When most us use the internet to search for something we naturally use Google’s search engine. What if Google doesn’t give us what we want ?
The amount of information Google can provide is surely immense but it’s not everything out there.It is estimated that people only use about 2 % of the internet. This means that every time you use Google you might miss about 98% of the information that you might use. Google does not have access to all content on the internet that is not yet indexed.
When you send a request for information on ‘networks’, it gives you links to on articles on networks. These articles are arranged on Google according to reliability, citation, number of reads among other factors.
But Google is only able to provide you those articles about networks that are indexed. Google only has access to these indexed files on the web.
What about all the other millions of files about networks that are not indexed ? Those files are found in what we call The Deep Web.
To access the deep web you have to use other search platforms to find information. All you have to do is do some good digging to find these platforms. If you are a scholar, you can ask fellow scholars for some of these platforms or even Google about them .
Some people who are familiar with the deep web sometimes write articles about sites in the dark web. Using the surface web to look for these posts can help you obtain the urls of some deep web sites.You can obtain access to multiple databases and academic journals that you would not normally find on surface of the web.
Some websites, for various reasons, can only be accessed through the use of special browsers such as TOR. Downloading the necessary tools to use them will allow you to access these websites in the deep web.These tools are often offered for free.