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Generating new addresses

Tor v2 addresses were generated by a base32 string of the first 80 bits of the SHA1 hash of the private key (sic - public key) How can I generate Tor v3 addresses? (basic command line tools preferred,...
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Is there a mechanism for testing that addresses and private keys match?

I'm writing a tool to generate onion addresses but obviously want to make sure the addresses actually work. Rather than setting up a hidden service with the keys etc it would be nice to do it quickly ...
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Where can I find the cache file about onion address?

I'm preparing for my graduation project. It is about Tor hidden services. I configured my machine as directory so that it can obtain onion addresses of hidden services. I have been studying the basic ...
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Finding hidden services

There are several questions here, 1) maybe I should chop the Question to pieces? All four questions marked with numbers as before. I am considering to host file server for a company in tor. The idea ...
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How to use a specific proxy on EXIT node?

I would like to know, if there is any way to use a proxy at exit of TOR? I have read a lot of manuals, how to set up exit nodes for a specific country, but that is not what I need. I need to visit a ...
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From what depends .onion addresses - public or private key of the service?

In the Hidden Service Protocol specification on torproject.org is written that all .onion addresses are generated from the public key of the hidden service (what we send to the DHT). If this is true, ...
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Is there a possibility to host multiple hidden services on one .onion address?

Is there any chance to host multiple services (like a webserver, XMPP server, ssh server) behind one .onion address? Or do I have to create a single hidden service for each service/server?
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In generating a new hidden service address, does the tor client check for collision with existing ones?

In generating keys for a new hidden service, and the corresponding .onion address, does the tor client check for collision with existing .onion addresses? The process being so fast, I can't imagine ...