The Shallowest Deep Web Where Hackerranker Lives

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Search Engines like Google index pages on the Surface Web, i.e. (roughly speaking) pages that do not require a login.

Not all of those pages are indexed. Sites can tell Google not to index parts of them. The mechanism is via robots.txt files or directives on individual pages. Even though you can view those pages in incognito, you won’t find them via X-Raying.

One example is Airtable, suggested by Alla Pavlova. There are multiple contact lists of laid-off people or conference attendees, yet site:airtable.com finds none.

Another example is Hackerrank, covered by Balazs. (In the case of Hackerrank,

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