[tor-talk] Which tor friendly provider is more helpful?

Zenaan Harkness zen at freedbms.net
Sat Jul 5 09:21:30 UTC 2014

n 7/5/14, Red Sonja <BM-2cTpEdTADjx2bQf6WuuX1CPER78Sq3xL76 at bitmessage.ch> wrote:
> I have a small site. Smaller than 1M if zipped. It is static. And it
> probably won't get much traffic. So 20Gb storage and 200Gb bandwidth are
> pointless in my case. I would like no ads, no tracking for the reader,
> faster, good uptime, and so on.
> What would you recommend? What do you use? Free of course.

Godaddy and most other domain providers will provide some hosting space.

Also, your home ISP account will often come with 20M space - by the
sound of it massive compared to your needs.

Perhaps buy an OpenWRT compatible router or adsl modem, and run Tor on
that to host your site from home. That's what I would do if I were not
expecting any significant traffic.

(I'm assuming your site content is legal in your jurisdiction, and I'm
kind of pointing out how many assumptions you have left us to make.)

Good luck,

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