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I’m almost afraid to ask why the fake ID is needed, so I’ll just skip to what I know…
What you’re most likely referring to is the DARK web. The dark web is not necessarily different from the deep web. Instead, the dark web resides within the deep web.
To explain, the deep web is everything that you can’t get to with a search engine. This opens up to lots of different things like private user profiles on different sites and hidden databases. You’d need a direct link or you’d need to know the address yourself, and in both cases, you’d need permission from the host site to enter (password or otherwise).
The DARK web is where everything illegal goes down. Black market deals, murder for hire, drugs, contraband… And fake IDs. Usually, to get to the dark web, you’d need the same things as from before (direct link/address), however, ‘permission’ doesn’t always matter to people on the dark web. Some of the people got there through vicious means.
Now I can get to your question. ‘How risky is it’? Depends on what risks you’re willing to take. Hackers (the people who got there through vicious means) usually won’t discriminate. If they can take things from you, they will. And no amount of anti-virus will deter them. So unless you have some crappy Dell laptop from the early 90’s that contains ABSOLUTELY NO information about who you really are AND you get a VPN, it wouldn’t be worth it. They’d know who you really are. And if the deal turned sour… Good luck.