 11

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#38 Sep 13, 2012
new to this to charlie wrote:
<quoted text>thanks charlie for all your info..I need all I can get lol.Do you know what CP is the other poster talks about.
Like "Seen to much" said, it's child pornography, one of the most despicable things a human could do. Usually all child pornography involves molestation, and that's even worse. I think animals can be more humane than some humans.

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#39 Sep 13, 2012
Seen too much wrote:
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CP is child pornography. The number one reason to stay away from the deepweb.
You got that right!!
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Calumet City, IL

#40 Jan 31, 2013
hiring hitman on the deepweb is not real?
no joking matter

Athens, OH

#41 Jan 31, 2013
The deep web is something you don't want to fool around with unless you really know what you're doing. Organize crime is associated with the deep web, so it's better to stay away.

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