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Re: [tor-talk] Tor official list of new .onion addresses?
Consider the consequences of publishing the actual addresses. The number of
addresses is fine but the actual addresses should stay private for privacy
and security reasons.
I’m aware there are crawers looking for new services to show however if the
address is kept private only rouge HSDIRs are an issue and we can always
generate new addresses and delete the old keys.
I am running some Onion Services for SSH (clearnet disabled, you’ll need to
be physically present if Tor has an issue!) and while I require SSH Keys
it’d open a huge attack surface I’m trying to avoid. It’s basicaly an
attempt at security by really advanced obscurity.
On Mon, Dec 3, 2018 at 9:53 AM <iwanlegit@xxxxxxx> wrote:
> Can the Tor Project publish the list? Some sites have published lists of
> new .onion addresses, for example:
> There may be no reason that the Tor project does it, but can the Tor
> project not do it? :)
> The Tor Metrics has published the number of unique .onion addresses for
> version 2 onion services in the network per day already.
> And if I act a relay, can I discover the number of unique .onion
> addresses and new .onion addresses? If yes, is it good/bad to publish
> lists of new .onion addresses?
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