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@greg_harvey @syntax I can see sig links next to ‘AppImage’ on this page? developers.yubico.com/yubikey-

but sadly I never used the appimage, just Linux packages from repos, or the validation server/ksm server straight from GitHub, sorry

I wrote the Stem implementation for the ONION_CLIENT_AUTH control port commands, if anyone wants to help test: github.com/torproject/stem/pul

@schlink sorry I didn’t realise Book Depository is owned by Amazon til now!

@schlink I use Book Depository, and I also usually use booko.com.au to find the best price (I think you can set US region)

TIL: added Control Port support for adding Client Auth in v3 onions, but only for the ‘client’ side (e.g TBB).

There is, as yet, no way to add the onion service side’s Client Auth settings via the Control Port.

In other words, Client Auth can’t be used with v3 *ephemeral* onions. (so not with , or even via Stem’s create_ephemeral_hidden_service())

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Just stating for the record that I stepped down from the role of sysadmin at Whonix, this week.

@nusenu I’m new to your OrNetStats (thanks for providing). Is this current status typical of the ubiquitous nifty family (that I seem to see in almost every circuit :( )? Seems pretty bad? nusenu.github.io/OrNetStats/en

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What can be done about all these nifty servers :/ nusenu.github.io/OrNetStats/en I don’t think I’ve seen entry/exit nodes match up with them (at least when I’ve been looking), but I don’t like seeing so many nifty relays across all my circuits, as in once per *every* circuit almost all the time.

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That’s what you want... at least 4 Tor circuits all with an exit node in the same /24 and similar nickname 😵

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Back on my own instance 🙄

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