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Darknet versions of cryptostorm sites

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Darknet versions of cryptostorm sites

Postby Guest » Thu Dec 01, 2016 6:27 am

It would be good if cryptostorm.is, cryptostorm.org and cryptostorm.nu could also be available as darknet sites, at least as a Tor Hidden Service. The advantage is that connections that stay within a darknet are safer anonymity-wise than connections that leave the darknet and go to the surface web. Having a darknet proxy like this (not sure if that is the technically correct term) is possible with Tor, but I'm not sure if it's possible with I2P and Freenet.

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