Refresher: Still No Deep Web Levels

Those of you who read this blog regularly are probably familiar with the concept of the “deep web levels,” which I’ve said don’t exist – on more than one occasion. Someone asked me about it today, however, so here’s your “deep web primer.” The person who created the infamous deep web levels picture was just […]

How to Access I2P on Linux!

Someone asked me this morning if I had written any posts about I2P, and I have, but not that many. Therefore, let’s discuss accessing I2P on Linux. Depending on which Linux distro you have, this can vary. For most Linux distros, this is the one that you would use: As it says in the instructions, […]

Do Not Ban Me From The Internet, OK?

I happened to be reading Pirates Could Be Banned From The Internet If Music Industry Wins This Lawsuit on Fossbytes this morning, and that really sounds like a scary prospect. Thankfully, I’m not really one of the people that they’re targeting, although I do sometimes listen to music on YouTube. Does that make me a pirate? Think […]

“Secret” Dark Web Links?

People often ask me if there are “secret” or “hidden” dark web links that aren’t available on the public link lists. In fact, someone did so yesterday, which was what prompted this post. To be honest, I think this is one of the many myths about the dark web; people explore the few links that […]