I just have the hidden service listen on the same port as http/https
Alec Muffett <alec.muff...@gmail.com> skrev: (17 september 2016 22:50:17 CEST)
>One of the questions I get asked lots is "How [do I] set up a Onion
>be an Onion equivalent to my [normal WWW website]?"
>Some people call these "onion mirrors" or "onion copies" of [a website]
>but I feel that those are narrow, perjorative and incorrect
>Some websites you access over HTTP, some over HTTPS, and nowadays some
>them you will access over Onions.
>So, for me these are "Websites accessed over Onions" - or simply "Onion
>Sites" because I am old enough to remember "$PROTOCOL sites" for values
>$PROTOCOL including: https, http, gopher, ftp...
>But how do you set them up? It's pretty simple and I am documenting
>testing a process.
>The first of (probably several) documents has been posted at:
>...and has been written for people who are comfy setting up a simple
>Server instance in a virtualised environment or on (say) AWS.
>The goal of the document is to build an educational,
>"playpen" onion site which uses "man in the middle"
>rewriting to make a normal website available as an onion site; this is
>a technique that I would typically recommend for production use* - but
>great for messing around, learning, and starting to see how Onions are
>If you like the document and would like to see some prior discussion
>diagrams, read also:
>My next document will probably drill into the matter of how subdomains
>with onion sites, and how to modify the process from the first document
>experiment with supporting multiple subdomains.
> - alec
>* although last time I checked I think, Ubuntu and perhaps ProPublica
>doing this, but rather more professionally than I describe here.
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