[tor-relays] Free Domain for Tor Nodes

Eran Sandler eran at sandler.co.il
Mon Oct 26 07:58:41 UTC 2015

Sounds like a great way to do it.

I do want to make validation against the network, specifically with the
contact info however I don't think there is any validation in the network
as to the values of the email and/or host.

Is there an easy way for me to get a node's public key from itself or the
network? That way they can sign the fingerprint of the node + requested
domain name using their private key and I can verify it with their public


On Sun, Oct 25, 2015 at 9:41 PM Tor Relays at brwyatt.net <tor at brwyatt.net>

> Link requested subdomains to the relay's fingerprint, and require all
> change/update requests to be signed by the node's keys, and have some
> validation that the node can be found on the network (and is an exit
> node). This will ensure only Tor exit nodes can apply, and that nodes
> can only change their own subdomain, and even makes it reletively
> scriptable, if desired.
> On 2015-10-25 12:26, Geoff Down wrote:
> > On Sun, Oct 25, 2015, at 05:49 AM, Eran Sandler wrote:
> >> If so, I'll write a small something that will allow adding new
> >> subdomains
> >> to it. So that you can always add and update subdomains on it.
> >  As long as you don't let other people do that themselves. That would
> > be
> >  open to abuse.
> > GD
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