Investigating the Dark Web

The recent rise in the number of people who suspect they may be being tracked on the internet, whether by government agencies, advertisers or nefarious groups, has led to increased interest in anonymising services such as TOR.

TOR, or The Onion Router, conceals a user’s identity and network activity from others who wish to uncover information about them. It has been used by journalists and individuals working under strict regimes, and by whistleblowers and others who need to be able to disseminate information both safely and anonymously.

Of course, TOR also has its applications in the criminal world, and it is perhaps for this that it is most well known. Silk Road, one of its largest sites, found itself under press scrutiny when the FBI shut it down in October 2013…

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