A brand-new search engine named TorSearch debuted last week, making waves around tech media. It’s not hard to see why: The Oct. 2 seizure of Silk Road captivated netizens by exposing a corner of cyberspace that didn’t appear on Google and was difficult to navigate unless you already knew what you were looking for.
If TorSearch founder Chris MacNaughton has truly built a new engine that can help us find our way around the Deep Web, that’s genuinely exciting. But does it deliver?
We took it for a test drive and then pitted it against some of its competitors.