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I made a secure drop server.

For better security, I've set up onion service for ssh.

How to ssh with onion address in Windows 10?

torify ssh root@myserver.onion

doesn't exist in window 10.

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You don't need to torify - there is a better tool called Bitvise SSH client that just needs a SOCKS proxy to be specified for a connection, that's it! Don't forget to set the proxy to resolve host names for dot-onions to work properly! I'm using for years and there were not a single problem with it. Also it features a good pack of SSH-based tools in one toolkit - just check it out ;)

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