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GnashRebel
Ole Miss Fan
Member since May 2015
4201 posts

re: Anyone here browse the deep web?
Interestingly this thread was done a while back. Let me see if I can find it. Might have valuable info and humor.


dmjones
Atlanta Braves Fan
Acworth, GA
Member since Mar 2016
2303 posts

re: Anyone here browse the deep web?
Those who go to the deep web don't talk about the deep web.


GeauxTigerNation
New Orleans Saints Fan
Member since 1988
Member since Nov 2013
2810 posts

re: Anyone here browse the deep web?
You may have it confused with the dark web. Once you go in...coming out is impossible.....


dmjones
Atlanta Braves Fan
Acworth, GA
Member since Mar 2016
2303 posts

re: Anyone here browse the deep web?
deep. dark. It's whatever.

I was just kind of trying to make a fight club reference.


GeauxTigerNation
New Orleans Saints Fan
Member since 1988
Member since Nov 2013
2810 posts

re: Anyone here browse the deep web?
I know

But I've always associated the dark web with drug trafficking , snuff films, and worse. Luckily never come across them as they might be a myth.


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Kentucker
Kentucky Fan
Lexington
Member since Apr 2013
9652 posts

re: Anyone here browse the deep web?
I don't go to the deep, dark web for the same reason I don't swim in the ocean. There are scary species in both settings with which I am completely unfamiliar. I don't do well when I'm not armed with knowledge. Given my disinterest in gaining knowledge about the deep, dark web it's best I stay away.


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Numberwang
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Member since Feb 2012
6355 posts

re: Anyone here browse the deep web?
Deep Web sounds boring if that's what's on it.


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cardboardboxer
New Orleans Saints Fan
Member since Apr 2012
26573 posts

re: Anyone here browse the deep web?
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Really interesting article I saw about how bitcoins could easily be a world currency. Cool stuff.



That was the dream but the Chinese that control Bitcoin are going to ruin that dream. They refuse to adjust the blockchain size and now transactions take a crazy long time to go through. People won't tolerate that, so now most people who are serious about Bitcoin more admit its a store of value (think gold) rather than a primary transaction network.

I think the cryptocurrency that has the best chance to be a major transaction network for everyday transactions is Ethereum. If the Ethereum developers can really pull of the transaction times they are promising with their proof of stake implementation then they will have claim to the first cryptocurrency that COULD scale to a point where Visa doesn't own 1% of all transactions. I am mining Ethereum right now myself to hoard some in case those developers pull it off.


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CoolHand
USA Fan
Member since Dec 2011
1740 posts

re: Anyone here browse the deep web?
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Interestingly this thread was done a while back.


I think the original large thread from a few years back got whacked. It was one of the more interesting ones I've read on here.

ETA: Realized I'm on the rant OT. The thread was in the other OT.
This post was edited on 1/12 at 7:53 am


DarthRebel
Ole Miss Fan
Member since Feb 2013
3222 posts

re: Anyone here browse the deep web?
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three different IPs to protect myself

Do not know what you are going with that statement. Are you talking about going through Tor?

I always wondered, would visiting via a Virtual Machine be a safer bet? You can spin those up for pretty cheap in AWS or Azure and pay be the hour, but I guess it depends on what you want to do?


SLC
Arkansas Fan
Hiwasse, AR
Member since Oct 2007
15510 posts

re: Anyone here browse the deep web?
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The thread was in the other OT.


This. I thought that thread was pulled though.


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Papplesbeast
Missouri Fan
Riot city
Member since Dec 2014
101 posts

re: Anyone here browse the deep web?
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Do not know what you are going with that statement. Are you talking about going through Tor?

I always wondered, would visiting via a Virtual Machine be a safer bet? You can spin those up for pretty cheap in AWS or Azure and pay be the hour, but I guess it depends on what you want to do?

Why run a cloud-based VM? Just run one at home. VirtualBox, VMWare Player, and most Linux distributions are free.


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