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The Dark Web contains world wide web resources not indexed by search engines such as Google. Those resources are commonly only accessed via the use of computers and mobile devices running specialized software. Many times, the resources contain information or offer items that are criminal in nature. These sites are accessed using tools like Tor Browser, using digital cryptocurrency such as Bitcoin for monetary transactions. This class will introduce the attendee to how the Dark Web works, How Tor Browser can be downloaded and utilized to access these sites, and how Bitcoin is used to pay for the services offered by these resources, as well as discussing artifacts created on computers and mobile devices using these resources

– What is the Darkweb
– How are Darkweb sites accessed
– Common Darkweb sites

– How does the Tor Browser work
– Tor Hidden services
– What artifacts will Tor Browser leave on computers and mobile devices

– What is Bitcoin
– Why is it used for transactions on the Darkweb


During the webinar, instruction will be given on how to download a copy of the instructor’s PowerPoint as well as additional resource materials pertaining to the topic.



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