In daily life, most of us use the Internet in quite common ways: social networking, reading newspapers, banking, shopping, etc. However, the Internet is not just something that we can access. equal to Google, Bing, Chrome or Edge. But there is also one of those parts that lie in the shadows called the shadow web.
What is Shadow Web?
Others have said that the shadow web is essentially a scam page in the dark web, promising access to different rooms or “Red Rooms” in exchange for cryptocurrency. There’s even an alleged Shadow Web Portal, which gives users access to the shadow web—if they pay a $200 fee upfront.
So basically, there is no specific information about the shadow web or even if it is real or not.
What is Mariana Web?
Some say it’s simply a myth created by internet jokes. However, there are also those who claim that the Mariana web is real and also say that it contains content and web pages that cannot be found anywhere else on the internet. According to one conspiracy theory, some have said that Mariana’s web is a place where governments hide top secret documents, such as those referring to Vatican secrets. But this, of course, remains unproven.
Dark web and deep web enthusiasts consider the Mariana web to be virtually inaccessible. The reason is said to be because a complex algorithm is required to access the Mariana web and you need to use a quantum computer.
There are many rumors surrounding the so-called Mariana web, including humorous rumors that it is operated by a complex AI system. However, for now, the existence of the Mariana web is still a topic of discussion.
How secure are these web tiers?
Some people may want to try the deeper layers of the internet and see what kind of content it has. But how dangerous is the dark web or shadow web? It depends on how deep you want to go.
Much of the deep web (the next layer of the surface web) is completely secure, as it’s just the unindexed webs of the internet, such as banking and newspaper portals.
However, when you’re on the dark web, it’s important to be mindful of what you’re trying to see, as hackers can easily gain access to your private information if you click on anything that doesn’t work. without thinking carefully.
In fact, if someone gets access to your sensitive data through phishing, spyware, or otherwise, it’s fairly easy to put this data on the dark web to find a buyer. Buyers can then do what they want with your information.
However, it’s important to remember that the dark web is not illegal, but illegal activity still takes place on it. So, if you are aware of the risks yourself, accessing these layers of the Internet should be safe. Furthermore, accessing the dark web requires the use of strong encryption, which can also be illegal depending on the laws of your area.
As for the shadow web and the Mariana web, there’s really no telling how secure they are, as their existence is still a matter of debate. But I advise you to stay awake and make an informed decision before you want to access the dark web.
It’s really impossible to know how deep the deep web is
Although we can all think and learn about the internet, it is difficult to determine how many “layers” the internet really has, because it is so vast that it is unthinkable. Even most dark web enthusiasts aren’t sure exactly how deep it is.