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Building onion websites is generally no different than building regular websites. The main difference is the underlying connection protocol and not the website itself. You build onion websites using the same tools such as a web server (Apache, Nginx, etc), the documents (HTML, css, etc), and server-side languages (PHP, NodeJS, etc). There is no special ...


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It is totally up to "designer" of this Search Engine, is not? Google has published their index-method, it is called PageRank, so here you could at least guess a little bit... Nevertheless, nobody knows all of "The Kitchen" and war for the first places in Google's Search Results is endless... You could try to tap your target, using kind of ...


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The Tor Browser is designed to avoid writing any sensitive data to disk unless the user changes the default settings to enable a feature that does record sensitive data. So with the default settings, Tor Browser does not save cached versions of websites. You might find this document useful (section 4.3. Disk Avoidance): https://2019.www.torproject.org/...


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No, Tor Browser does not block favicons. From the paper: Nonetheless, browsers like Brave have recently adopted built-in anti-fingerprinting techniques which can affect our attack's performance (while Tor has done so for years, we do not consider it in our experiments since it is not susceptible to our favicon attack). So this is not an issue for Tor ...


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How would you propose this JavaScript code obtain the client's IP address? JS running in web browsers cannot run arbitrary commands on the host machine — that would be an extreme security violation. Pretty much every method of finding a client's IP address you'll find in online tutorials, such as this one, rely entirely on processing XHR requests to third-...


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I don't know of any uptime SaaS providers that support monitoring websites on their onion service endpoints. cron Until that day comes (as it's hard to think of a reason why any admins shouldn't make their websites accessible at a .onion address--which benefits the privacy of their visitors), a simple solution is just to spin up a small micro sever (such as ...


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