Hidden Search Engine (Deep web & Dark web)- part 1

Deepweb search engine
What is Deep Web Search Engine?
Deep Web is the data that is not indexed by a standard search engine like Google or Yahoo. The Deep Web refers to all web pages that search engines cannot find, such as user databases, web forums required for registration, webmail pages and pay wall pages. Then there’s the Dark Web or the Dark Net–a special part of the Deep Web hidden.
The Deep Web and the Dark Web are the fascinating subjects for the Netizens. However, when you hear the term ‘ Deep Web’ or’ Dark Web,’ you usually classify it into one. If yes, you’re mistaken.
What is DARK WEB Search Engine?
Dark Web is where you can operate without tracking, keeping you completely anonymous. The Dark Web is much smaller than the Deep Web and consists of all sorts of websites selling drugs, weapons, and even hiring murderers. These are hidden networks that prevent their presence on the surface web and their URLs are tailored to.onion.
These [website name].onion domains are not indexed by regular search engines, so you can only access Dark Web with special software-called the TOR. TOR is free, and downloadable by anyone.
Many of us heard about the Dark Web when the largest underground online marketplace on the Silk Road was dismantled after an investigation by the federal authorities in the United States. But what if you can still dig in your regular browsers the Darknet content without the need for TOR?
Top 10 Deep Web Search Engines of 2020
Not Evil
Wayback machine
Google Scholar
Start Page

1. Yippy 


Yippy actually a meta search engine (it gets its results by using other web indexes), I’ve included Yippy here because it has a place with a device entry for a web client, e.g. email, games, videos and so on.

2. Pipl 


Pipl operates by extracting files from the searchable database. It tries to obtain information about searching queries from personal profiles and directories that can be very sensitive. Pipl is able to penetrate deeply and obtain the information the user is looking for. They use advanced ranking algorithms and linguistic analysis to get your keyword results closest.

3. Fazzle 


It is a meta web index engine that is accessible in English, French and Netherlands. It is designed to deliver rapid results. The query items include pictures, documents, video, audio, shopping, whitepaper, etc.

4. Not Evil 

Not evil
The search engines not for profit’ not Evil’ completely survive on contribution and it seems to receive a fair share of support. Highly reliable in search results, this SE has a highly competitive functionality in the TOR network.

5. MyLife 


Mylife engine can provide you with information about a person, personal information and profiles, age, occupation, residence, contact details, etc. It also includes photos and other relevant history of the last trip person and other surveys if carried out. Moreover, you can rate people based on the profile and information.

6. Wayback machine 

wayback machine

This engine gives you tremendous access to the URL. It’s the front end of the Open Web Pages Internet archive. The Internet Archive enables the public to post their digital documents to its data cluster. The majority of the data is automatically collected by web crawlers on Wayback machines. This is primarily aimed at preserving public web information.

7. SurfWax 


SurfWax is a search engine based on the subscription. Apart from contemporary search habits, it has a number of features. According to the website, the name SurfWax came about because “On waves, surf wax helps surfers grip their surfboards; for web surfing, SurfWax helps you get the best grip on information— providing the “best use “of relevant search results.”

8. Google Scholar 

Google Scholar

Google Scholar scans for a wide range of academic literature, another Google search engine, but quite different from its primary engine. The results of the search come from university repositories, online journals and other web sources.

9. DuckDuckGo


This search engine, unlike Google, does not track your activities, which is the first thing to do. This has a clean user interface and it’s simple and yes, it can search the Internet in depth.

10. Start Page 

start page

The Startpage was published in 2009. This name has been chosen to make spelling and remembering easier for people. Both Startpage.com and Ixquick.com are the same and run by a single firm. It’s a private search engine and it provides the same protection.SEE ALSO:Chrome 75 Released with 42 safety corrections and new features

This is one of the best search engines to disguise privacy. Unlike popular search engines, Startpage.com does not keep your IP secret and your search history.

How to browse and search the Deep Web without TOR Browser?

Deep Web Search Engines is incredibly powerful than Google, but they cannot scan and index the vast amount of data that is not hyperlinked or accessed via public DNS.

However, Deep Web Search Engines scroll through the TOR network and bring the same results to your regular browser.

Some of these Dark Web Search Engines are:

  1. Onion. City
  2. Onion.to
  3. Not Evil
  4. Memex Deep Web Search Engine

Here are some Deep Web Search Engines:

Deep Web Research Tools ‘ WWW Virtual Library Collection

  • Surfwax
  • IceRocket
  • Stumpedia
  • Freebase
  • TechDeepWeb

Why isn’t Google’s deep web search available?

Google does not provide deep web content primarily because this content is not indexed in regular search engines. These search engines therefore do not show results or scroll to a document or file that is not indexed on the worldwide website.

The content is supported by HTML forms. Regular search engines are scrolling and searches are based on interconnected servers. Interconnected servers mean that you interact regularly with the source, but this does not happen when it comes to the dark web. All is behind the veil and is hidden internally in the Tor network, guaranteeing security and privacy. Only 4% of Internet content is accessible to the general public and the remaining 96% is hidden behind the deep web.

Now, the reason that Google does not collect these data or why profound web content is not indexed is not a secret. These companies are primarily illegal or bad for society as a whole. The content can be porn, drugs, arms, military information, hacking tools and so on. Robots Exclusion The robot.txt we normally use is to tell the website which of the files it is supposed to record and register. Now we have a terminology called “exclusion files for robots.”

Web administrators will tweak the setup so that certain pages do not appear for indexing and remain hidden when searching for the scanners. Let’s look at some of the screwdrivers in the internet.

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