In Too Deep: The Dark Web and Its Denizens

The Internet is a strange and unknown place — and much of it lies far beyond the scope of normal users. The so-called dark web is one such digital wilderness. Almost anything can be found for sale there, from guns to drugs to hackers-for-rent. The dark web’s existence raises a whole host of risk issues. The most pressing are on the national-security front, as governments battle cyber attacks possibly launched from the dark web’s depths. Dee Smith helps you make sense of it all with this disturbing analysis.

If you are like most people, what you access on the web is merely one layer on the surface of what is really out there. What you can reach with an ordinary commercial web browser is less than 20 percent of the …

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