Using an online wallet strikes me as a very bad idea. Maybe for pocket change or very briefly to facilitate an in-person trade or some such. But even then, I would avoid it as much as possible. How many of these things have we seen go under taking people's money with them?"Unnamed Entity"
thank, you all for all your help, and responses. so basically unless i do something to reveal my own identity, I am not compromised to my ISP, except some data when going through exit nodes, which from reading this can not be stopped if I have understood correctly."tealsack"
I think you underst
Would it be possible to put onion addresses into the MX record of one of my domains? "Danja"
No. Of course, you can, but nobody will understand this address.
Not even Tor users? Anyway, now that I think about it it is probably not a good idea. I'm afraid that then the onion address could to
It is probably already clear from the replies above, but Tor does NOT defend you from revealing your own identity. It doesn't provide end-to-end encryption on regular servers, the last tor relay (the exit node) sees your traffic comming in and out, except it can't link it to your IP address.
If I understand right, introduction points are accessed by the hidden service with a tor circuit, just like as if you use Tor as a client. I'm not sure if this is really true, but I think they are just exit relays that have to the job of keeping your domain & public key on Hidden Service Directo
I can't find anything like it in the config file, but why would you want to? Are you sure you want to trade in anonymity for whatever it is you want? If you limit your introductory points it might give away some information about your domain.
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