We would like to present you with two options that we believe can provide a long-term defense to the problem while maintaining the usability and security of onion services.
As humankind’s understanding of math and cryptography evolved, the foundation of version 2 became fragile and at this point in time, unsafe.
One such method is with the help of Tor. With Tor, you can add a level of anonymity and even hide your services from prying/hacking eyes.
Scallion lets you create vanity GPG keys and .onion addresses (for Tor’s hidden services) using OpenCL.
Each relay requires a public IPv4 address, preferably directly on the host, or through NAT and port forwarding.
The domain name of .onion is generated by private key> (rsa)> public key> (sha1)> hash value> (base32 encoding)> get the ugly address .onion