Discover the definition of the term Dark Net presented by Les Assises de la Cybersécurité.


The Dark Net is a parallel network to the everyday web (known as the "clear" web), which represents an overlay of the latter and can only be accessed via specific tools (the Tor browser, for example). Although Tor is the best-known Dark Net, there are others, such as I2P and Freenet. Their primary objective is often to guarantee the anonymity of their users (and not necessarily to support illegal traffic, which is only part of the activities taking place on the Dark Web).

If you're not going to visit the Dark Web, it's because you don't have Tor.

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