Which countries are most likely to visit the dark web?
The dark web is a corner of the internet that many of us know little about or perhaps have even heard of. Yet, this hidden part of the internet enables users to access another world of the web. So, where around the world is the most intrigued by this hidden web world?
Using Google search volume data, we’ve looked at the average monthly searches for the terms ‘dark web’ and ‘how to access the dark web?’ to see which countries’ populations are the most interested in it. The world map shows the average monthly searches in each country in English.
When it comes to taking a closer look at the cities most interested in the dark web, we’ve taken the most populated cities in the UK, EU, and the US and used Google Keyword Planner to look at the average monthly search volume for the combined search terms.
So, which cities come out on top?
To access the dark web, there are a number of browsers that people turn to to hide their details. Find out the most searched-for dark web browsers below.
Illegal data is often sold on the dark web including hacked passwords and personal details. So it’s important that when using the internet that you protect your personal data at all times. Take a look at our tips below to stay safe online.
1. When making online payments, check the website is safe. Secure sites start with ‘https’ which means they have an SSL certificate. Look out for the padlock symbol in the search bar before you make a purchase.
2. Ensure your virus software is up-to-date. If you don’t have adequate antivirus software, your details could be hacked without you realising.
3. Don’t overshare. Keep your passwords varied, using a range of characters in upper and lowercase, and include symbols. This makes your password stronger and less likely to be hacked.
4. Don’t click on a link or open an attachment from anyone you don’t trust, whether that’s in an email, text, or on a website
5. Reduce the amount of personal information you share online. This could include your birthday, a pet’s name, or your address, as these details could be used for fraud.
From：On DarkNet – Dark Web News and Analysis
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