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Anonymous 08/27/2018 (Mon) 19:53:23 [Preview] No. 9736
USA and China with few billion dollars can bruteforce onion v2 address in days!
And any old non-curve cipher.

https://github.com/lachesis/scallion
>.onion Address | 2^(5*length-1) / hashspeed
https://en.bitcoin.it/wiki/Mining_Hardware_Comparison
> Ebit E10 | 18,000,000 MH/s
>Radeon 6850 301.4
yep, ~59722 times faster on a bitcoin double SHA-256.
for 'unit' it should be 35832780 MH/s.
(AMD Radeon HD6850 600 MH/s on scallion)

Quick calculations:
(2^79)/1000000=604462909807314587,353088
With 1 MH/s you need 6996098493141 days.
And...
With 35832780 MH/s you need 195243 days.
(For one unit with ~5500 price at start.)
With 5000 units and roughly ~27,2M $ you can do all job in 40 days.
https://qz.com/1055126/photos-china-has-one-of-worlds-largest-bitcoin-mines/
But there is 25,000 machines!
And states and china definitely can make something for ciphers bruteforce.
With 25K machines you can brute full 16 symbol onion in 8 days.
I think, bruteforce any old non-curve ciphers in ~week for 180M $ worth it
and governments can pay even some billions for that (for complex goals).

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Military_budget_of_China
600 billion $ for US and ~166 billion $ for china
'Bruteforce facility' very plausible thing.

Thats why v3 address longer and based on elliptic curve cipher.


Anonymous 08/27/2018 (Mon) 20:04:10 [Preview] No.9737 del
interdasting, maybe they should add a couple more onion routes by default and encrypt with 1024-bit encryption?


Anonymous 08/28/2018 (Tue) 08:44:00 [Preview] No.9740 del
So why hasn't endchan got a v3 address? Why do so very few sites have one?


Anonymous 08/28/2018 (Tue) 09:06:03 [Preview] No.9741 del
>>9737
SHUT THE FUCK UP, Donny

>>9740
>Why do so very few sites have one?
Because so far the version of TOR (suck my balls TOR INC) that ships with the stable browser does not support it out of the box


Anonymous 08/28/2018 (Tue) 09:21:51 [Preview] No.9742 del
Blah, who cares at this point. If governments spend $billions decrypting every target they'd bankrupt their whole nation and would be run out of power in no time. At least add another route or some stronger encryption if your really that worried. Tor should disable webGL and webRTC by default too.



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