** DISCLAIMER **
This is only an informative article, I am not inciting you to surf the deep web/dark web and I do not take any responsibility for your actions. I strongly advise against surfing the deep web/dark web by non experienced users. Surfing the deep web/dark web is dangerous. Readers are warned.
Hey guys! How's going? I hope it's all right!
Have you heard the latest news from Brave? Anyway, before we go any further into the subject, let's take a step back: let's come back in 2018, one years before the first stable release.
Many of us know that Brave Browser was born to change our conception of a very hierarchized internet and, for this purpose, the Brave team integrated Tor into their browser in 2018 to further their mission of creating a "new internet" where advertising must be optional and web browsing must be private. In fact this new mode, powered by Tor, helps to protect users' privacy not only on the device but also on the network through encrypted connections, invisible to their ISP and hiding their original IP address. That' s why, at the beginning of October, the websites managed by Brave were made available through Tor, the portal for the .onion addresses of the dark web.
We must clarify, however, that Tor is not only for illegal acts as many people think, but it is also an opportunity for those who do not have access to the public Internet to surf.
So... why did Brave do this? Brave team made this move to make them service available even where public internet access is not allowed?
Let's talk about it here in the comments section below, I will be happy to have a conversation with you!
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- Informations : brave.com/new-onion-service/
- Images : brave.com/new-onion-service/