[tor-dev]  :-( Retrieving Hidden Service Public-Key ...
gareth.owen at port.ac.uk
Sun Jul 27 07:55:09 UTC 2014
The request to the dirport definitely has to come via tor not via a simple
request to the dirport over the net.
Have a look in the HiddenService class here for an example:
Its fairly easy to use this function if you just want to fetch the
descriptor for an arbitrary HS. Have a look at the repository hidden
service example. You just need a valid TorSocket and then you can call
HiddenService.fetchHSDescriptor () to get it as a string.
On 19 Jul 2014 10:26, "grarpamp" <grarpamp at gmail.com> wrote:
> On Fri, Jul 18, 2014 at 6:35 PM, Achref Akremi <ach.n30 at gmail.com> wrote:
> > onion adress: 3g2upl4pq6kufc4m.onion
> > date: 18 Jul 2014 22:27:20 GMT
> > 1st: compute the v2 descriptor id:
> > > with replicas 0: efa0506e1e5d3f193bf6509e1f4709e6e2322436
> > > with replicas 1: efa0506e1e5d3f193bf6509e1f4709e6e2322436
> > 2nd: find responsible HSdir's:
> > > efa0506e1e5d3f193bf6509e1f4709e6e2322436
> > > pmocek
> > > marcuse1
> > > riptide
> > > fc2c757e88910b3d72594706c477e21f60334a15
> > > torpidsCZwedos
> > > gracefoster
> > > halingrad
> > 3rd: request:
> > > http:// HSdir[IP] : HSdir[DirPort] /tor/rendezvous2/ Desc-ID
> > ^^^^ here i got a 404 response >.<
> > sorry ... if i'm doing something wrong ... if i do tell me :p
> I'm not sure that looks like a v2-desc-id, run in debug mode to see.
> Result may not come unless query dirport from inside over tor
> instead of clearnet. There was some change to that years ago
> I think. Check...
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