|ghuyt886 3 years ago|
i need to create a hidden service of a website accessibile thru my home lan network, from my pc (192.168.1.54) where tor is also running i connect to http://mywebsite.com,
mywebsite.com points to 192.168.1.56 (i know cause i've pinged it). the problem is that http://mywebsite.com is a vi
|Loki 3 years ago|
I noticed that a recent release of Orbot (v.184.108.40.206, if I'm not wrong) includes the custom TORRC option in settings. Since I've successfully tried to configure a hidden service with TOR Browser, I would like to know what to write in the TORRC file created by Orbot and Orweb, to host my
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|paddygra 3 years ago|
I am just wondering if it is possible to run MySQL (or any DB for that matter) as a hidden service on Tor.
The main point of all this would be to hide the servers location/IP rather than to prevent people sniffing user/pass info etc.
There would be no webserver running, just the M
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|dannycrafts 3 years ago|
I'm wondering something. I'm trying to look into the possibilities of the following. I want to (1) set up a mail server that only accepts mail that was sent encrypted, and (2) set up a Tor hidden service that (also) runs a mail server (the same server if possible).
One thing I'm try
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|sakiri 4 years ago|
When hidden service is setting up, it chooses randomly some Tor nodes and asks them to act as introduction points. Can I control this phase? Can I choose these nodes manually, or at least specify countries which I want my introduction points to be in?
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|anyone 4 years ago|
I'm trying to set up a hidden service on a Debian machine.
When setting up the first time all went according to instructions but then the hidden service suddenly stopped responding and I couldn't get it back online. Purged and re-installed Tor and tried again and it worked for a while again. Th
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|Admin 4 years ago|
1) Buy any cheap VPS.
You can find good deals on http://www.lowendbox.com/ and also check out http://www.lowendtalk.com/wiki/ with examples of some common VPS installations, such as web-server.
2) Install nginx, mysql, php or anything your website needs to run.
3) Configure your web-se
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|frankyale 4 years ago|
i dove head first into ubuntu, nginx, tor yesterday. pulled an old win vista dt, wiped, loaded ubuntu. found some instructions for installing lemp. after some gnashing amd hours i able to render info.php at my generated IP address. edits to nginx config. so, i can render htm/php. i was able to gener
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