On Tuesday 09 October 2007, Andrew Del Vecchio wrote: > Hey all, > I was just checking my mail and a (presumably) new Tor user had > e-mailed me regarding one of my Tor articles on MPAssetProtection.com, > a privacy related site. The essence of his question was whether or not > it was possible to create a portable flash-drive Tor implementation > that could be used to serve content. I explained to him how to go > about doing this manually, which is something of a pain, especially > for newbies. This got me thinking: > > What if someone developed a server-oriented version of Incognito that > was designed to me remotely accessed, and thus had only the bare > essentials to do various hidden services and act as an OR? > > This can probably be very easily done. No, I don't have the time or > desire to do it myself (I'm in my last year of college plus work, and > I'm NOT a CS major [Polisci]) ;) > > Hopes this spawns something creative. Here's a stab at it. Download: http://files1.cjb.net/incognito/incognitotiny-i686-r12006M.iso The description of how to do it is at the following link, search for "Hidden Service" https://tor-svn.freehaven.net/svn/incognito/trunk/root_overlay/usr/share/incognito/readme.html The implementation details are in the following script: https://tor-svn.freehaven.net/svn/incognito/trunk/root_overlay/etc/init.d/hidden-service Note that this solution ONLY serves static content via the lighttpd web server. No IRC, CGI, PHP, Wiki, etc. I really don't think you'd want to do this. -- Pat Double, pat@xxxxxxxxxxxxx "Ye must be born again." - John 3:7
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