・Meet the Man Who Finds Your Stolen Passwords | Popular Mechanics
Everyone can see most of the internet, Holden says, but only some people can find the rest, the so-called Deep Web that’s not searchable by Google. The Deep Web is hundreds, perhaps thousands, of times larger. Much of it is benign—private company sites and such. “And then there is the black part of the Internet,” says Holden—the Dark Web, or Darknet. He enters it on a browser that makes him anonymous and untraceable.
“I’m gonna show you a hacker forum from the inside out,” he says, scooting in his chair. He calls up a discussion board, types in two passwords, and gains administrator status, meaning he can move godlike through the forum and read private conversations. […]