To understand the dark web, we must narrow down to the broader Internet. The Internet is defined as a global network of interconnected devices. It can be divided into three main categories: the surface network, the deep network, and the dark network.
What is the Dark Web?
The surface network is part of the Internet that most people use every day; its content is indexed by search engines such as Baidu Search, Google Search, Bing and DuckDuckGo. The deep web contains sensitive information about people and organizations, such as email addresses, phone numbers, etc. This information is not indexed and therefore not accessible through search engines.
On the other hand, the dark web is a network of anonymous websites and forums hidden in the deep web. To access the dark web, you need specialized software.
What is dark web surveillance?
Various threats and hazards of the dark web
Dark web surveillance is the process of searching these hard-to-find anonymous sites on the deep web for compromised personal or business credentials such as email addresses, bank account details, credit card numbers, etc. The entire process is usually automated.
Do you need dark web surveillance?
How do dark web monitoring tools work? What professional tools and services can BROCENT provide for you?
BROCENT can provide Grafana monitoring, it is a cross-platform open source metric analysis and visual monitoring tool, you can query the collected data and then visualize the display and timely notification, the version after 4.3 has supported MySQL data source, so readers can use Grafana to visualize while configuring email alerts
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