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Study: 83% of the “dark side” of the Internet visits targeting pornographic content for children
A study, about the sites that use the service to hide their activities on the Internet for regular search engines, which are described as “the dark side” of the Internet, that the largest percentage of traffic to these sites addressed to those that offer pornographic content.
And analyzed the study, which was unveiled at a conference of the Chaos Computer Club Foundation for hackers and internet in Germany, traffic to the sites that use “Tor” Tor techniques to hide on the Internet, and that up to 45 thousand website.
The study confirmed that 83 percent of traffic to sites that use “Tour” techniques geared to provide pornographic content sites for children, and in spite of not exceeded the number of those sites to 2 percent of the total sites that use techniques such disappearances.
And excluded the study , which lasted for six months from the beginning of March, directed the robot networks of traffic, but it did not exclude directed security authorities or organizations that are fighting the presence of such sites that offer that kind of illegal content traffic.
The study added that in spite of the short life of the sites that offer this type of content, but it was constant for the duration of the collection of information about traffic in the dark side of the Internet, which lasted until last September.
The study followed the disclosure of the small percentages of traffic that targeted other sites that use disappearances techniques, especially the categories of drug-commerce sites and online sites leaks.
The results of the study that the drug trade sites online, which represents the percent ratio of 24 sites that use technology such as “disappearances service” provided by “Tour” which, saw traffic amounted to only 5 percent, as witnessed sites for leaks very low rate of 0.10 percent of the total traffic to those sites.
It is noteworthy that “Tour” is one of the most important networks that provide software for the disappearance of the Internet, whether users or owners of the sites, which aims mainly to support freedom of expression on the Web.Viewing:-223
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