Are you a user wishing for privacy and anonymity then DuckDuckGo is the best private search engine who respects your privacy by not tracking the user’s data. Here we will be giving a brief picture about how DuckDuckGo works in Tor browser and some simple tweaks you can achieve by using it. There are hundreds of goodies and stuff that DuckDuckGo provides, here are some of the most useful ones – Programming, Geek, Math etc. Here are some interesting things that will help you surf the deep web using the search engine. Security Measures if you do not protect yourself while accessing deep web then unauthorized entry to your personal information is possible. Do take a look at how to protect yourself with a VPN.
DuckDuckGo Search Engine Tweaks:
1.Alternative to – Searching for any alternative things. Type in the search query with “alternative to” followed by “an app/software“.
2. Random – Want someone to pick a random number? no worries just type random word 7-21. A range can be set for a number or a word. Try and get amazing results.
3.Check Site status – UP or DOWN: To check up on any website you can type in this query “is Website_name up?“. It will display the time, response code and the IP address.
4.Ip address – Type in IP address to get the current location of your server.
Getting into some serious discussion on how DuckDuckGo has influenced in searching the deep web. It doesn’t monitor your privacy and gives the search results based upon your geographical IP location. Here is the link for DuckDuckGo Search Engine: http://3g2upl4pq6kufc4m.onion/ in onion tor browser. Once you get onto tor browser then enable the settings in the search engine. In Privacy Tab, turn on Redirect to disable sharing of your data.