Five Search Engines to Explore Darknet / Deep Web

Five Search Engines to Explore the Darknet / Deep Web

As a result of the many requests that I have received through the form contact after share with you how I discovered the darknet and how to access them asking me how to find specific information, I decide to write thisarticle in the what I will share with you some search engines for the Darknet.
Unlike the visible Web pages - is the Web that you can access from search engines and directories - information in the Darknet (deep Web) is simply not accessible for the software spiders and robots who create the search engines index; since these information in the deep web are the vast majority of the content available on the Web, we are potentially a part of sizeable resources.
However, this is where the engines of Search , the tools and the directory of the Deep Web come into play. There are many tools darknet of research that you can use to dive into this wealth of information, as you will see in the rest of this article.

1 - Clusty:

Clusty is a meta search engine, which means that it combines results from a variety of different sources, filtering so the duplicates and tamisesant the best content that you would not have seen otherwise among the 1st search results. 

-2 Surfwax:

SurfWax gives you the ability to retrieve the results of several search engines at the same time. You can also create a SearchSets of your own custom sets (lists) of the sources that you save and use again and again. SurfWax is a good tool to delve into the deep Web, because it retrieves information that you will not be able to find with other engines such as Google

 3. The Internet Archive:

The Internet Archive is an amazing database that gives access to movies, music, sounds, and printed documents; for example, you can watch the older versions recorded by every site on the Internet - more than 55 billion until the moment I write these lines.

4.- Scirus:

Scirus is a dedicated only search engine to search for the scientific content. until this time, the search engine Scirus has indexed more than 370 million scientific web pages, including journals, home pages dedicated to scientists, courseware, pre-print server material, patents, and much more. 

5.- is an absolutely gigantic search engine / portal that gives the scientist direct access to a wide variety of information and databases of the Government of the United States and local governments. This includes access to the library of Congress, a government agency AZ index, the Smithsonian, and much, much more.
[memo] It was the five search engines that I promised you, but wait, that's not all, I saved the best for last, yes a sixth! the Google of the Darknet. TorSearch.

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