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Well there are several ways to advertise an hidden service. Google doesn't index hidden services at the moment, but ahmia.fi does it. So your hidden service might be found this way. Another possibili …
answered Jan 19 '15 by Jens Kubieziel
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The developers are working on proposal 224. According to the notes from the Amsterdam meeting in 2017 it is planned to have an initial release in September 2017 and the stable version should be out in …
answered May 29 '17 by Jens Kubieziel
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The key is not in a public accessible directory by default. Assume the hidden service is in the directory hidden_service. This has the following permissions: > stat /var/lib/tor/hidden_service File: …
answered Oct 15 '13 by Jens Kubieziel
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Web sites which are offered Tor Onion Services (.onion domain) can be downloaded/mirrored/scraped like any other websites. You only need to tell your favorite tool to use the Tor software as a proxy. …
answered Mar 18 '17 by Jens Kubieziel
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When you want to talk specifically about Tor Hidden Services, you should write Tor Hidden Services or short Hidden Services. The term hidden services network does not exist, because the hidden service …
answered Jan 29 '14 by Jens Kubieziel
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I discussed your question in the #tor IRC channel. phobos and velope helped with this answer. When I fiddled around with your question I tried to create a large number of hidden services (HS). It was …
answered Jan 28 '14 by Jens Kubieziel
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So if I understand you correctly you want to run a hidden SSH service on your GNU/Linux machine and want to use Windows to access it. First you have to configure a hidden service. Below I assume that …
answered May 24 '14 by Jens Kubieziel
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Your onion address is calcaluted when you configure your Onion Service. Whenever you change networks Tor will realise this and update the service descriptor. So after some short amount of time your ad …
answered Apr 23 '17 by Jens Kubieziel
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At the moment it is not possible to have subdomains. Tor calculates the domain name of the hidden service from different parameters. To have a memorable, secure and global name would contradict Zooko' …
answered Apr 25 '14 by Jens Kubieziel
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I assume you are talking about a webserver which an onion service configured and acts as a Tor relay. The Tor relay can do three things: takes connections from non-Tor IP addresses and forwards the …
answered Aug 9 '17 by Jens Kubieziel
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You can use whatever CSS framework you want. Tor will happily deliver it. I just tried to open https://www.facebookcorewwwi.onion/ which is the Onion Service of Facebook. The page had roughly 1.6 MB i …
answered Jun 19 '17 by Jens Kubieziel
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A while ago the FBI raided Freedom Hosting. They took several hidden services as well as TorMail down. So you can reach http://tormail.org/, but not their hidden service anymore. There is a question …
answered Jan 21 '14 by Jens Kubieziel
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You can use any programming language for a hidden service. The reason why most of the hidden services using PHP might be the same why many services in the web use PHP. ;) Your hidden service basicall …
answered Feb 17 '14 by Jens Kubieziel
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You can use your computer in a way like you were sitting directly in front of it. What does this mean for your setup? You connect to your computer via Tor and your computer is set up in a a way that a …
answered Apr 29 '16 by Jens Kubieziel
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There is a HiddenServiceDir in your torrc. After you have stopped the Tor process, delete the above-mentioned directory and restart Tor. Now the directory contains two new files: hostname and private …
answered Oct 15 '13 by Jens Kubieziel

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