There are currently more than 555 million unique domains for surface level websites that the average internet user can access. But there are 500 times that number of hidden sites that aren’t obvious to most. These sites are referred to as the Deep Web, which often gets a negative connotation in our modern media. The real illegal activities happen on the Dark Web, which is a region of the internet only accessible through anonymized browsers such as Tor. This presentation will explain the differences between the surface, deep, and dark webs and explain what each contains.