The information we read and see every day accounts for only 3% of the data of the Internet and is easy to exploit through search engines like Google, the rest is DeepWeb. DeepWeb is a website whose content is hidden and not listed directly on the Internet. DeepWeb can be considered the underworld of the Internet world they know. Of course, you won’t be able to access the deepweb in the usual way. The following article will guide how to access deepweb with the Tor Browser.
How to access deepweb with Tor Browser
You can refer to the article How to install the Tor Browser If you still don’t know how to install the Tor Browser
Step 1: You can start the Tor Browser with an icon or in an external browser settings folder on the Desktop
Step 2: After the boot process is completed, a dialog box appears with 2 cases.
– If your network is unrestricted and using Tor is not blocked, blocked or managed, you can directly select Connect to access the deepweb with Tor Browser.
– If your network is restricted, the use of Tor is blocked, then click Configure to establish a bridge for the Tor Browser
Step 3: You choose Yes and click next to continue
Step 4: You set the default and click next
Step 5: Here you will be asked if you want to use an internal proxy to access it. This article will choose to be No (no).
In case you want, you can check the regular browser settings and copy over proxy settings. (In Firefox you can find these settings in Options => Advanced => Tab Network under Connection Settings. In other browsers, you can find this information under Internet Options. You can also use this. Use the Help feature inside your browser for further assistance.
Step 6: The system starts connecting to the Tor Browser
Step 7: The interface of the Tor Browser
Above is how to access deepweb with the Tor Browser. Hopefully, through this article you can master the Tor Browser setup to access DeepWeb and learn about it. Good luck.