@Gargron Requires ssl so it's like normal but you need to have a self signed cert
@Sir_Boops Imagine you're explaining it to someone who never used Tor (because you are)
It is also recommended to use the new version of Onion Services by adding HiddenServiceVersion 3 right after what Sir_Boops said, as explained here: https://www.torproject.org/docs/tor-onion-service.html.en#four
@Sir_Boops @Gargron @mrtino the difference is that onion routing confirms the identity by making it really hard to claim a specific identity (you'd need to generate a key with the same hash) whereas HTTPS confirms the identity of something human-readable (a domain name) and therefore requires at least some level of trust in the certificate before you can send any data
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