[tor-dev] non-anonymous ephemeral onion services with stem

teor teor2345 at gmail.com
Tue Jan 24 03:01:53 UTC 2017

> On 10 Jan 2017, at 09:17, teor <teor2345 at gmail.com> wrote:
>> For example, maybe I want to use OnionShare to send my friend a 2GB
>> video clip, but anonymity doesn't matter to me. My friend and I already
>> know who each other are, and I'm not concerned about leaking what we're
>> doing, I just don't want to leak the plaintext video footage. In this
>> case, I might want to use a non-anonymous onion service just to make the
>> file transfer faster.
> Ok, so you trust your friend with your IP and onion address in this use
> case.
> But do you also trust the entire Tor network?

I opened a ticket for the OnionShare single onion service use case:

We'll see what we can do, and try to work out the anonymity implications
of leaking your IP address to the intro and rendezvous points.


Tim Wilson-Brown (teor)

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