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Not sure if this is the right section, but I might as well give it a shot

Let's say I was trying to access something like

http://k6brdh2ixuh22ivw.onion:6969/

How would I go about doing that?
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You can't. Either the address doesn't exist, is mis-spelled, or the website is currently down. My guess is it doesn't exist. The address just doesn't make any sense apart from the normal prefix.
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You can't. Either the address doesn't exist, is mis-spelled, or the website is currently down. My guess is it doesn't exist. The address just doesn't make any sense apart from the normal prefix.


Onion is a type of I dont know that has something to do with tor and privoxy

http://azureus.sourc...tm#_Toc87587517

I read that but I still have no idea how to open one

Thanks for help :)

http://archives.seul...2/msg00041.html

I also read that but I am not technically savvy enough to understand it

Edited by Famoustar, 09 March 2008 - 05:00 AM.

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I'm sorry, the only reason to use this is to bypass content filtering of some type. We can not assist with this. Please refer to our Terms of Service.

Thank you,
Starjax.
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