Back in early 2018, I wrote the post DuckDuckGo is not a Dark Web Search Engine in order to shed some light on this subject. It seems that there’s still a lot of confusion over this, unfortunately.
As I’ve mentioned several times here before, I’m a fan of certain horror YouTubers, including Nexpo. Nexpo’s latest video (done in conjunction with SomeOrdinaryGamers) concerns a woman named Padma G McCord, who seems to have thousands (or perhaps even millions) of websites all across the internet with little to no obvious purpose.
A Reddit user I was talking to recently said that he had found a bitcoin mixer by using the Grams search engine and that the mixer appeared to have scammed him. To my knowledge, the real Grams closed down on December 9, 2017: Grams (search) – Wikipedia. Knowing how many clone sites and scam sites […]
Unbeknownst to me up until today, there are even more Tor search engines which can help you wade through the “ominous” dark web. Granted, these vary in quality quite a bit. Some haven’t indexed as many links, while others don’t seem to return relevant results (which probably has a lot to do with their search […]
I hear people tossing around the idea that DuckDuckGo is a “dark web search engine” a lot on some of the sites that I write for, so I think this needs clarification. While it is a great clearnet search engine that doesn’t track you (and thus respects your privacy), it isn’t a Tor search engine, […]