[tor-dev] Draft of proposal "Stop HS address enumeration by HSDirs"
moritz at torservers.net
Sat Aug 17 05:51:28 UTC 2013
On 17.08.2013 07:34, Matthew Finkel wrote:
>> An ed25519 public key is 32 bytes. 32 bytes in base32 encoding is 56
>> characters (or 52 with the '=' padding removed). Do we want a
>> different URL encoding or are we happy with addresses like:
>> mfrggzdfmztwq2lknnwg23tpobyxe43uov3ho6dzpjaueq2eivda.onion ?
> What was the other encoding that Dan tested? Was that one shorter but
> with crazier characters, maybe?
"Y64 is a base64 variant used at Yahoo! when base64 information needs to
be transmitted as part of a GET request. Regular base64 has three
characters that aren’t URL-safe: plus (+), slash (/), and equals (=).
Y64 encoding replaces these with dot (.), underscore (_), and dash (-),
Or would case sensitivity be too crazy?
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