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What is Deep Web

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Today in this post we will be telling you the different layers of the internet and give you an overview of it. So let’s get started…

LEVEL 0 – COMMON WEB

I think there is no need of discussing level 0 because the internet we use on our regular basis is completely categorized under Level 0.

LEVEL 1 – SURFACE WEB

The surface web deals with the sites which have large niche groups of people dealing with broad topics and inflated user basis. Such places are large non Web 2.0 sites or lack social networking on a titanic scale.

Information gathering here is all very basic and will mostly lead to small niche group in the Bergin Web Level. People here will likely be unreliable, or will outright refuse of giving information.

Some of the IoT fall under Level 1:-

– Reddit 

– Digg

– Temp E-Mail Service

– Newsround

– Vampire Freaks

– Foreign Social Network

– Amazon Turk

– Web Hosting

– MySQL Database

– College Campuses

– Funnyjunk

– Ebaums

LEVEL 2 – BERGIE WEB

Basically, here is where you will get most of your connection to the deep web. Most * changes will provide information as to what might be inside the deep web or infographic representation of the deep web architecture. Also, there will be tutorials to access TOR network. Although, you will start understanding the deep web. TOR can be a useful tool: however, it is not your greatest option.

Person-to-Person data network such as torrenting network, (torrent damage, IsoHunt… etc.) especially if they invite only, should be included in Bergie Web. Bitcoin Mining as a subculture will be included in the lower part of this level. In the underground data transfer network, this currency is invaluable in gaining access to normally restricted or privileged information or leads.

Some of the IoT fall under Level 2:-

– 4chans

– *Chan

– free hive

– leden

– Let me watch this

– Streams Video

– Jailbait Cams Sites

– Hellbound

– Hackthissite

– Blackhat World

– FTP server

– Loaded Web Server

– 99% of the Internet ( The internet most used)

 

LEVEL 3 – Deep Web

This the peak of the deep web Most of the people here will know what the deeper part of the deep web actually includes. They will be able to provide information to normally unknown and hidden services that the average person would mistake, dismiss. or intentionally avoid. 

Most of this level will provide you with information about programming and the hacking culture, as that is who most frequent: the depth of the web. Deeper levels will include more strictly illegal data. This is because it is just protected enough to be saved from common internet authorities (CIA. FBI. NSA. CERT. and USCCD). Be careful. as this area is a common turn you will make and Will require you to basically swim in a viral aquarium. Super-Viruses like Michelangelo. DaVinci, Blowfish, and Martyr are common. A strong re-enforcement of antivirus software, malware protection, and lack of personal insecurity and stupidity is expected. 

Some of the IoT fall under Level 3:-

– “On The Vanilla” Sources

– Hardcore / Heavy Jailbait

– VIP Gossip

– Gore

– Hackers

– Script Kiddies

– Virus Information

– Suicide Recording

– Computer Security

– MIT or other large institutions servers

– Super Computing

– Virtual Reality

TOR-like service required after this point. (Note that not only TOR like service will be used to access this kind of information.)

Artificial Intelligence is a powerful subject at this level of the web. Please stay mindful of what you download here. You may inadvertently piss the wrong people off in the wrong network of peoples. The information here is powerful and meant for people how are qualified.

Some of the IoT here:-

– Eliza data information

– Hacking group FTP

– Node transfer

– Post date generation

– Data Analysis

– Microsoft Secure Network

– Shell Networking

– AI Theorists

– Cosmology / MIT

– Company Secrets / Contacts

 

LEVEL 4 – CHARTER WEB

If you notice, this level of the web is entire of regular things one would consider illegal. Most of the things here come from TOR hidden service which is normally displayed as hashes URL called ONION Domain. Onion domains are easy to discover when you come across them, as they end with the .onion domain. There are other services other than TOR network like Freeweb, Waste, dark network, Leakdrive etc. 

When browsing this level of the web a proxy is almost useless in its effectiveness. You should be afraid of any log or information you come across. 

Follow and log every link you come across and treat all links that lead to CP as a dead end like it never existed. Screenshot everything and make sure you have evidence for peers.

Some of the IoT fall under level 4:-

– Hard candy

– Onion IB

– Hidden Wiki

– Onion Video Archive

– Banned Movies, Books, and videos

– Personal Video

– Assassination Box

– Bounty Hunter

– Rare Animal Trade

And much more but we can’t say.

A Closed Shell System will be required at this point.

What does a Closed shell system mean? Something that’s not open, or not available right? Now that you have got that, what is a shell? Shell has two meaning. A Shell can be terminal debugging / access limiting tool, (Basically defined – DOS is a shell), or it can be a physical shell, the outside casing of a computer system. Speaking of the system, it is a simple device making complex whole. A closed shell system is a computer system.. Locked in a shell. That is not accessible…

Some of the IoT here:- 

– Location of Atlantis

– Tesla Experiment Plans

– CAMEO (AI Super Intelligence)

And many more complexes we can’t understand.

80% of the internet lie below this line.

Another one people couldn’t bother to read (NB4 ). Understand this is not 80% by volume. It is 80% by concentration, following the 80 by 20 law of nature. 20% of the world’s information affects 80% of our lives. Most of the deep web is underground cultures, lost worlds, stories and logs of horrible events, and the most 5 n ridden parts of our human nature. Government blackhat Information that everyone Ignores and too deep to be leaked by the usual sources. This is the heart of the deep web, never escape thought. 

Polymetric Falcighol Derivation Required after this point…

Please understand, this is an actual process that is more known as Applied Fractal Analyst 5, Consumption, and Derivation. It is a higher math function and basically boils down to this. A fractal as a password, that is all this really means. 

 

LEVEL 5 – MARIANAS WEB

The deepest part of the web which exists only in theories. Which means that it most likely doesn’t exist. When this level Of web is charted; it will be the day OP is no longer faggot.

So this is the complete details about the Deep Web. Hope you enjoyed and gained a lot of knowledge from this post. Please share it with your community and share your experience in the comment section below.

Disclaimer: This Article was only for Educational Purposes.

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What is Flipkart?

Flipkart is India’s Amazon. It’s the country’s largest online retailer. In 2018 retail giant Walmart announced its intention to acquire a controlling stake in the company for $16 billion, making this the largest e-commerce acquisition, ever.

Flipkart was founded here in Bangalore in 2007 by Sachin Bansal and Binny Bansal, two Indian software engineers, that happen to share the same surname. They both worked for Amazon in the U.S. before returning to India to start their company.

Like Amazon, Flipkart began as an online bookstore. In its first full year of business, it delivered nearly three and half thousand shipments of books. Now its website has 10 million page visits a day and sells more than 80 different categories of goods, which includes everything from food processors to yoga mats.

This expansion has been supported by the company’s own digital ecosystem. In 2009 it founded Ekart, its in-house supply chain arm.

Ekart is now India’s largest logistics company delivering 10 million shipments a month for Flipkart, as well as independent brands and sellers. It also owns PhonePe, an app the company acquired in 2016, which helps facilitate electronic payments throughout the country. In addition, Flipkart’s purchase of two of India’s leading online fashion retailers, Myntra and Jabong ensured the company remained the leading player in India’s online retail industry.

Flipkart’s strong position in the market attracted $1.4 billion of investment in 2017 from the Indian e-commerce market as a whole is set to quadruple to $200 billion in the next eight years, and by 2034 it’s predicted to surpass the U.S. as the second largest e-commerce market in the world.

The predicted growth in e-commerce has increased competition between the big online retailers. Amazon has been taking on Flipkart in its own backyard. Both have been offering massive sales and discounts pegged to Indian festivals as they battle it out for more customers.

While Amazon’s size and profitable cloud computing service allows it to absorb these costs, Flipkart has suffered losses in its struggle to compete. However, the Flipkart Group as a whole still has the largest share of the market and remains the e-commerce leader in India.

Walmart’s online sales, however, account for just a little more than three and a half percent of its business in the U.S. Acquiring Flipkart gives them a considerable foothold in the sector. Yet when news of the deal broke, the American retailer’s shares tumbled four percent with investors concerned that the company had a long way to go before becoming profitable. The acquisition of a loss-making business also cut Walmart’s profits at the end of 2018 and its earnings outlook for 2019.

Walmart Acquiring Flipkart

Walmart Acquiring Flipkart | Image Courtesy: YourStory

The company also warned that e-commerce growth would be slower next year. For Flipkart, Walmart’s investment is seen by many as a major boost to the company’s logistical operations. It will also help it move into new areas like online groceries. Along with a strong food supply chain, Walmart’s financial support will also help Flipkart keep prices low in its battle with Amazon.

Several key investors have exited the company, including co-founder Sachin Bansal, and they leave with hefty profits. Venture capital firms Accel and Tiger Global invested when Flipkart was valued at just $50 million. They have now pocketed more than 400 times what they invested and still retain some shares.

Softbank is also a big beneficiary of the deal. Its Vision Fund invested $2.5 billion in 2017 and in just over 12 months the Japanese company sold its 20% stake for $4 billion.

Co-founder Binny Bansal had planned to stay on as the company’s chief executive but resigned after an internal investigation into serious personal misconduct following an accusation of sexual assault. He still owns 4.2% of the company and remains a director on the board. Amid the controversy Walmart increased its stake in the $20 billion company from 77 percent to 81.3 percent, offering another sign of its support of an online retail market that is still small by global standards.

The value and sale of Flipkart to a major corporation like Walmart will likely encourage investors to see India’s e-commerce market as an area of growth. Already the Indian startup Ola is competing fiercely with Uber in the taxi aggregation market and both have Softbank as a major shareholder.

As the world’s major tech companies focus more of their attention on India, Flipkart may be the first of many start-up success stories emerging from the growing e-commerce space.

So, do you think Flipkart has a chance against Amazon? Comment below to let us know.

Source: CNBC International
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Why Widows Phone failed
 Windows Phone: a product with so much potential that had everything going for it, and yet one that failed spectacularly. Despite the billions of dollars and the priceless connections of Microsoft, the Windows Phone never took off and would go down in history as one of Microsoft’s most expensive mistakes.
We’re gonna look at the reasons behind its failure and the actions Microsoft could’ve taken to possibly prevent it.
When Steve Jobs announced the iPhone in 2007 he took the smartphone world by storm. Up until then, smartphones had a big problem: they had small screens with interfaces that were hard to navigate, and the reason for that was because half of the phone was occupied by a keyboard with tiny buttons you could hardly press with any precision at all.
Apple unvield iPhone in 2007

Apple unveiled iPhone in 2007

What Steve Jobs showed to his ecstatic audience was a game changer, but it wasn’t just Apple fans there were watching. The engineers at Google, which for the past two years had been building a smartphone of their own, had to scrap their entire project and to start over with a touchscreen design. Their final product, Android, would arrive more than a year later, at which point the iPhone had taken the smartphone crown.
The iPhone’s model was built on exclusivity: it was entirely produced by Apple to establish maximal control over the user experience and the quality of the product, which allowed Apple to charge a premium for their phones.
To succeed Android would have to adopt a different strategy: instead of going for exclusivity, Google tried to be everyone’s friend, partnering up with as many phone manufacturers as possible with the selling point of their phones being the fact that they were cheap, yet functional.
For a time, the smartphone world was in balance, with Android and the iPhone occupying very distinct segments of
the market. And yet, this balance would soon be disturbed by another tech giant, Microsoft.
Now, out of the three companies, it was actually Microsoft that had the most experience with mobile devices.
Back in 1996, Bill Gates unveiled what he called the handheld PC, which was really more of a tiny laptop. The operating system it ran was known as Windows CE, which was basically Windows 3 modified to function on the lowest specifications possible.
Over the next decade, Microsoft would add features and develop this product line extensively, making another 6 full releases. Between 2006 and 2008 Microsoft’s mobile devices claimed a 15% market share, greater than any of their competitors except Symbian by Nokia.
But this success is exactly what blinded Microsoft to threat of the iPhone.
When Steve Ballmer, the CEO of Microsoft at the time was asked about the iPhone his reaction, he was like that iPhones don’t have keyboards which will not make them good email machine. Also said that $500 for iPhone is not customer friendly.
When he was asked “How do you compete with iPhone?”, he replied ” Right now we’re selling millions and millions and millions of phones a year. Apple is selling zero phones a year.”
We can clearly see the stark difference between the two men: the reporter very clearly sees the innovations
of the iPhone as a threat to the old smartphone establishment, but Microsoft’s CEO can barely look past the sales numbers. And just in case you’re thinking he’s an exception, the CEOs of Blackberry and Palm were equally skeptical of the new iPhone.
It took Microsoft a full year of declining market share to finally realize that something had to be done. Unlike Microsoft, Blackberry’s sales were still increasing, which gave them a sense of confidence they never recovered from.
Now, as they say, it’s better late than never and when Microsoft finally got around to it, their development was actually pretty fast.
Microsoft began developing a touchscreen-based mobile device in late 2008 and it took them only two years to get it ready for market. What Steve Ballmer unveiled was indeed a very unique product whose advancement of smartphone design isn’t really widely recognized, but it should be. At a time when the iPhone and Android were stuck with static icons, the Windows Phone gave you tiles with live information.

Microsoft unveiled first Windows phone in 2010 at MWC

Overall, critics had much to praise: in terms of design the Windows Phone user experience was right up there next to Apple and because Microsoft had very strict requirements for the hardware used by phone manufacturers, all of the early Windows Phones were very powerful machines for their time. And yet, Microsoft ran into a big problem very early on.
Microsoft was trying to do something very difficult: it was emulating Apple in trying to establish strict control over the user experience and hardware, but unlike Apple, it wasn’t actually making its own phones. This approach made the Windows Phone a very refined product, but the degree of control Microsoft wanted to be made working with them much more difficult for phone manufacturers compared to working with Android.
Unsurprisingly, most phone manufacturers decided to partner up with Google, which left Microsoft in a very bad position: it had a great product and no one to make it. The only saving grace for Microsoft was a lucky connection: when Nokia replaced their CEO in September 2010, the new guy, Stephen Elop, was a former Microsoft executive and the first item on his agenda was to try to restore Nokia’s declining market share by abandoning Symbian and pivoting towards Windows Phone.
Now, you can tell that this was a very premeditated plan because of this massive transition, during which Nokia completely changed their product offerings, happened in the span of a single year. Nokia started selling their first Windows Phone in November 2011 and I can tell you right away that this was possible thanks to the billions of dollars Microsoft poured into Nokia as “platform support payments”.
Nokia was supposedly paying Microsoft a licensing fee, but in reality, it was actually getting $250 million back from Microsoft every quarter, which more than made up for their expenses. Of course, the other phone manufacturers knew that this was happening, which pushed them even farther away from Microsoft.
After all, why would they fund their own development and pay a licensing fee to Microsoft, when Nokia was getting it all for free?
Effectively, Microsoft had gone all in with Nokia and there was no going back. But sadly for Microsoft, it was far too late. By the time Microsoft solved its production issue, four years after the introduction of the iPhone, it had fallen to a 2% market share. Nobody was developing applications for the Windows Phone and why would they, considering that Android and iOS were clearly the winners here.
For its first three years, the Windows Phone App Store was empty: it didn’t have Instagram, it didn’t have YouTube, it barely had anything. By 2013 the stock price of Nokia had fallen by 75% at which point angry shareholders were threatening to just fire Stephen Elop and get rid of Microsoft altogether.
In the end, that didn’t happen, Microsoft instead just purchased Nokia’s mobile phone division for $7.2 billion in 2014. Here’s the funny thing though: the very next year Microsoft wrote off their investment for $7.6 billion, and then to top things off they fired almost 8,000 employees. Microsoft kept Windows Phone on life support until October 2017, but it was clearly dead a long time before that.
And yet, it’s easy to imagine the different path Windows Phone could’ve taken had it only not been as greedy with its original philosophy. Had Microsoft been willing to compromise on its control over production, it would’ve
easily convinced the big manufacturers to use Windows Phone instead of Android.
After all back then Google had practically no ecosystem to speak of, while Microsoft had been a software titan for decades.
This was how the Windows Phone ran the path for its downfall.
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WhatsApp CEO to visit India again in October end for Fake News issues

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WhatsApp CEO Chris Daniels has planned to make his second trip to India in three months to help the Government Officials of India to find out the root cause of the Spreading Fake News all around the Country via social Media Platform WhatsApp.

A delegation of WhatsApp officials along with the company’s global policy head Christine Turner with Daniels will visit India to meet with Government Officials at Prime Minister’s Office and the ministry of electronics and information technology (MeitY).

It is reported that the delegation will be arriving on 24th of October, Wednesday.

During the Visit, CEO Chris Daniels is expected to meet the designated authorities on wide range of issues but the main focus would be rather on the data encryption and data sharing. Government of India has asked WhatsApp to find out ways to catch the origin of fake Messages and news, but things would not be that easy. As because WhatsApp runs on end-to-end Encryption.

Government requested WhatsApp to figure out the way to find alternative to find the solution and stop the unnecessary fake news to spread in a larger audience.

CEO chris daniels with Govenment Officials

Visit in August | Image Courtesy: Digit

Lately Fake news over WhatsApp has been leading to very bad condition of Mob lynching in some parts of the country.

Earlier when CEO Chris Daniels visited India for the First time, he was asked to appoint a grievance officer and set up a corporate entity in India to tackle the wide spreading of Fake news all over the Country. Also government demanded for a system to be developed for tracing the origin of fake News.

On demand Chris appointed a grievance officer to look upon the complains of fake messages all over the country. But data sharing and tracing the origin of the fake messages would not be that easy as mentioned earlier, although Indian Government stating “It’s not a rocket science”.

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