Top 9 Deep Web Search Engines of 2021


So many things have been said about the deep web. Every day we hear new ... strange things about the deep web, but when you try to look it up with your search engines such as Google or Bing, you fail because contents from the deep web don't index in their search engines.

 The news we read online, sites we visit, our online shopping, social media activities, Google searches, etc all makeup just 4% of the entire web. The deep web is said to be about 5000 times larger than the regular web we visit every day. The deep web which makes up the remaining 96% of the web also consists of the Dark Web, another hidden version of the web that can't be visited with our regular browser nor without encryption.


One very important thing you should know is that the deep web isn't generally bad, though it contains the Dark web. The Deep Web contains vital information.... one of the fundamentals that keep the regular web running today. There are over 600 billion documents and information that are kept in the Deep Web for safekeeping so as to keep them away from the public eyes. These documents contain hidden knowledge and high-quality information that ....... well let's find out.


 In this post, I will list a number of Deep Web search engines that would bring up information despite them not being indexed. Find the lists below!

1. Pipl:
Pipl search engine goes deep to search and crawl out information that Google, Bing, Yahoo, and other search engines failed to give you.

This search engine interacts with databases that are searchable and then extracts information from other Deep Web sources. Information such as scientific publications, court records, member directories, personal profile information, etc.

Pip penetrates deep into the web to provide you the most relevant information based on your keyword... some of this information is even sensitive government information.

Click here to visit Pipl

2. Wayback Machine:
Wayback Machine gives people access to huge information by URLs. They archive the open web so as to keep for future references by internet users.  The aim of the Internet Archive is to preserve public information.

Click here to visit Wayback Machine.

3. MyLife:
 MyLife is a search engine that gets you the details of a person, age, occupation, viz-a-viz personal data, contact, residence, and more. The search engine also includes pictures and other relevant histories of the person such as the latest trips and other surveys if conducted. You can even rate the individual based on the profile and information.

Click here to visit MyLife


4. DuckDuckGo:
DuckDuckGo is a search engine similar to Google but with a respect for users' privacy. This search engine doesn't track its users has the capability of digging deep into the web to crawl out information.

Users can easily customize their searches according to their wants so as to get them the most relevant results. This search engine pulls its results from several sources including Google, Yahoo, Bing, and other sources. However, DuckDuckGo filters the best results for the user ... their emphasis lies in quality and not quantity.

Click here to visit DuckDuckGo

5. Not Evil:
This search engine is a non-profit platform that lives on contributions from those who are against "Evil". Basically, this search engine does not show results that are inappropriate or abusive in their search results.

NotEvil has over 14301113 onion links indexed in their database. There are no advertising and tracking when using this platform....and this search engine keeps their algorithm updated which helps in crawling relevant search results.

6. SurfWax:
SurfWax is a subscription-based search engine that provides the users many features, one of which includes providing the user the most pertinent results and information when searching the web on their platform.

This search engine provides relevant results using major key finding elements on their platform. They were the first company to introduce a visual search process.

Click here to visit SurfWax

7. Google Scholar:
Google? yeah I know some you would be wondering but Google Scholar isn't the Google search engine I mentioned earlier.

This search engine scans for academic literature from universities repositories, online journals,, and other pertinent sources to help researchers find useful information. Users can customize their search to give them results from a particular institution or country.

Click here to visit Google Scholar


8. Yippy:
Yippy is a metasearch engine that doesn't log users who use their platform to search the web for information.

This web search engine displays only the moral side in its search results. If you search for "marijuana", the search engine will only show you results that talk about the effects of Marijuana and not some sites that talk about how to grow it or make money out of it.

As a metasearch engine, this search platform uses other web indexes to display results.

Click here to visit Yippy

9. Fazzle:
Fazzle is a meta web index engine that is designed to get quick results such as documents, audio, video, shopping, Whitepaper, etc. Fazzle gives results on any keyword that is likely to be a promotion.

Fazzle is accessible in English French and Dutch

Click here to visit fazzle

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