Internet Is A Safe Haven For Criminals Essay

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Would you believe me if I said that ninety-nine percent of the internet is not accessible to the average web surfer via your standard networks and search engines? The internet is like the ocean, there is more than meets the eye and houses many deep dark back door servers and markets that never reach the surface. Some may not be informed of this part of the internet and question its existence, but the deep and dark webs exist and are hidden for a reason. Parts of the deep web were created for good intentions, and some parts of the deep web give users access to information that can be useful, but the negative aspects that have come from the deep web outweigh the positive aspects, it is shown that the deep web is home to dangerous activity unseen by the naked eye and has become a safe haven for criminals.
First a run-down of the internet, the internet is made up of millions of computers all over the world that are digitally connected to each other by cable, fibre or wireless links, in short it is a bunch of networks communicating with one another. You can use the internet to browse websites, communicate with people, download pictures and videos, listen to music or do lots of other amazing things. Every single one of those computers has what is called an IP address, the IP address is the unique set of numbers separated by periods, for example 170.65.240.9, this number set identifies every device connected to the Internet. This IP address is not only for desktop home computers,
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