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@ -63,7 +63,7 @@ The only things left are (1) streaming, and (2) letting other people
access your stream. [/STREAMING.md][streaming] has instructions for
setting up OBS Studio and a Tor onion service. If you want to use
different streaming software and put your stream on the Internet some
other way, still read those instructions and copy the gist.
other way, read those instructions and copy the gist.
## Copying

@ -11,22 +11,21 @@ On Windows it might be somewhere in `%appdata%\tor` or something.
A Tor hidden service is a regular TCP service that you talk to via a
6-hop circuit created inside the Tor network. You initiate the creation
of this circuit by providing tor with the service's hostname, which is a
long base32-encoded string ending in ".onion". This hostname is derived
from a pair of cryptographic keys generated by the hidden service
operator.
of this circuit by providing tor with the service's hostname, a long
base32-encoded string ending in ".onion". This hostname is derived from
a pair of cryptographic keys generated by the hidden service operator.
A TCP service is a computer program you interact with over the Internet
using TCP. TCP is a low-level networking protocol that sits above IP
and creates a reliable so-called "connection" between two computers. It
handles the reordering and resending of packets that are shuffled or
lost in transit on the Internet, such that the bytes sent from one
computer will match exactly the bytes that arrive at the other computer
(barring active interference (MITM), TCP is not secure). Getting
reliability for free greatly simplifies the creation of network
applications, and for this reason and other historical reasons TCP is
ubiquitous on the Internet to this day. Many applications use TCP, for
example IRC, SSH, RTMP, Minecraft, and HTTP (like us here).
and creates a reliable "connection" between two computers. It handles
the reordering and resending of packets that are shuffled or lost in
transit on the Internet, such that the bytes sent from one computer will
match exactly the bytes that arrive at the other (barring active
interference (MITM), TCP is not secure). Getting reliability for free
greatly simplifies the creation of network applications, and for this
reason and other historical reasons TCP is ubiquitous on the Internet to
this day. Many applications use TCP, for example IRC, SSH, RTMP,
Minecraft, and HTTP (like us here).
#### Configuration
@ -80,7 +79,7 @@ other user. There may be a `User` directive in your torrc or in a file
included by your torrc, for example on Debian it's `User debian-tor`.
This means that a tor process running as root will immediately drop
privileges by switching to the user `debian-tor`. The user's primary
group should have the same name, but you can check as root like this:
group should have the same name, check like this as root:
`# id debian-tor`.
On Linux, if tor is already running you can see what user and group it is
@ -113,9 +112,9 @@ Include this line verbatim directly below the `HiddenServiceDir` line:
HiddenServicePort 80 127.0.0.1:5051
```
tor will listen for connections to our onion address at virtual port
80 (this is the conventional HTTP port), and it will forward that
traffic to our TCP service at 127.0.0.1:5051, which is our webserver.
tor will listen for connections to our onion address at virtual port 80
(the conventional HTTP port), and it will forward traffic to the TCP
service at 127.0.0.1:5051, which is our webserver.
##### Finish
@ -184,6 +183,9 @@ Click `Settings` and set these:
+----------------------------+-------------------------------------+
```
> *If this table looks garbled, read this file as plaintext or [click
> here][plaintext] and scroll to the bottom.*
To start streaming click `Start Recording`.
When it is recording, segments older than four minutes will be regularly
@ -197,3 +199,4 @@ over the network even if they are not deleted.
[tor]: https://gitlab.torproject.org/tpo/core/tor
[torrc]: https://support.torproject.org/#tbb-editing-torrc
[ffmpeg]: https://trac.ffmpeg.org/wiki/HWAccelIntro
[plaintext]: https://git.076.ne.jp/ninya9k/anonstream/raw/branch/master/STREAMING.md

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