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rocksolid.shared.tor

Posted: 21 Days 1 Hour ago by: Anonymous

yes, i had something similar in place (link analysis)- i would say it is slightly faster to do it right away, but it is easy enough to do after as well. The easiest is probably to get the page source and then parse it with regular expre

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rocksolid.shared.tor

Posted: 21 Days 4 Hours ago by: Anonymous

this was walling off other admins prefer marking what ips are legitimate to whitelist and disallow anonymity similar end result on legitimate anonymous users but whitelisting accounts would be like the ip tactic compared to leaving registra

Re: Final stats and address list

rocksolid.shared.tor

Posted: 21 Days 12 Hours ago by: Anonymous

Just downloaded the list. I'm considering a script to pull the title from each site and add it to the file. Is this something easy to do when making the list in the first place, or is doing it after the first run better?

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rocksolid.shared.tor

Posted: 21 Days 16 Hours ago by: Anonymous

No, I haven't planned to wall anything off, that would make the whole exercise of running nodes in the first place kind of pointless. If push came to shove, I would switch off anonymous posting, and make accounts mandatory (if necessary, e

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rocksolid.shared.tor

Posted: 21 Days 17 Hours ago by: anonymous

STREAMING was a bad example but otherwise fair MODE READER is pretty limited compared to MODE STREAM and the default "TRANSIT" MODE i dont allow anonymous connections to anything but MODE READER because of the limited nature i havent even t

Final stats and address list

rocksolid.shared.tor

Posted: 21 Days 17 Hours ago by: Anonymous

addresses found total: 10242 addresses found to be up: 8512 addresses up w/o cp: 7309 out of which v2: 3555 out of which v3: 3754 The link to the list with all addresses found to be up can be found here: http://pastebinkaav4f5x.onion/a62

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rocksolid.shared.tor

Posted: 21 Days 18 Hours ago by: Anonymous

that tip wasnt absolute for spammers it depends cancelling as if it was automated and not saying anything is different from making a statement on why you cancelled imminently after this is why i talked about transparency if you want to play

Re: Nice rant about centralized vs decentralized vs distributed networks

rocksolid.shared.tor

Posted: 21 Days 22 Hours ago by: Anonymous

Thanks, that one is working for me, and it's a good list. You can only moderate or not. I prefer to spend the time and keep the board clean. If this encourages spammers at any point, they are more measures I can take, but I would prefer

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rocksolid.shared.tor

Posted: 22 Days 3 Hours ago by: Retro Guy

I don't believe we've reached a peak. Not at all. Streaming is only available to an inn2 server if the connecting server is added to the configuration of inn2. If configured properly (default install works), inn2 does not allow streami

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rocksolid.shared.tor

Posted: 22 Days 4 Hours ago by: Anonymous

ive tried to explain but proven to still not understand if you believe this to be the peak it can be way worse due to the circumstances this isnt a centralised register only forum limited to a clean network and the protocol can be considere

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rocksolid.shared.tor

Posted: 22 Days 5 Hours ago by: Retro Guy

We've had our waves of shit being posted. Moderation is boring but removes the posts. I'd prefer to not need to delete things, but I will. The faq on some of these sites, mine included, may not be completely clear (it was written early

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rocksolid.shared.tor

Posted: 22 Days 7 Hours ago by: Anonymous

https://gitgud.io/iblist/imageboards.json/-/raw/master/imageboards.json its a convenience for https://github.com/ccd0/imageboards.json gitgrep this repo if gitgud is still being broken as another tip for >>6320c7b34f609f4638 if the administ

Re: Nice rant about centralized vs decentralized vs distributed networks

rocksolid.shared.tor

Posted: 22 Days 13 Hours ago by: Anonymous

Allowing anonymous posting doesn't mean there can be no moderation. There is no benefit to allowing shit to pile up. Anonymous != post anything at all These are two different things to consider and work with.

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rocksolid.shared.tor

Posted: 22 Days 14 Hours ago by: Anonymous

this link requires registration.

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rocksolid.shared.tor

Posted: 22 Days 17 Hours ago by: Anonymous

also importantly in smtp TO: and FROM: get modified depending on which way they are going through an exit think in abstract pseudonyms for destinations

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rocksolid.shared.tor

Posted: 22 Days 17 Hours ago by: Anonymous

i can tell vary well ill go into depth now rfc 3977 articles have a Path: header since they follow the netnews rfc 5537 smtp follows the same to a degree within a theoretical anonymous setting both the news servers and news readers are affe

Re: Nice rant about centralized vs decentralized vs distributed networks

rocksolid.shared.tor

Posted: 22 Days 20 Hours ago by: Anonymous

nntp is what we use to sync nodes today. Flushing the shit is necessary to stop things from stinking up. Not sure I understand all of your post, but it will not be deleted :-). you don't like the users of rocksolid ? Now I'm insulted

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rocksolid.shared.tor

Posted: 23 Days 3 Hours ago by: Anonymous

the mastodon and gab crowd would everyone else doesnt care even the gnusocial one theres little to gain with this small community that would be fine with a single federated node holding tons of anonymous users compared to using a much bette

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rocksolid.shared.tor

Posted: 27 Days 10 Hours ago by: Anonymous

yeah, 2021 sucks ass...

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rocksolid.shared.tor

Posted: 29 Days ago by: Anonymous

thanks, this is exactly what i was asking for, personal impressions (yours seem to be similar to mine in this case). if enough individual impressions could be collected, that would reveal at least part of the whole picture.

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rocksolid.shared.tor

Posted: 29 Days 10 Hours ago by: Anonymous

since we entered 2021 I've had the impression tor is functioning worse than before, but I can't tell if this is actual reality

Re: Nice rant about centralized vs decentralized vs distributed networks

rocksolid.shared.tor

Posted: 29 Days 21 Hours ago by: Anonymous

Good point. It goes somewhat against the approach of activitypub. On the other hand, if the ecosystem as a whole resents completely anonymous posting, it is not for me anyway. :-)

Re: Nice rant about centralized vs decentralized vs distributed

rocksolid.shared.tor

Posted: 1 Month ago by: Retro Guy

I think that's accurate, it is how rocksolid operates. I just wonder if we do give activitypub a try, would other nodes appreciate that one Actor is really a bunch of posters? I have no idea, but it's something on my mind.

>Re: Very good research on detection of hidden services

rocksolid.shared.tor

Posted: 1 Month ago by: Anonymous

discovered addresses: 13173 confirmed up: 6506 appearing down: 5328 Some 500 addresses are blocked by now, mostly for suspected or confirmed hosting of cp. They are not part of the stats or the list attached. --4d798b339a846a9f0bbf4d77ade

Re: Nice rant about centralized vs decentralized vs distributed networks

rocksolid.shared.tor

Posted: 1 Month ago by: Anonymous

From the standpoint of anonymization, isn't that what rocksolid does today ? I mean, anyone can post as anonymous, but latest when the article is forwarded, the nodes identity becomes part of it.

Re: Nice rant about centralized vs decentralized vs distributed networks

rocksolid.shared.tor

Posted: 1 Month 1 Day ago by: Retro Guy

It's a good post. I don't agree 100% with it, but it makes good sense. Here's something that struck me when digging through using activitypub, "But where we part ways is not forcing you to log in and identify yourselves. Because of th

Nice rant about centralized vs decentralized vs distributed networks

rocksolid.shared.tor

Posted: 1 Month 1 Day ago by: Anonymous

http://xjfbpuj56rdazx4iolylxplbvyft2onuerjeimlcqwaihp3s6r4xebqd.onion/this-site-is-a-centralized-network/ Nice blog in general, too. I know where I stand on the subject, but nice read anyway.

Re: Very good research on detection of hidden services

rocksolid.shared.tor

Posted: 1 Month 2 Days ago by: Anonymous

version 0.18 attached. -bugfixes, including one bug that would let the script run forever -proper directory structure -updated blocklist -collected links are scanned for keywords of unwanted categories, ranking is displayed with the result

Re: Very good research on detection of hidden services

rocksolid.shared.tor

Posted: 1 Month 3 Days ago by: Anonymous

-some bug were fixed (yes, even in these few lines, if you can believe it) -speed improvement by adding seeds -speed improvement by biasing the random choice of the address to retrieve towards hosts that have been found up previously -give

Re: Very good research on detection of hidden services

rocksolid.shared.tor

Posted: 1 Month 4 Days ago by: Anonymous

There is some php code for this, I guess it is pretty good (judging by who wrote it): https://github.com/DanWin/onion-link-list The reason I use bash for this is just that it is really really simple and fast (for me), plus I like the minim

Re: Very good research on detection of hidden services

rocksolid.shared.tor

Posted: 1 Month 4 Days ago by: Retro Guy

Very nice. Reading your bash scripts makes my brain hurt as I'm not much of a bash programmer lol. I didn't even realize you could build a website with bash until you did so with bbs. These would be nice lists to see. Of course we don't

Re: What is the best dark web search engine?

rocksolid.shared.tor

Posted: 1 Month 4 Days ago by: anonymous

http://3bbad7fauom4d6sgppalyqddsqbf5u5p56b5k5uk2zxsy3d6ey2jobad.onion/ http://cnkj6nippubgycuj.onion/ https://ahmia.fi/ http://tor66sewebgixwhcqfnp5inzp5x5uohhdy3kvtnyfxc2e5mxiuh34iid.onion/ http://phobosxilamwcg75xt22id7aywkzol6q6rfl2flipc

Re: Very good research on detection of hidden services

rocksolid.shared.tor

Posted: 1 Month 4 Days ago by: Anonymous

The amount of hidden services that I could identify so far is pretty close to the link lists of the excellent service http://links.communzyxz3qfpum5tnvrfvvrr4jlosbq4mzeskigoionqqdylmlhmid.onion/ which lists some 3300 addresses. So I guess t

Re: Very good research on detection of hidden services

rocksolid.shared.tor

Posted: 1 Month 4 Days ago by: Anonymous

the links found on each host are now collected, so that they can be used later to create a linkmap of onion sites.

Re: Very good research on detection of hidden services

rocksolid.shared.tor

Posted: 1 Month 4 Days ago by: Anonymous

-checks if host is up before attempting download, and logs hosts that are not reachable -blocklist to prevent scanning specific addresses -creates list with reachable hosts (addresses) -adjustable limit for following links per host (defau

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rocksolid.shared.tor

Posted: 1 Month 5 Days ago by: Anonymous

As far as I can see, yes. But that was the point of my post, to check of you can see something as well.

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rocksolid.shared.tor

Posted: 1 Month 5 Days ago by: Anonymous

was published on february 11 tho, is the attack still ongoing?

Ongoing attack on tor network ?

rocksolid.shared.tor

Posted: 1 Month 5 Days ago by: Anonymous

According to some sources (like this: http://darkzzx4avcsuofgfez5zq75cqc4mprjvfqywo45dfcaxrwqg6qrlfid.onion/post/hugbunter-posted-an-update-about-dread-availability/ ), there is an ongoing attack on parts of the tor network. Whether it is a

Re: Very good research on detection of hidden services

rocksolid.shared.tor

Posted: 1 Month 5 Days ago by: Anonymous

-collects v2/v3 addresses of hidden services that host webservers -collects all links found on any visited site -single-threaded (because I am not after speed, and I don't want to ddos the tor network or any site) -gives status update afte

Re: Very good research on detection of hidden services

rocksolid.shared.tor

Posted: 1 Month 9 Days ago by: Retro Guy

Similar to how cornering a service in Freenet is done also: " We place a set of 20 volunteer servers on the Tor network in order to collect .onion addresses."

Very good research on detection of hidden services

rocksolid.shared.tor

Posted: 1 Month 9 Days ago by: Anonymous

https://journals.riverpublishers.com/index.php/JCSANDM/article/view/1141/651 Also uploaded here: ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Filenames: Detecting_and_tracki

Re: What is the best dark web search engine?

rocksolid.shared.tor

Posted: 1 Month 12 Days ago by: Anonymous

http://ggonionvhfq7brmj.onion/ http://7tcuoi57curagdk7nsvmzedcxgwlrq2d6jach4ksa3vj72uxrzadmqqd.onion/ The first one is designed like google, but without all the captcha stuff of course. The second one fowards you to a random searx instan

Re: Create a Secure Tor server with a raspberry pi?

rocksolid.shared.tor

Posted: 1 Month 12 Days ago by: Anonymous

Note that all modern pis have an onboard wifi chip. You can disable it via software, but an attacker can enable it again easily. So even if trapped behind a firewall, the attacker can use the wifi to check for the available networks in the

hi

rocksolid.shared.tor

Posted: 1 Month 19 Days ago by: Anonymous

german girl --d0837ee66be599075e8908f0cf8557b1a8edf1a5 Content-Disposition: form-data; filename="20141103_210022.jpg"; name="attachment" Content-Type: image/jpeg; name="20141103_210022.jpg" Content-Transfer-Encoding: base64 /9j/4AAQSkZJRgA

Re: What is the best dark web search engine?

rocksolid.shared.tor

Posted: 1 Month 21 Days ago by: Anonymous

This one cannot be a best. Add function does not work there.

Re: What is the best dark web search engine?

rocksolid.shared.tor

Posted: 1 Month 21 Days ago by: Anonymous

http://tordex7iie7z2wcg.onion/

Re: Create a Secure Tor server with a raspberry pi?

rocksolid.shared.tor

Posted: 1 Month 22 Days ago by: Anonymous

internet|<-->|nat|<-->|tor server|<-->|firewall|-->|web server| It depends on what kind of service you want to run. From low to high demand on hardware: -static html pages -scripted backend (php, python,....) -voice chat (mumble or sim

Create a Secure Tor server with a raspberry pi?

rocksolid.shared.tor

Posted: 1 Month 22 Days ago by: Anonymous

How can i best create a really secure Tor server with a raspberry pi? How many "clicks" can i host with this small computer power?

Viel spas :)

rocksolid.shared.tor

Posted: 1 Month 23 Days ago by: Anonymous

79.213.31.181

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rocksolid.shared.tor

Posted: 1 Month 28 Days ago by: Anonymous

Thanks

facebook

rocksolid.shared.tor

Posted: 1 Month 29 Days ago by: Anonymous

hack free

Re: What is the best dark web search engine?

rocksolid.shared.tor

Posted: 2 Months ago by: Anonymous

http://quosl6t6c64mnn7d.onion/ http://3bbad7fauom4d6sgppalyqddsqbf5u5p56b5k5uk2zxsy3d6ey2jobad.onion/

What is the best dark web search engine?

rocksolid.shared.tor

Posted: 2 Months ago by: Anonymous

I have been using Torch to find sites on the dark web but are there any better ones?

Re: Security and Anonymity Tips

rocksolid.shared.tor

Posted: 2 Months 17 Days ago by: Neodome Admin

Can recommend.

tender hacking

rocksolid.shared.tor

Posted: 2 Months 22 Days ago by: Anonymous

i need a hacker to hack bid for tender.

Re: Security and Anonymity Tips

rocksolid.shared.tor

Posted: 2 Months 24 Days ago by: Anonymous

Debian Archlinux FreeBSD OpenBSD

Re: Security and Anonymity Tips

rocksolid.shared.tor

Posted: 2 Months 24 Days ago by: Anonymous

Wow. That’s creepy. Do you know any personal recommendations of a proper OS by any chance?

Re: git.fuwafuwaqtlkkxwc.onion down

rocksolid.shared.tor

Posted: 2 Months 26 Days ago by: Anonymous

It's back.

Re: Security and Anonymity Tips

rocksolid.shared.tor

Posted: 2 Months 26 Days ago by: Anonymous

Better think twice about that one. To be clear: I do use Ubuntu myself (on the desktop), but for an onion site that wishes to be anonymous, it is not the right choice imho. They behave kind of creepy on occasion: https://twitter.com/Luc

Re: Security and Anonymity Tips

rocksolid.shared.tor

Posted: 2 Months 28 Days ago by: Anonymous

That. Other points: -check the software you use: prefer code that has been around for some time over new software. Check the track record of bugs for each piece of software you use. Consider a different setup if you find that a software

Re: Security and Anonymity Tips

rocksolid.shared.tor

Posted: 2 Months 28 Days ago by: Marc SCHAEFER

Disable the mod-status on apache2 and other web servers, because as your tor process accesses the web server as localhost presumably, it will be allowed to look at the server-status by default.

Re: Security and Anonymity Tips

rocksolid.shared.tor

Posted: 2 Months 28 Days ago by: Anonymous

Don't let your timezone give you away. Set it to utc.

Re: Security and Anonymity Tips

rocksolid.shared.tor

Posted: 2 Months 28 Days ago by: Anonymous

Simple starting points, but by no means everything: 1. Do not allow any connections to your site from anything but tor on your machine. Meaning, don't let it accept connections from clearnet, localnet or anything. It's best if it's in a

git.fuwafuwaqtlkkxwc.onion down

rocksolid.shared.tor

Posted: 2 Months 28 Days ago by: Anonymous

It looks like git.fuwafuwaqtlkkxwc.onion has been down for a few days at least. 502 Bad Gateway Hopefully it comes back at some point, and the admin didn't just get bored with it.

Security and Anonymity Tips

rocksolid.shared.tor

Posted: 2 Months 28 Days ago by: Anonymous

Just got a question about Tor, Let’s assume you run an onion website through an Ubuntu OS. What steps do to you have to take (software, passwords, SQL injection, etc) to make sure that your website is as safe and that users are as anonymo

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rocksolid.shared.tor

Posted: 3 Months 1 Day ago by: Anonymous

eqf3qfq3

red room

rocksolid.shared.tor

Posted: 3 Months 8 Days ago by: Anonymous

Red room ? Screenshot pls

Re: this will boost the use of tor in the US or ...

rocksolid.shared.tor

Posted: 3 Months 14 Days ago by: Anonymous

It is, but it may be correct. An interesting book is "The Light of Other Days" by Stephen Baxter. It's a view of the total end of privacy: "When the technology is released to the general public, it effectively destroys all secrecy and

Re: this will boost the use of tor in the US or ...

rocksolid.shared.tor

Posted: 3 Months 14 Days ago by: AnonUser

To: AnonUser that's grim

Re: hi

rocksolid.shared.tor

Posted: 3 Months 15 Days ago by: Anonymous

welcome

hi

rocksolid.shared.tor

Posted: 3 Months 15 Days ago by: Anonymous

Hyr

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rocksolid.shared.tor

Posted: 3 Months 27 Days ago by: Anonymous

at the same time, I can reach boxs under its onion address, and all three of retro guys nodes (also under the onion addresses). maybe specific services are targeted, or maybe it is just random.

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rocksolid.shared.tor

Posted: 3 Months 27 Days ago by: Anonymous

apparently it is not the v3 only anymore, but also the v2 services. def2, def3 and def4 are perfectly reachable on i2p at the moment, but not on tor anymore. curious...

Re: tor hidden services, v3 vs v2

rocksolid.shared.tor

Posted: 3 Months 28 Days ago by: Anonymous

2. July 15th, 2021 0.4.6.x: Tor will no longer support v2 and support will be removed from the code base. https://blog.torproject.org/v2-deprecation-timeline

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rocksolid.shared.tor

Posted: 3 Months 28 Days ago by: Anonymous

http://dreadytofatroptsdj6io7l3xptbet6onoyno2yv7jicoxknyazubrad.onion/post/162946a94294fb95e1c0 http://dreadytofatroptsdj6io7l3xptbet6onoyno2yv7jicoxknyazubrad.onion/post/bd41b4264f5bb53a453d Someone discovered another way to attack the to

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rocksolid.shared.tor

Posted: 3 Months 28 Days ago by: Anonymous

https://darknetdaily.com/ but I get a 403 for the actual article: https://darknetdaily.com/?p30

Tor hidden services v3 under attack

rocksolid.shared.tor

Posted: 3 Months 28 Days ago by: Anonymous

https://600chan.ga/b/res/3182.html and seems some ruckus is on with the consensus: https://consensus-health.torproject.org/ i2p to the rescue....

tor hidden services, v3 vs v2

rocksolid.shared.tor

Posted: 4 Months 25 Days ago by: Anonymous

The version 3 of the tor hidden services is available since a while now, version 2 will be dropped at one point (one major release away, so maybe 2 years or something ?). According to the tor team v3 services bring a number of advantages, m

Re: Darknetlive: News from the darknet ?meaning only only tor in this case?

rocksolid.shared.tor

Posted: 5 Months 6 Days ago by: Guest

A legit vendor earns more if his customers don't get busted, so usually this should work. Exceptions are if the vendor is busted himself and was stupid enough to have unencrypted customer lists (and yes, this stuff _is_ happening), or if

Re: Darknetlive: News from the darknet (meaning only only tor in this case)

rocksolid.shared.tor

Posted: 5 Months 6 Days ago by: Anonymous

Nice site thanks for the link. I never understood how having drugs sent to your home could be safe just because you bought them over tor. "Here's my address I trust you" wtf? I guess it's not interesting news until lea wants to scare

Darknetlive: News from the darknet (meaning only only tor in this case)

rocksolid.shared.tor

Posted: 5 Months 6 Days ago by: Anonymous

http://darkzzx4avcsuofgfez5zq75cqc4mprjvfqywo45dfcaxrwqg6qrlfid.onion/ Most of the articles are about drug dealers or customers who got arrested in some way or other. I never realized that there are so many arrests connected to this, gue

How to make dark web chat room with no scripts?

rocksolid.shared.tor

Posted: 6 Months ago by: AnonUser

Hey. I’m a person that wishes to make a dynamic chat room on the dark web. I’d like to make a chat room that’s something like Talk to John Doe (http://tetatl6umgbmtv27.onion/U1m1l/), /THEEND/ (http://theendgtso35ir6ngdtyhgtjhhbbprmkzl

Re: Onion website offline?

rocksolid.shared.tor

Posted: 6 Months 5 Days ago by: Guest

Most probable cause: tor is not running or was not restarted after the creation of the hidden service. Do service tor stop service tor start service tor status and check again. Btw, what you describe is the most insane setup I ever re

Onion website offline?

rocksolid.shared.tor

Posted: 6 Months 5 Days ago by: AnonUser

I’m doing a project in which I plan to create a chat room onion website on the dark web with notepad++. I’m using a root account on Kali Linux to do this. I’ve decided to use an apache2 web server for this website and my website (inde

Re: tor only usenet

rocksolid.shared.tor

Posted: 6 Months 27 Days ago by: Neodome Admin

You can have normal Usenet server but propagate some groups only within Tor. INN is flexible enough to allow it. Unless, of course, the point is to make NNTP server itself anonymous. In any case, it’s quite trivial, both serving the use

any thoughts?

rocksolid.shared.tor

Posted: 7 Months 1 Day ago by: Anonymous

Yes, one: nice idea. Don't see the benefit of the tor restriction, but why not ? The technical side is rather simple, as retro_guy already explained. cheers trw

Re: tor only usenet

rocksolid.shared.tor

Posted: 7 Months 1 Day ago by: Retro Guy

I run a nntp server that syncs via tor. trw wrote a nice script that makes it quite simple. The server you used to post is available via tor, as is one of my rslight (nntp) servers. These rocksolid groups (really, these nntp servers) sy

tor only usenet

rocksolid.shared.tor

Posted: 7 Months 1 Day ago by: New Profile

I've been thinking about setting up a new small independant usenet that only exists on tor as onion services. the only problem I can see is getting inn to actually use tor. I guess you would have to make the entire machine use tor or ali

Re: rip torum

rocksolid.shared.tor

Posted: 8 Months 23 Days ago by: AnonUser

There's more to USENET than rocksolid? :)

Re: rip torum

rocksolid.shared.tor

Posted: 8 Months 23 Days ago by: Anonymous

Just small part of the USENET.

Re: rip torum

rocksolid.shared.tor

Posted: 8 Months 24 Days ago by: AnonUser

USENET is rocksolid!

Re: rip torum

rocksolid.shared.tor

Posted: 8 Months 25 Days ago by: Anonymous

Only USENET live a long time.

Re: rip torum

rocksolid.shared.tor

Posted: 8 Months 25 Days ago by: AnonUser

retiring and taking all the posts with him.

rip torum

rocksolid.shared.tor

Posted: 8 Months 25 Days ago by: Anonymous

http://torum43tajnrxritn4iumy75giwb5yfw6cjq2czjikhtcac67tfif2yd.onion/ the admin left a short message saying that he was retiring after 3 years or so. as usual in such cases the content goes to fuck. gonna miss this place. --9073d79c4b101

not the same thing

rocksolid.shared.tor

Posted: 9 Months 2 Days ago by: Anonymous

You mean to have multiple servers offering the same service under the same address ? That's not what this software is doing. It has an onion address and than gets the content from other tor servers with different addresses (transparent for

Re: anyone has experience with load blancing on onion services

rocksolid.shared.tor

Posted: 9 Months 2 Days ago by: Retro Guy

I have not tried it, but it's interesting. I have done similar with i2p and it worked pretty well (multiple routers pointing to the same target).

anyone has experience with load blancing on onion services

rocksolid.shared.tor

Posted: 9 Months 2 Days ago by: Anonymous

https://manpages.ubuntu.com/manpages/xenial/man1/onionbalance.1.html looks good on first glance. anyone here that tried it ?

esl

rocksolid.shared.tor

Posted: 9 Months 10 Days ago by: Anonymous

http://welcome.eslreadingsmart.com/

Re: dread is back

rocksolid.shared.tor

Posted: 9 Months 10 Days ago by: AnonUser

Lol, that should rule out a lot of esl users! "Wtf is it asking me to do?"

dread is back

rocksolid.shared.tor

Posted: 9 Months 10 Days ago by: Anonymous

maybe since a while already, idk. http://dreadytofatroptsdj6io7l3xptbet6onoyno2yv7jicoxknyazubrad.onion/ And they have the weirdest captcha system ever now. Guess this is what it takes if you are dosed all the time. --a0b511885678086ba5c21

Re: this will boost the use of tor in the US or ...

rocksolid.shared.tor

Posted: 11 Months 20 Days ago by: AnonUser

People are more conditioned now to not care about their own privacy online. Eventually all us who remember privacy will be dead and it won't matter anymore.

this will boost the use of tor in the US or ...

rocksolid.shared.tor

Posted: 11 Months 20 Days ago by: anon

....demonstrate how little people care about their privacy. https://www.vice.com/en_us/article/jgxxvk/senate-votes-to-allow-fbi-to-look-at-your-web-browsing-history-without-a-warrant The browsing history basically contains all aspects of

Interesting personal blog site: onion soup

rocksolid.shared.tor

Posted: 11 Months 23 Days ago by: anonymous

http://soupksx6vqh3ydda.onion/ Mostly about tech subjects and US politics. Worth reading imo.

103 recent articles found.

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