The Deep Web & The Dark Web
Internet users may think that their daily browsing provides them access to all the Internet data, while in fact, browsers connect them to only 16% of the available information. The remaining data are hidden in what is known as the "Deep Web", which separates accessible and confidential web spheres, where content is not indexed. In the depth of the deep web, there is what is known as the "Dark Web", which allows for illegal services such as hiring assassins, selling weapons and drugs, human trafficking, and thefts. Users who attempt to access the dark web are subject to hacking and blackmailing activities, while the perpetrators' identities remain unknown.