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- The network consist of a number of nodes.
- Each node is uniquely identified by it’s .onion address where it is reachable.
- Each node must maintain a connection to the TOR network and a .onion address.
- The .onion address may change but the node name can never change (or rather – changing it means becoming a new node).
- A node may maintain a public Internet presence. Nodes with only a .onion presence is called Private Nodes, whereas nodes with a public Internet presence are known as Public nodes.
- Public nodes must use HTTPS.
- Each node maintains a private key and a public certificate. There is no central certificate authority, but each certificate must be signed by at least one other node.
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