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 […]

Red Room Follow-Up Part III

One of my most popular posts of all time is Red Room Follow Up Part II, and since it’s almost Halloween, I figured it was time for another sequel! In that post, I explained, in theory, how you could set up your own red room (provided that there weren’t too many hurdles to overcome). Still, I’m […]

Requesting Onion Link Suggestions!

I mentioned in my post Do We Need Another Onion Link List? that some friends of mine are in the process of compiling a new (and hopefully better) list of onion links. I’m also contributing to this list, but the research process isn’t a paid gig; I’m just doing it for fun, and to be a part […]

Firefox Focus vs. Cake Browser

Just as people have often asked me if DuckDuckGo is a dark web search engine (which it isn’t), I’ve also been asked if Firefox Focus can “access the dark web.” Technically, if you’re using a proxy, any browser can access the so-called dark web, but let’s not get into that. Firefox Focus is merely a […]