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vpnDarknet - tor hidden service

Postby vpnDarknet » Wed Jul 09, 2014 3:36 pm

G'day guys,
As another step towards anonymity I've setup a locally hosted hidden service, a web site only accessible via the tor network.

This has been a learning exercise for me, my first project playing with a Raspberry Pi.

It's a simple landing page, for now, with information of how to contact me securely to purchase access tokens.

If cool, I'd like you guys to test drive it, and feedback any sugestions... as I'm sat next to the box I think my access speeds may be a little biased.

rop3soxaj4ns6avc.onion
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Re: vpnDarknet - tor hidden service

Postby parityboy » Wed Jul 09, 2014 4:28 pm

@vpnDarknet

Speeds seem fine to me - I'm on an 8Mb/1Mb connection, with a torrent client going as well. :) I don't know how difficult this would be to do, but it would probably be nice to have a live Bitcoin/Litecoin/xCoin price in place of the USD price (this is the darknet after all :p). Actually it's pretty simple to do, even without Javascript. :)

One thing I noticed is some garbled characters on the page, specifically

Rooted in Iceland, financials via Québec/First Nations territories


Good job setting this up though, having another payment channel is always a good thing. :D

P.S. Raspberry Pi seems to be a pretty serviceable platform. :)
P.P.S Have you considered a vanity address, like darknetaj4ns6avc.onion maybe? :D

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Re: vpnDarknet - tor hidden service

Postby vpnDarknet » Thu Jul 10, 2014 3:00 pm

Thanks for the feed back man :D

Funny Montreal looked ok in nano, now fixed.

I've added a little more content, although will try and add the wiki this weekend.

And the Pi is a choice piece of cheap, but more than adequate, bit of kit :shock:
I've a few ideas of projects, but more than happy for suggestions related to CS on the Onion network
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Re: vpnDarknet - tor hidden service

Postby Fermi » Thu Jul 10, 2014 10:34 pm

Hi again vpnDarknet,

Nice job and a nice idea, we only can favor this initiative ... .
Loading speeds are decent.
I think there's still something is going on with some characters:
'Instead, your token is your “ticket for the ride,” for unlimited 24/7 cryptostorm protection.'

Raspberry Pi is a good platform, being excellent for this purpose. I have two running @ home, one as an internet radio (several sources on this topic on the net). The other one as a LAMP server, and something else ... .

Thanks and keep up the good work!

Greetz,

/Fermi

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Re: vpnDarknet - tor hidden service

Postby vpnDarknet » Fri Jul 11, 2014 10:46 am

Chur dude ,
It looks like the issue was not having <meta charset="utf-8"> set was causing the fonts to weird out when deviating from numbers and basic alphabet, all good now :D
A dual purpose of this Pi is as a wifi router, with all of the traffic piped through tor, I would like to set it up to send it all through CS, but not sure if I can achieve all with one bit of kit.

I did have another Pi... in fact I still do.

But I plug some cables incorrectly onto the board, and all of the magic smoke escaped, so now it's just a piece of objet d'art :roll:
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Re: vpnDarknet - tor hidden service

Postby Tealc » Mon Jul 14, 2014 1:25 am

vpnDarknet wrote:Chur dude ,
It looks like the issue was not having <meta charset="utf-8"> set was causing the fonts to weird out when deviating from numbers and basic alphabet, all good now :D
A dual purpose of this Pi is as a wifi router, with all of the traffic piped through tor, I would like to set it up to send it all through CS, but not sure if I can achieve all with one bit of kit.

I did have another Pi... in fact I still do.

But I plug some cables incorrectly onto the board, and all of the magic smoke escaped, so now it's just a piece of objet d'art :roll:


I have a PI with a wifi dongle and his normal ethernet port, and I'm sending all my trafic into the CS :thumbup:
The problem is actually the configuration of the IPtables (and yes you do need that), there are some scripts in the www that would try to do that for you, simply by answering some questions about your system, like the name of Ethernet and wifi adapters, the network mask and all that.
After having this working you should go ahead and configure openvpn, and them another problem with IPtables, since you need to masquerade some stuff and redirect another stuff, the principle is basic, all IN/OUT VPN traffic truth eth0 (or whatever eth) and redirect wifi traffic to the tun0 (or whatever name openvpn will give it), and all IN/OUT from tun0 to wifi.

I have to say that I've got a lot of trouble putting this to work, and at the very begging I simply accepted all ports/protocols in IPtables to figure out if it was possible to make this.... and it was.... I saw some tutorials in some tech forums but it was always a pain.

A side note, don't forget you also have the firewall from your router/modem.... eheh

This is the script I use... it's cool and it's almost 98% of the problems resolve http://iptables.xn--rzeniczak-sbc.pl/

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Re: vpnDarknet - tor hidden service

Postby Cryptoishard » Thu Apr 07, 2016 2:47 pm

The onion is down. I went to buy a token from you and it appears offline to me.


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