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The deep web is a term that refers to webpages and sites that are not indexed by any traditional search engine algorithm like Google, Yahoo, or Bing, and are unavailable to the general public. Deep web content may contain private information such as online banking data, email, personal social media pages, profile data, and protected information that users must pay for via subscription or log into private websites to access. URLs for deep web pages are not necessarily hidden but typically require logins or secure access.
Therefore, the remaining one to four percent is the surface web we all use. The deep web is frequently mistakenly associated with the dark web - the internet boogeyman -, but the two are not the same. The difference is that the dark web is just a shady part of the WWW's deep web, mostly lurking with hidden niches, illicit goods, illegal activities, and dangerous marketplaces. The darknet is used by criminals to coordinate cybersecurity attacks, deal phishing kits, and malware. Popular deep web search engines in the United States include Duck Duck Go, Torch, Tor Links, Uncensored Hidden Wiki, and notEvil.
By running a deep search on the invisible web, people can find out all the deep web resources where their personal data is published outside the clear web search engines indexing or regular search engines like Google search. For instance, a deep web lookup conducted via the Infotracer search page gives access to a powerful online report that features information like personal data breaches, leaked or hacked personal records, social media accounts, online activity, address history, phone numbers, and more.
A Deep Web Search report is a comprehensive instant information report resulted from a Dark Web Scan that includes hidden social & internet profiles, secret online activity, unseen images & videos, leaked, phished, hacked, stolen or breached personal and background records, and much more.
Infotracer's Deep Web Search tool may uncover a treasure trove of information including concealed internet activity and different user profiles, deleted or hidden photos and videos, unindexed public records information such as criminal history and arrests, financial records and assets, and more. (Read more on: Deep Web vs. Dark Web).
Almost all Deep Web Search reports include complete personal and contact information, full online and social media activity, any discovered related data breaches with full leaked or compromised records, identity and user id records, property, business, and financial data, and much more. (Find out: What Is the Deep Web)
Infotracer collects publicly available information and is not a consumer reporting agency. Our Deep Web Search reports cannot be used to determine eligibility for employment, tenant screening, credit or insurance purposes. (Learn more about: How Does The Deep Web Work)