[guardian-dev] Hi, i' new
hans at guardianproject.info
Mon Nov 14 08:16:45 EST 2016
Hmm, this sounds like a bug report then :-/ Apps should not be able to
use the control port, as far as I know. I don't think its possible to
allow apps to use the Tor control port in a secure way, unless there is
some kind of query-only "guest" mode.
Orbot should really use ControlSocket to use a UNIX domain socket on the
filesystem so it can be protected by file permissions.
> NetCipher looks good, but, is there a method to find the orbot control port?
> I was reading the library and i cannot see a method to connect to the
> daemon and i would like to manage my own hidden service.
> I don't understad why orbot uses a random port every run for control port,
> do not adds an extra securety layer, is only tedious
> now i'm parsing proc file to catch the port number
> 2016-11-14 12:54 GMT+01:00 Hans-Christoph Steiner <hans at guardianproject.info
>> Hi, welcome!
>> If you want to add Tor support to apps, you'll definitely be interested
>> in our NetCipher library, which is where we do all our Tor integration
>>> Hi, I'm interested in developing applications under Tor and I've known
>>> project, I find it interesting.
>>> Here is my github:
>>> I am currently interested in writing something like TorChat or Ricochet
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