Could someone make a simple guide on making a hidden service for apache2?

I'm not the sharpest tool in the shed and I'm just running a boring site. (Hosting malware, botnets, spying kits, rats, crypters, ransomware, etc's source code)

Nothing fancy, but I would like the most security I can get. Running Ubuntu if that helps.


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Well, Quite Simple... If you do have one website - just set it up, check that it's working just by IP and make sure that your whole apache config has only one uncommented Listen directive. As it's done - all you need is to make two lines in your torrc config:

HiddenServiceDir /path/to/tor/hidden_service/directory/
HiddenServicePort 80

Basically - that's it! But keep in mind, that clearnet and darknet sites are both and equal - a websites, they do need protection. The protection techniques are task-dependent, but they're a must!



Make sure you read carefully in order to follow the Linux part and not anything on Windows or osx.

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