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Re: [tor-talk] ICANN and .onion
On Mon, May 19, 2014 at 11:24:06AM +0200, pipatron@xxxxxxxxx wrote 1.5K bytes in 0 lines about:
: I think that's a rather arrogant point of view. If it was not a Tor
: problem, .onion would not be needed in the first place. Tor developers do
: seem to work hard on making it difficult for a user to accidentally leak
: information, so simply saying that users "failing to redirect dns into tor
: is not a tor problem" is a little counterproductive.
This is a testable problem, right now. Setup your own DNS server, define
.onion as a valid TLD, fire up tor, watch for any and all queries to
your custom tld on your dns server.
Banks and large enterprises setup custom tld's all the time for their
intranets and internal apps.
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