10/08/2017 (Sun) 20:50:04
>>7183 >>7184 >>7187
It's fine to misunderstand, allow me to clarify:
-Group A of HDirs approve s6424n4x4bsmqs27.onion is endchan's true address
-Group B believes s6424n4x4bsmqs27 actually belongs to FBI's endchan mirrors
-Group C Series batan 4x4 site
How does a client verify with no knowledge of the public key belonging to endchan is indeed accessing enchan's server when querying s6424n4x4bsmqs27.onion?
Trust is being applied at the HDir level: still centralized, even if Groups are being trusted to keep the correct keys.
Nothing in the technical level >>7184
implies, since the assumption I'm maintaining is that everyone here reads code.
's comment dismisses the notion people cannot or will not read how their blockchain address will be formed.
Note I did bring up Freenet and GNUNet's addressing, which does not use blockchain technology.
I do welcome better suggestions if you have other takes.