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Re: [tor-talk] Hidden Services - Access control.
I think I can afford something else to this thread.
After re-reading the tor man page, I've found the following option:
Being "policy" the same form as exit policies.
Since I can "reject" anyone but me, this will act as a kind of
a firewall for hidden services. Am I right ?
Finally, I think "Lunar" is right, the "HiddenServiceAuthorizeClient"
option might be useful for me. And yes, people might realize
of the existence of the hidden service, but they might not
On 10/03/2014 01:25 PM, coderman wrote:
> re: HiddenServiceAuthorizeClient
> this assumes you will never encounter an adversary relay (hsdir)
> intending to enumerate addresses. a useful feature, but the intent is
> not to hide existence of hidden service addresses.
> best regards,
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