The Dark Web, a part of the Deep Web that consists of several darknets (e.g. Tor, I2P, and Freenet), provides users with the opportunity of hiding their identity when surfing or publishing information. This anonymity facilitates the communication of sensitive data for legitimate purposes, but also provides the ideal environment for transferring information, goods, and services with potentially illegal intentions. Therefore, Law Enforcement Agencies (LEAs) are very much interested in gathering OSINT on the Dark Web that would allow them to successfully prosecute individuals involved in criminal and terrorist activities. To this end, LEAs need appropriate technologies that would allow them to discover darknet sites that facilitate such activities and identify the users involved. This chapter presents current efforts in this direction by first providing an overview of the most prevalent darknets, their underlying technologies, their size, and the type of information they contain. This is followed by a discussion of the LEAs’ perspective on OSINT on the Dark Web and the challenges they face towards discovering and de-anonymizing such information and by a review of the currently available techniques to this end. Finally, a case study on discovering terrorist-related information, such as home made explosive recipes, on the Dark Web is presented.