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re: Should browsers still allow users to disable JavaScript? VIEW POST

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Yes they should, probably not browsers like Google chrome but browsers like Tor should definitely keep this feature for security reasons. Believe it or not the dark web is mostly just HTML and CSS with super minimal JavaScript.

 

Sounds like sites on the dark web are written by people who know what they're doing.

 

Cool! How does one access the dark web, by the way? Through Tor?

 

It's not a separate web, it's just websites that ain't on google.

Yeah your totally right, but some websites on the 'dark web' can be used to track you. In fact, that's why everyone using Tor never go fullscreen since they can potentially find out what device one is using. Since dark web websites get minimal traffic, it's easy to map out the regular users if their screen sizes stayed consistent.

 

Kinda, Tor is just the 'first step'. Since there is no Google alternative for the dark web (which is one of the reasons why it is 'the dark web') you will need to find out the links yourself. I heavily recommend using a VPN as well as the tiles OS (made for Tor) on a virtual machine. BTW The 'hidden' wiki is not close to the real dark web.

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