Discover the definition of the term Deep Web presented by Les Assises de la Cybersécurité.


The Deep Web is information that can be accessed using a standard browser, but is not indexed by search engines, either because access is password-protected or because it is personalised for the user (search queries on a database or personal home page, for example).

Be careful not to confuse the deep web with the shallows of the web. Your browser will thank you.

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