[tor-dev] atlas.torproject.org question
me at rndm.de
me at rndm.de
Fri Jul 5 17:28:36 UTC 2013
Am 2013-07-05 11:00, schrieb Ian Goldberg:
> On Fri, Jul 05, 2013 at 10:57:28AM -0400, me at rndm.de wrote:
>>> Sleek. ;-)
>>> I thought I saw on this thread that searching for bridges by their
>>> fingerprints is supposed to work, but it does not appear to for
>>> I'm just pasting the hex string (like
>>> "6E2FF9C59A809882E1BAF2BD19508B1079B5C0E4", but that's not my real
>>> from the data/fingerprint file on my bridge into the search bar,
>>> and it
>>> says "No bridge found :(".
>>> Did I misunderstand?
>>> - Ian
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>>> tor-dev at lists.torproject.org
>> Mh do you used your unhashed bridge fingerprint or a hashed one?
>> Afaik it's impossible to search for bridges using the unhashed
>> You could directly query the api with
>> and see if there is an item in the bridges array.
> I used the one in the data/fingerprint file. I thought the suggestion
> guess not?
> - Ian
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> tor-dev at lists.torproject.org
Mh I guess I need to refactor the search input to make it a bit more
clear. Using ?search searches for fingerprints, nicknames or beginning
of ip addresses in relays and nicknames or hashed fingerprints in
Atm I only hash all the requests for bridge or relay details.
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