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How to Access the Deep Web The deep web is a huge part of the internet. It includes password-protected emails, private social media posts and other information that search engines cannot access. The surface web, on the other hand, is a collection of publicly accessible websites and services. These include news and informational websites, e-commerce sites, streaming platforms, and video-hosting services. Most of these pages are not indexed by search engines, so they will never appear in search results. That means you will have to find them by searching the web manually or using a dedicated search engine. There are many types of pages that fall into this category, including your Gmail inbox, pages for your bank account and settings on social media, and even your company's servers. The only way to get to these pages is to know their URL or click on a link that takes you there. You can access these pages on public Wi-Fi networks, although you should always use a virtual private network (VPN) to encrypt your traffic. It will help keep your personal information secure and prevent hackers, governments, and your ISP from eavesdropping on your online activities. If you're interested in a more hands-on approach to your privacy, you can download Tor browser software. The Tor network was originally developed as a way for people to communicate in countries that didn't allow free speech or where eavesdropping is illegal. It still serves that purpose today, as well as helping law-abiding citizens to protect their privacy and anonymity.

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