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Re: Example hidden service issue

On Sat, 31 Mar 2007 09:31:01 -0700 "Joseph B. Kowalski" 
<jbk@xxxxxxx> wrote:

>Guys, this, noted in the original post is incorrect:
>GET / HTTP/1.1
>Host: youronionaddress
>When you contact www.google.com, your request goes like this:
>GET / HTTP/1.1
>Host: www.google.com
>You are telling the web server which web site to serve you, using
>the name as an identifier. To clarify, The "HOST" field is not to
>identify you, but to tell the web server you are connecting to 
>which website you would like (Since many servers host multiple

Oops, sorry. Accessing it at a .onion address... Please disregard 
my above message. That's what I get for trying to send an email 
before I have had my coffee. :)

As you were...

Best regards,

Joe Kowalski