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The deep web is vast, and it can be impossible to find information there without help. Using InfoTracer’s powerful search engine, you can see data from the deep web by entering someone’s name and state.
Statistics show that more than 90% of all websites on the internet are located on the deep web. Therefore, the deep web contains a wealth of information about everyone. Some of the details you can find in an InfoTracer deep web scan include:
The deep web is part of the internet that is not visible or indexed by search engines. The public layer of the internet is called the “surface web” because it is the top layer that is indexed by search engines and found by users. The deep web is also called the “hidden web” and is like a gated community where only people with the proper credentials can access their own web pages and content. A lot of the deep web was designed with privacy in mind, never to be accessed by anyone other than the owner. A lot of public records reside on the deep web.
Many people confuse the deep web and the dark web, but they are different. The deep web is a layer of the internet that is not indexed by search engines, but you can still access parts of it by logging into your own accounts. For example, services like Netflix, Amazon, and other retailers store their customer account pages on the deep web. When you enter a username and password, you can log in and access private areas of websites you use.
The dark web is a layer of the internet that is not indexed by standard search engines like Google, Bing, and Yahoo, and you cannot access those pages without using the Tor (the onion router) web browser. Dark web sites are a part of the deep web hosted on smaller networks and nodes where the primary goal is privacy. This is where most online criminal activity takes place. The dark web is also used by activists, whistleblowers, and political movements that want to operate privately. The dark web is known for black markets where illegal activities occur every day. Hackers use the dark web to sell and trade malware, phishing kits, and information stolen in data breaches. Law enforcement monitors the dark web carefully looking for criminals selling illegal drugs, weapons, child pornography, and other forbidden items.
InfoTracer is not a consumer reporting agency under the Fair Credit Reporting Agency (FCRA) and does not provide FCRA compliant consumer reports. InfoTracer does not permit the use of information obtained from their service for use in discriminating against any consumer or for the purposes of determining a consumer's eligibility for personal credit, insurance, employment, housing, licenses, or benefits. It also does not permit the use of gathered information for any purpose related to a consumer's economic or financial standing or status.
A deep web search accesses those hidden layers of the internet and reveals information that is otherwise impossible to find. InfoTracer’s deep web search is fast and powerful.
Some information revealed with a deep web scan may include:
InfoTracer collects publicly available information and is not a consumer reporting agency. Our deep web search information cannot be used to determine eligibility for employment, tenant screening, credit, or insurance purposes.
Yes. The deep web is completely safe and should not be confused with the dark web. However, if you want to visit the dark web, you must download and use the Tor browser, and you should be careful who you interact with while there.
You can access your own information on the deep web by logging into your bank accounts, web services, and other merchant areas of a website. However, if you want public information on other people from the deep web, you should use an InfoTracer search.
The best way to find information from the deep web and public records is an InfoTracer search that may reveal social media information, criminal records, assets, court records, and much more.