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Anonymous Admin 03/05/2022 (Sat) 17:37:50 [Preview] No.11960 del
All Tor posters counts as one, and the flood detection is sensitive otherwise it would be way easily abusable. So if posts are coming quick from several users, they're gonna definitely have problems.


Anonymous 03/09/2022 (Wed) 19:42:13 [Preview] No.11962 del
>>11960
>All Tor posters counts as one
HiddenServiceExportCircuitID protocol
The onion service will use the given protocol to expose the global circuit identifier
of each inbound client circuit. The only protocol supported right now 'haproxy'. This
option is only for v3 services. (Default: none)

The haproxy option works in the following way: when the feature is enabled, the Tor
process will write a header line when a client is connecting to the onion service. The
header will look like this:

"PROXY TCP6 fc00:dead:beef:4dad::ffff:ffff ::1 65535 42\r\n"

We encode the "global circuit identifier" as the last 32-bits of the first IPv6
address. All other values in the header can safely be ignored. You can compute the
global circuit identifier using the following formula given the IPv6 address
"fc00:dead:beef:4dad::AABB:CCDD":

global_circuit_id = (0xAA << 24) + (0xBB << 16) + (0xCC << 8) + 0xDD;

In the case above, where the last 32-bits are 0xffffffff, the global circuit
identifier would be 4294967295. You can use this value together with Tor’s control
port to terminate particular circuits using their global circuit identifiers. For more
information about this see control-spec.txt.


Anonymous Admin 03/10/2022 (Thu) 10:32:01 [Preview] No.11963 del
>>11962
It's the lynxchan/infinitynow board engine board engine. Tor posters aren't counted individually.
This is why Torposters don't get IP hashes, IDs, flags. This is why Tor posters don't count in the number of users of a board. This is why Torposters can't be banned (although Tor posting can be turned off on per board or on site basis).


odilitime Board owner 03/11/2022 (Fri) 03:40:13 [Preview] No.11964 del
>>11962
Thanks for the detailed technical input. I still imagine this would be easy to spoof or change.

I'll still look into this to see if we can't improve our system.
Edited last time by odilitime on 03/11/2022 (Fri) 03:42:28.



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