Overlay networks

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    • Overlay networks

      An overlay network is a telecommunications network that is built on top of another network and is supported by its infrastructure. An overlay network decouples network services from the underlying infrastructure by encapsulating one packet inside of another packet. After the encapsulated packet has been forwarded to the endpoint, it is de-encapsulated.

      Most overlay networks run on top of the public Internet, which itself began as an overlay research network running over the infrastructure of the public switched telephone network (PSTN). Other examples of overlay network deployments include virtual private networks (VPNs), peer-to-peer (P2P) networks, content delivery networks (CDNs), voice over IP (VoIP) services such as Skype and non-native software-defined networks.

      Overlay network protocols include Virtual Extensible LAN (VXLAN), Network Virtualization using Generic Encapsulation (NVGRE), stateless transport tunneling (STT), Generic Routing Encapsulation (GRE) and Network Virtualization Overlays 3 (NVO3).
    • It’s not easy figuring out how popular sites are that by definition don’t want to be analyzed or listed, but through various means, it’s possible to get a good idea of where people who visit the deep web are actually going.
      The list below is our best attempt at putting together the most popular deep web destinations.
      • TorShops – Start your own deep web store!
      • TorLinks – A list of .onion addresses.
      • Dream Market – Popular Darknet Market
      • Valhalla Market (recently killed off)
      • Silkkitie Market (also Valhalla)
      • Dream Market Forum – where Dream Market Patrons Chat
      • The Hidden Wiki – The Grandaddy of Deep Web Directories
      • Grams – A drug market search engine (now dead)
      • DeepDotWeb – A Deep Web News Resource
      • OnionDir – Another Link Directory
      • Runion – A Russian Forum
      • HANSA Market – Major market that is now DEAD
      • Wall Street Market
      • ChatTor – a totally anonymous chat service
      • TORCH – the Tor Search Engine
      • Sleepwalker
      • Concerned Cocaine Citizens – A Cocaine Reference for the World
      • Fantom URLs – A Forum for Paranoid People
      • Krang from Technodrome – A blog about the TMNT villian
      • Apples 4 Bitcoin – Buy Apple products for Bitcoin
    • Money makes the world go round or so we heard in the famous Liza Minelli song. That includes the world of the deep web. Where money plays a central role.
      One of the most popular financial services you’ll find on the deep web is the humble Bitcoin tumbler or mixer. These services help to hide where your coins have come from so that it’s much harder to trace purchases of darknet market goods back to you through the blockchain.
      These services are often pretty illegal, but here they are.
      • anodf1ous bitcoin mixer
      • Brave bunny – Bitcoin Online Wallet and Mixer
      • CB-BTC | Clickbank To Bitcoin Income Stream Conversion System
      • CoinCleanse – Low-Fee Bitcoin Mixing/Tumbling/Laundry Service
      • CoinIPN: Instant Payment Notification for Crypto-Coins
      • Bryem – exchange of Bitcoin for EURO and USD
      • TorBroker – Trade securities anonymously with bitcoin, currently supports nearly 1000 stocks and EFTs
    • Even people who want to stay anonymous like to have discussions every now and then. In fact, a lot of what goes on in the deep web centers on the exchange of information between individuals.
      There are traditional forums, “chan” image boards and other creative takes on people using text to chat with each other. If you want to know more about the sorts of online communities that exist in the depths, then head over to our Deep Web Communities article.
      Here are the forums that have been discovered by our research team.
      • TorBook
      • Beneath VT – Exploring Virginia Tech’s steam tunnels and beyond
      • ∞chan
      • 12chan
      • cIRCo – comunidad IRC oculta
      • Onion Forum 2.0
      • Onii-Chan
      • Jisko
      • HackBB – Hacking & cracking forum
      • SciBay Forums
      • StaTorsNet