Deep Web

What does Deepweb mean?

The content online not indexed by search engines making it difficult to access.

The majority of content on the internet resides on the deep web and can be accessed using a browser called TOR. This is also where illegal sites such as Silk Road exist.

The deepweb has also been called the invisible web or the hidden web. It contains all the information that is behind secured access or paywalls, such as protected Dropbox files or Google documents.

It also includes financial accounts behind secure logins, such as PayPal and online bank accounts. Pay-per-view Netflix shows would also be considered a part of the deepweb.