[tor-dev] Proposition: Applying an AONT to Prop224 addresses?

Alec Muffett alec.muffett at gmail.com
Mon Apr 3 15:40:52 UTC 2017

On 3 Apr 2017 3:48 p.m., "Ian Goldberg" <iang at cs.uwaterloo.ca> wrote:

The other thing to remember is that didn't we already say that




will mean the same thing?  So we're already past the "one (st)ring to
rule them all" point?

That's a great point, and I'm definitely interested and in favour of

How about this, though: I know that Tor doesn't want to be in the business
of site reputation, but what if (eg) Protonmail offers a Onion "Safe
Browsing" extension some day, of known-bad Onions for malware reasons?

There's quite a gulf between stripping hyphens from a candidate onion
address and doing strcmp(), versus either drilling into the candidate
address to compute the alternative forms to check against the blacklist, or
even requiring the blacklist to be 8x larger?

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