Anonymous Site Registration
Roy M. Silvernail
roy at rant-central.com
Thu May 26 12:55:56 PDT 2005
> On 2005-05-26T13:17:38-0400, Tyler Durden wrote:
>>OK, what's the best way to put up a website anonymously?
> Tor? It's not immune from traffic analysis, but it's nearly the best
> you can do to hide the server's location/isp from clients.
i2p is another possibility.
> You can try, but good physical anonymity for commerce is difficult
> unless you construct a fake identity good enough that you can use it to
> open bank accounts... without leaving any compromising fingerprints that
> your bank can turn over to the authorities.
Assuming you want your own SLD name, yes. But if you can be satisfied
with a third-level, there are a lot of domains at freedns.afraid.org
that will let you tag on a subdomain with just a registration (and you
can probably supply a @dodgeit.com address). Then just add a web
forward pointing to the Tor gateway.
Roy M. Silvernail is roy at rant-central.com, and you're not
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