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TLDR; It is the same for a service, as long as your server is connected to the tor network. To make it short, when you set up your hidden service, it will pick 3 (by default) introduction relays, and add their addresses to your service description. Whenever your server is connected to the tor network, it will establish a connection to its introduction ...


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no, Tor does not use human readable names. a DNS (the system used to resolve names to IP addresses at the clearweb, else you would also have to remember numbers like http://50.18.200.106) is a more or less centralized system and therefore censorship-prone. this is already used today to censor the clearweb for the majority of the users. - and i'm not only ...


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