Netstalking means searching for obscure, hard-to-find and somehow valuable (even if only by its entertaining nature) information buried in the depths of the Internet (and similar networks), for example searching for funny photos on Google Streetview (https://9-eyes.com/), unindexed deepweb sites or secret documents on FTP servers. Netstalking is relatively unknown in the English-speaking world but is pretty popular in Russian communities.
Netstalking can be divided into two categories:
Techniques of netstalking include port scanning, randomly generating web domains, using advanced search queries and different search engines, searching caches and archives and obscure networks such as darknet or gopher.
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