[tor-dev] Docker images for help people to run Tor

Alessandro Fiori alefiori3 at gmail.com
Thu Mar 28 22:57:46 UTC 2019

Hi, and thanks for reply!
I added a line in the dedicated page, and modified the README.md on GitHub
for more specific informations to the users.

I've decided to release two scripts (I'm releasing for Ubuntu too), for run
an Exit Relay or Hidden Service then, with Docker image.

If needed, let me know if there would be useful  releasing an image of a

I will add more informations in the following days, for more explanations
and specific infos about building process.
I have decided to release only scripts or text file (for build process and
pull process), and no binaries, to keep processes transparent and

The next step for me is writing to forums and IRC, so people can review the
I would like to meet the best practices to provide a robust and secure
service under all aspects.

Another further step will be to contact Docker and try to achieve the
"Verified Publisher" or "Official Image" status, to keep the User Trust up.

Official Images have automated security scans, so it can be a benefit to

I hope this can be useful, let me know!

Kind regards (and thanks for your hard work... really!)

Il giorno gio 28 mar 2019 alle ore 13:46 Chelsea Holland Komlo <
me at chelseakomlo.com> ha scritto:

> Hi,
> Thanks for this information and putting this together! Making relays
> easier to run is always a helpful thing to us.
> We have a wiki page to aggregate relay infrastructure projects such as
> this. If you can add your projects to this page (and any required
> instructions), that would be great.
> https://trac.torproject.org/projects/tor/wiki/community/relay_infrastructure
> Thanks for the contribution!
> Chelsea
> On 2019-03-27 21:18, Alessandro Fiori wrote:
> > Hi, I'm an Italian developer who want to help development and grow up
> > the Tor network.
> > I would like to share with you an idea to grow up the Tor Network.
> > Working with Docker, i have released two images, a Tor Exit Relay
> > image (named "tor-relay") and an image (named "torworld-template").
> > The idea is to use Docker and build images for facilitate users to run
> > a Tor Relay or an Hidden Service.
> > The two images are located on Docker Hub in this locations:
> >
> > Tor Exit Relay: https://hub.docker.com/r/alessandrofiori/tor-relay
> > Tor Machine Template:
> > https://hub.docker.com/r/alessandrofiori/torworld-template
> >
> > If you want to see how the images are built, please check the
> > following Dockerfile
> >
> > Tor Exit Relay:
> >
> https://raw.githubusercontent.com/randomtable/ChimeraOS/master/DockerFile-Tor-Relay
> > Tor Machine Template:
> >
> https://raw.githubusercontent.com/randomtable/ChimeraOS/master/DockerFile-Tor-World
> >
> > If you want to see how i automate the build and push process, please
> > check the following script:
> >
> > Process with system cleanup:
> >
> https://raw.githubusercontent.com/randomtable/ChimeraOS/master/build-script.bat
> > Process for rolling release:
> >
> https://raw.githubusercontent.com/randomtable/ChimeraOS/master/build-rolling.bat
> >
> > Actually i'm working in a Windows environment, i will release ubuntu
> > scripts soon.
> >
> > I would like to share with everyone, so if this can be helpful, this
> > can be a starting point for build up images for help people to run
> > relays or hidden services.
> >
> > This kind of approach can be reduce costs for people who want to run a
> > relay or an hidden service, and can be an help for building a more
> > censorship-resistant platform, by using a Docker Swarm, and
> > replicating instances.
> >
> > Waiting for your reply as soon as possible, i'm very curious if this
> > project can be helpful for Tor Project!
> >
> > Kind regards (and thanks for your hard work)
> > Alessandro Fiori
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> > tor-dev at lists.torproject.org
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