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Dark Web Surfing: Mistakes to Avoid The reason why it’s called a dark web or dark net is because there are some things done in there that are supposed to be done without anyone knowing. Yes, there is no argument when it comes to the fact that the dark net community is a breeding ground for some illegal activities, but it also is an open secret that millions of internet users find it very helpful to them, no matter what their purpose of using it. Because there always is a possibility that you will be caught red-handed while using the deep web, it makes perfect sense to learn what the common mistakes are and in the process figuring out how to avoid making them. But before we begin talking about those mistakes you must avoid at all costs, first is you need to understand that law enforcement agencies dedicated to cracking down illegal activities over the web don’t really have a concrete or effective way of finding darknet sites since those websites use very sophisticated software to remain anonymous. However, you do have to be reminded that it’s not a complete confidence booster because if you make silly mistakes like talking about your experience in the dark web and leaving your details in the process in social media sites and forums, you just might have given authorities a lead on how to pursue you.
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Another mistake you likely are going to make is posting photos and leaving metadata in them. Authorities can get enough information from them to work on a case against you using the dark net.
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Furthermore, not all users realize that even though darknet markets are generally secure, they still can get trapped once they alternate using surface websites. One of those ways is when you’re using software like VPN but you totally forgot hiding your identity by entering your real address on Google Map. In doing so, you effectively sent Google information that can be used by authorities to trace your location. Meanwhile, shopping for any kind of product via the dark web and using bitcoins in the process could also lead to revealing your identity. If you don’t know it yet, transactions like purchases that specifically use bitcoins are now considered as part of public records. This means that the government can access it all the time to find out more about the parties involved in that transaction. Finally and maybe the silliest mistake you probably are going to make while surfing the dark web is trusting everyone you correspond to, especially when it comes to making a purchase or revealing your personal information. Don’t get us wrong because we’re not saying every person you meet online has bad intentions; it’s just that you never can fully trust someone you never met personally. So the best thing you can do is build some kind of rapport first and learn as much as you can before you make any commitment to either buying something or revealing your information.

Donna Mitchell