[tor-talk] Post Quantum Tor
speakeasysky at gmail.com
Sat Jun 2 18:45:20 UTC 2018
Right well I suppose I can see this as a system of routing anonymously to a
key. I was just wondering about using tor ostensibly as a network interface
module and I suppose it could be compiled as a library elf and other
applications can be made for working with certain aspects of tor and
passing structures through ipc.
On Tue, May 29, 2018, 1:51 PM grarpamp <grarpamp at gmail.com> wrote:
> >> was just looking at BGP routing over tor. I'm not sure how to do that
> >> the current implementation over hidden service. I'm having a hard time
> >> working out how to use it as layer 2 and encapsulate things over the
> >> network from one hidden service to another.
> > This is because Tor only provides proxying and exit services at the
> > transit layer. You can't route arbitrary IP packets over Tor, and
> > so you can't, for example, ping or traceroute over Tor.
> > https://www.torproject.org/docs/faq.html.en#TransportIPnotTCP
> > Hidden services, for their part, don't even identify destinations with
> > IP addresses, so there's no prospect of using IP routing protocols to
> > describe routes to them.
> There are ways to do that...
> Yes if you changed the /48, played with NAT, and/or added router
> you could also interface onions end to end with clearnet and things
> like CJDNS / Hyperboria if you wanted to.
> > There have been projects to try to make a router that would automatically
> > proxy all TCP traffic to send it through Tor by default.
> Packet filters, tails, whonix, tor-ramdisk, etc do essentially this
> all the time.
> > that they were supposed to remove linkable identifiers and behaviors.
> > send cookies from non-Tor sessions
> > continue to be highly fingerprintable.
> Then don't do those things.
> They're user issues, not issues of whatever anonymous overlay.
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