Changes between Version 22 and Version 23 of doc/HiddenServiceNames


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    33== Why are v3 onions better? ==
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    5 [https://blog.torproject.org/tors-fall-harvest-next-generation-onion-services Since Tor 0.3.2] and [https://blog.torproject.org/tor-browser-75a5-released Tor Browser 7.5.a5] 56bit long [[doc/NextGenOnions|v3 onion addresses]] are supported and should be used instead. In short SHA1/DH/RSA1024 has been replaced with SHA3/ed25519/curve25519 (non-NIST curves), less information is leaked to directory servers, the directory protocol has a smaller surface for targeted attacks and  56 characters long onion addresses improve security against impersonation (for details see the [[https://gitweb.torproject.org/torspec.git/tree/rend-spec-v3.txt|v3 spec]]). Also
     5[https://blog.torproject.org/tors-fall-harvest-next-generation-onion-services Since Tor 0.3.2] and [https://blog.torproject.org/tor-browser-75a5-released Tor Browser 7.5.a5] 56 bit long [[doc/NextGenOnions|v3 onion addresses]] are supported and should be used instead. In short SHA1/DH/RSA1024 has been replaced with SHA3/ed25519/curve25519 (non-NIST curves), less information is leaked to directory servers, the directory protocol has a smaller surface for targeted attacks and  56 characters long onion addresses improve security against impersonation (for details see the [[https://gitweb.torproject.org/torspec.git/tree/rend-spec-v3.txt|v3 spec]]).
    66[[NextGenOnions#Howtosetupyourownprop224service|How to setup a v3 onion service]]
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