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Re: Proposal of a new hidden wiki

I like the distributed private key idea. Each wiki copy would have a
separate email address so that if one server got compromised, the
operators could be informed and change the private key. My question
is: what would determine which server got chosen?
Comrade Ringo Kamens

On 8/8/07, Eduardo Costa Lisboa <eduardo.linux@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> I think that a redundant system would be the best thing. The main
> hidden wiki could contain script that backs the site up every X hours,
> and anyone could download it and host anywhere.
> Or, maybe, some more softsticated high availability system could run
> on the background to host the same "hostname" from different sources.
> Thus, the master onion servers would point to the last one which
> request the .onion hostname. For this, there should be a need to
> share, among the hidden wiki mirrors, the same private key, which
> implicates in full trust between the mirrorers.
> --
> Eduardo Costa Lisboa