With the 9.5 update to the Tor Browser, website publishers can now advertise their onion service to Tor users by adding an HTTP header to their webserver of choice.
So if you, the website publisher, offer an alternative .onion address for your users, those that visit your ‘clearnet’ site using the Tor Browser will see a nice violet tag rightmost of their URL / address bar, tag that reads the magic “.onion available” words.
And on first use, the users can opt to use the more secure and private .onion alternate address, instead of the clearnet provided one.
If you use duckduckgo.com (and you should!) over TOR, you will be pleased to know this search engine provides an .onion address as well – https://3g2upl4pq6kufc4m.onion.
By using the .onion version of this search engine, your ISP (or any man in the middle, for that matter) will no longer have any records that you have visited duckduckgo.com at all, since all the routing happens over the TOR network, and not over the ‘clear’ Internet. They will, at best, know that you connected to the TOR network, but will have no clue what you are doing on there, what sites you visit, what terms you are searching, none of that. Continue reading →
TOR. dot Onion. Hidden Services. Dark Net. Dark Web. OpSec. Anonymity. We’ve all heard of these. But what are they? Who runs them? How do they work? Let’s demystify this stuff, step by step, and set up our own legit Hidden Service.
Sometimes people want to buy a car that is new. Ish, I’d advise… Because if you use this information you’ll be the most empowered. And so you’ll be saving heaps of cash to use on more important things. While enjoying having a new car, for all intents and purposes. Continue reading →
or “The non rich Slacker’s definitive report on being cashflow positive”
Let’s face it: being a millennial these days means you’re probably broke, let alone even close to rich. But fret not, my dear broke ass friend, because I’ve found a few ways to at least gtfo the crushing debt we are all faced with.