The reputation of the Dark Web perhaps exceeds its reality. Many think of it as a place where criminals operate. If used by security teams, however, the Dark Web can be ripe with threat intelligence just set for the picking.
Just a note: In this article, Dark Web refers to any collection of computers that create an internet which requires specific software, configuration, or authorization to access. For example Tor, Riffle, FreeNet, anoNet, and ZeroNet.
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