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I am trying to create an Onion Service however in the configuration guide it appears that Tor generates a random .onion url for each service so I was wondering if there was a way to get a particular .onion url or one containing a specific string or set of words.

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There are ways to get custom .onion addresses that begin with particular strings. I have most recently found Scallion to be the easiest to use. Scallion is an open-source project on Github that has been around for awhile and has full instructions for use in the readme.

https://github.com/lachesis/scallion

After you have generated your vanity hostname and private key, you'll replace the files hostname and private_key in the /var/lib/tor/hidden_service/ folder of your server and restart the service. If you did it correctly, your hidden service will be accessible over your vanity onion address.

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