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Better safe than sorry.
Prevention is super easy until it’s too late.

You don’t know who are out there and what they have.
In an anonymous space, little responsibilty is assumed, so take some simple but effective measures to protect yourself.

Less or no side effects.
Keep your everyday operating system & personal information safe and secure.

It's easy to use and comes with everything you need - high-level encryption, Tor, and I2P - and it leaves no trace behind (unless you explicitly ask).

Last but not least, enjoy the Deep web and freedom!

3D printed model

One of the best tools for the Deep Web is a live operating system called Tails (short for ‘the amnesic incognito live system’), which comes with a series of features to make exploring the Deep Web easy and safe.

It can boot from a SD memory card, a USB drive, or even a DVD, so it can insulate our Deep-Web activities from our main operating systems. The main systems that we use on a daily basis are a trove of our personal data, which can be leaked without careful use of Tor, the most common tool for accessing the Deep Web/Dark Web. Since the Tails system doesn’t preserve data (unless we explicitly ask it to do so) and has high-level encryption, it effectively protects the privacy of its users and keeps them truly anonymous online.

Deeply is the Jury's Award Winner of Crypto Design Challenge 2016.

Deeply is easy to use:

Take the SD card out of the wrapper and the silicone ring.

Plug the SD card into your computer directly or use a SD card reader to read this SD card via USB.

For Mac: hold down "option" key as you turn on the computer and choose the EFI Boot/Windows drive to boot into Tails.

For PC: after you plug in the SD card, it should boot into Tails directly. However, depending on the brand and model of your PC and its security settings, it may starts on Windows or Linux like normal. If that's the case, refer to the troubleshooting section of Tails (more specifically, refer to the second sticky note of "2/6 Restart on the other Tails").

Once you boot into Tails, just click around to see what everything does. To learn more about Tails, click here.

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