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'Kabali' leaked on Dark Web

19 Jul 2016 | By Rishikesh Malkhede
Dark Web

Rajnkanth's much-awaited movie Kabali has reportedly been leaked on Dark Web; days before its release in cinema halls.

There are several links of the film available for download.

Apparently, censor copy has been put up for downloads on several websites.

Earlier, films like Udta Punjab, Sultan and Great Grand Masti were leaked on the internet before they were released.

In context: Dark Web

AboutWhat is Dark Web?

Dark Web is basically the bunch of websites which hide the IP addresses of the servers running them.

They are a collection of websites which can be accessed publicly but need specific software and authorization to access.

These websites cannot be found using search engines.

Dark Web works through Tor encryption tool which is mostly used to hide the identity of the websites.

UsageWho uses Dark Web?

Dark Web is generally used by whistle blowers, drug traffickers, fake brands, etc.

Even military has been using Dark Web to keep an eye on the terrorism related activities in the world.

Hackers hide their encryption to be safe from the government.

The commonly found content on Dark Web was child pornography followed by black market.

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