“I want to go to the dark web,” a friend said the other day. “Do you ask what the problem is? Isn’t it just another way to browse the internet?” No, it’s not! Browsing on the dark web is the same as browsing the web, whether you’re using a computer, laptop, or iPhone on your smartphone.
The reason I’m telling you this is because I think you’re not too excited and you can go and look for yourself and see what happens and what you shouldn’t do. The internet is a very large area and there are plenty of free resources available, but most of the time you need some payment method before you can access the information you are looking for. Do you want to know only what you can find on someone else’s cell phone (that is, your address and contact information), or what predators are looking at about women using public Wi-Fi? Does not matter.
You also need to know that anyone with a malicious configuration can access the dark web. Recall the old CIA spy movie where James Bond goes to a foreign capital, flies, and flies around the area in search of people he suspects. Well, in the real world, this kind of thing is possible thanks to the worldwide spread of the Internet. And given today’s public Wi-Fi situation, it’s not hard to imagine that someone with the right Wi-Fi connection could easily access the dark web on a plane. Even if they don’t, they will only know that they can access the web whenever they want.
The problem is that I really don’t know if these things are true. For example, over the years, there have been many allegations that Chinese hackers have hacked into government networks and state secrets. However, these claims were not supported by solid evidence only by many theories. You need to think about this … can I access the dark web link on my phone? If possible, the answer is yes. Unless you plan to do something illegal with your smartphone. You cannot download anything from free web hosting sites. You will experience serious legal problems. Instead of free web content, just browse the internet using a trusted Wi-Fi hotspot in a bright place.