The Dark Web is a small and secretive part of the regular web that’s become a haven for drug markets, paedophiles and sex traffickers.
It’s dark because it uses encryption to hide the locations of everything on it from everything else.
The material on Caged is sexually oriented and/or explicit and is related to material of a sexual nature.
The images and content on this site involve role-playing by consenting adults and solely to be viewed by adults interested in bondage, jail and sex fantasies.
Users are anonymous and protected by a raft of privacy features baked directly into the Tor browser, which is the browser used to access it.
That leaves law enforcement not knowing where the websites are, who owns them, who uses them or who to arrest. The reality is that while it’s hard to see in the dark, it’s not impossible to find things and over the last few years plenty of people who thought that Tor was a cloak of invisibility have come a cropper.
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Since the Internet has become the go-to source for entertainment, socializing, news, information, and more, we rarely think about how it actually works.
But the essential sites you visit every day or find through search engines such as Google and Yahoo are actually only a fraction of the total Web.
Running P2P protocols within Tor requires Onion Cat.
Therefore, see the Onion Cat section for those P2P services. However, if you do, the right thing must also be done by giving back the bandwidth used.