You need TOR and The Deep Web to protect you from spammers. Here’s an infographic that can tell you why.
The online world is a realm of great possibilities and innovation but also poses so much threat, you’d be shocked why you're still using it. But you have nothing to worry because you have no important documents that you can't risk losing to ad agencies out to spy on your files, right? Just kidding.
You need all of the available file defenses you can get for free today. You need them for your Word documents, for the new manuscript you’re about to submit to Random House for evaluation and for your online photos of your cats. If there’s just a place online where you can interact with people without sacrificing security. Well, to spoil your bubble, there actually is. And it’s called the Deep Web.
The Deep Web is the major part of the online world from where Julian Assange and Edward Snowden take great refuge. This is where the Bitcoin reigns, the drug smugglers culture their profit, the marauding seeds of pornographers take root. But it’s also a healthy place for security nerds. This infographic will tell you more about this Deep Web you should know about.