Darknet, also known as Dark Net or Dark Web, is a hidden part of the Internet, which can only be accessed using special software.
Let's mention once again that many people are confusing Darknet with DeepWeb or Deep Web, but that's not the case. Dark net is part of DeepWeb and consists of approximately 400.000 hidden websites.
Darknet can be approached in a variety of ways, but most users use Tor, a sophisticated anonymous technology, developed by the US Navy Research Laboratory in the mid-90.
At iGuRu.gr we have reported the Dark Net countless times as they use cyber criminals to cover traces of their illegal activities.
Let's mention once again that in Dark net you can find that an illegal product does not exist on the market, from weapons and drugs to child pornography material and cyber-war tools.
On DeepWeb, on the other hand, there are many other Internet users who use it to freely express their political opinions, government abuses, and to exchange information in a safe and anonymous way.
The following infographic was created by BatBlue and it seems to be an effort of the company to introduce users to the basic principles of Dark Net, showing them how they can access it without losing their anonymity.
If you are a beginner in safety, you should read the infographic as it is a very good approach to the subject, listing a great deal of detail in a picture.
See Infographic below (Click to enlarge)