Darknet, also known as Dark Net or Dark Web, is a hidden part of the Internet that can only be accessed with the appropriate specialist software, and consists of about 400,000 hidden websites.
While DakrNet can be accessed in a variety of ways, the majority of users use Tor, a state-of-the-art anonymous technology created by the US Naval Research Laboratory in the mid-nineties of 90.
During the writing of our articles, especially those relating to safety, we often observed DakrNet. Unfortunately, most of the time, we usually refer to this because cybercriminals have created a "nest" there, using its features - originally created for military reasons for protection military and spy groups - ultimately to hide themselves illegally activities by the pins of the law.
It is true that Darket is the place where a user can find plenty of illegal products, from weapons to drugs, from child pornography to executions. However, there are many internet users who simply use it to express their political ideas without censorship, to reveal some state issues under the protection of anonymity, and to exchange information in a safe and completely anonymous way (for example, journalists).
The Bat Blue infographic that you see below is The Darket Report, which introduces users to the basic principles of Dark Web, showing them how to access it properly without losing their anonymity, thus exposing information they do not know they can leak. If you are a beginner on the subject security, this report is a must-read.