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Re: locating hidden services
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- Subject: Re: locating hidden services
- From: Ringo Kamens <2600denver@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Mon, 07 Jul 2008 12:00:19 -0400
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As long as you don't submit your hidden service to any wikis and it's
not linked to from anywhere, nobody will be able to find out about it.
Comrade Ringo Kamens
> Hi again,
> Learning about hidden services - what are the methods (if any) for
> Tor users to locate a hidden service? Is there a way to search for
> them, get the info from the directory servers, etc?
> Say for example that I have a web server running as a hidden
> service and I only want people from a certain group to be able to
> locate/access that server. Authentication has already been
> addressed on the server but I don't want users who are not part of
> that group to "bang" on my hidden service with a bunch of bogus
> login requests.
> In the past, I've used port knocking/SPA to address this issue but
> I'm not exactly sure how that would work out in a Tor/Hidden
> Service environment - anyone have any experience along those lines?
> Any other information or advice?
> Thanks as always - nD
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