Are there any standards for mapping ICANN domains-world websites to
I’m interested in any machine-readable methods that can be used to discover a
E.g. is there a standard method to announce that
https://www.bbc.com/ is also available at
https://www.bbcnewsv2vjtpsuy.onion/? Given the
.com, how would I auto-discover (and ideally verify) the
.onion? (This is obviously only applicable for real-world websites that offer a Tor hidden service mirror.)
The only resource I’ve found is the short manually curated list in the Real-World Onion Websites project.
I’ve dreamed up a
/.well-known/mirrors.txt URI auto-discovery mechanism. That file would list all mirrors of a website. You could include your
.onion address and your
.com in that file. If the file is accessible from both location and contain each other than you’ve got a verified domain match between an
.onion and an ICANN domain.