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I have my .onion service running:

http://oeptyn6jtusgda63.onion/

When i try to open wrong link, my TorBrowser shows me an error like this:

Firefox can’t establish a connection to the server at oeptyn6jtusgda63.onion:7541.

Is there some way i can prevent nginx to leak my server port number?

I have learned myself, that nginx first send redirection (http code 301) that leaks my port number. Is there some way i can disable it?

UPD :

This happens when i try to access some directory, like this:

http://oeptyn6jtusgda63.onion/zip

  • I experiment the same issue but this solution not working for me. I've try the solution in nginx.conf file and also in the website config file /etc/nginx/site-available/. – Zack Apr 11 at 18:14
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I fixed it myself. I just added this directive to nginx.conf :

port_in_redirect off;

This directive briefly described in nginx doc: https://nginx.org/en/docs/http/ngx_http_core_module.html#port_in_redirect

  • Thanks for posting the solution. Can you accept your own answer so this question can be closed? – bn4t Jul 3 '18 at 8:15

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