Briand's project to turn an ESP32 microcontroller board into a plug play Tor client.
The goal is to write a very simple C++17 working Tor proxy for ESP32 so the ESP32 could be attached to any computer with a bash/dos/putty client ready-to-go. Using ESP as a proxy allows to keep no traces of Tor client/browser on your computer (but traces of the navigation history and so on are not avoided!)
REMEMBER: The ESP32 is a 240MHz processor with 320KB of RAM. Do not expect good performance or fast webpage loading!
A small service which indexes Tor hidden services by proxying for YaCy (which does the actual heavy lifting).
An Ansible playbook for setting up an Ansible XMPP server as a Tor hidden services. Notable because there's a main.yml file that describes how to configure the Tor hidden service itself. It lists all the ports that have to be available at the hidden service. It also has a sample Prosody config file that describes how to configure Prosody to serve up a hidden service and have it work.
This is a module for Prosody that allows federation to other XMPP servers running as Tor hidden services. If you just want to set up a hidden service, you don't really need this.
A site that keeps track of the statuses of various Tor network markets. No RSS, no API, can probably scrape it.
An implementation of the control-spec for Tor using the Twisted networking library for Python. This is useful for writing utilities to control or make use of Tor in event-based Python programs. If your Twisted program supports endpoints (like twistd does) your server or client can make use of Tor immediately, with no code changes. Start your own Tor or connect to one and get live stream, circuit, relay updates; read and change config; monitor events; build circuits; create onion services; etcetera (ReadTheDocs).
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A command line utility which makes it easy to use certain applications with Tor.
A stripped-down web browser designed for use with the Tor darknet. Based on Webkit.
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A suite of shell scripts to automate the installation and configuration of FreeBSD in such a manner as to support anonymity and security. Helps with the rapid deployment of BSD machines that can then be used as Tor nodes, hidden service providers, and locked-down desktop machines.
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A search engine for Tor hidden services. The problem is that it's on the public Net so if you don't want your services known you'll have to take additional measures. It also exposes your activity on the public Net so don't think that you'll have much privacy.
A collective that's building F/OSS medical equipment. Presented at HOPE about torrenting drugs and medication. Their site has a tor hiddenservice, too: 4thievzv3hh26qeh.onion
A FOSS utility for investigating Tor hidden services. Searches for configuration errors and information leaks. Written in golang. In the AUR. CLI tool but the Onionscan Correlation Lab is a webapp that lets you analyze the data visually.
OONI is a project for collecting and analyzing data pertaining to Internet censorship and surveillance around the world. The project aims to determine and chart just what measures are in place where and how effective they are.
Their source code reside in a Git repository at torproject.org.
The site is also accessible through this Tor hidden service: http://5m4rylprkig4swgg.onion/
APAF is a set of modules for Python that make it easier to develop network applications (it's built on top of Twisted) that run inside of darknets primarily (the Tor network, in particular). Cross platform. Designed to be run portably (i.e., without installation). Tries to make it as easy as possible to set up the networking stuff so you can concentrate on the application stuff. Engineered so that the traffic runs over Tor nicely and safely, but ensuring that you don't screw up and leak data is up to you.
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