When browsing an Onion Service, Tor Browser displays different onion icons in the address bar indicating the security of the current webpage.
An onion means:
- The Onion Service is served over HTTP, or HTTPS with a CA-Issued certificate.
- The Onion Service is served over HTTPS with a Self-Signed certificate.
An onion with a red slash means:
- The Onion Service is served with a script from an insecure URL.
An onion with caution sign means:
- The Onion Service is served over HTTPS with an expired Certificate
- The Onion Service is served over HTTPS with a wrong Domain
- The Onion Service is served with a mixed form over an insecure URL
Murar féidir leat an tseirbhís onion atá uait a bhaint amach, deimhnigh gur chuir tú an seoladh onion 16-carachtar, nó sa leagan is déanaí, 56-carachtar, isteach i gceart: chuirfeadh fiú botún beag Brabhsálaí Tor ar strae agus ní bheadh sé in ann an tseirbhís a bhaint amach.
Mura bhfuil tú in ann ceangal a bhunú leis an tseirbhís onion fós, bain triail eile as ar ball.
B'fhéidir go bhfuil fadhb shealadach leis an líonra, nó b'fhéidir gur lig stiúrthóirí an tsuímh dó dul as líne gan rabhadh.
You can also ensure that you're able to access other onion services by connecting to DuckDuckGo's onion service.
Is féidir seirbhísí onion a úsáid chun brabhsáil ar ndóigh, ach is féidir iad a úsáid chun ábhar a fhoilsiú freisin, suímh Ghréasáin gan ainm san áireamh.
Onion services are also relied on for metadata-free chat and file sharing, safer interaction between journalists and their sources like with SecureDrop or OnionShare, safer software updates, and more secure ways to reach popular websites like Facebook.
These services use the special-use top level domain (TLD) .onion (instead of .com, .net, .org, etc..) and are only accessible through the Tor network.
When accessing a website that uses an onion service, Tor Browser will show at the URL bar an icon of an onion displaying the state of your connection: secure and using an onion service.
Tugtar "onion" ar shuíomh Gréasáin nach féidir teacht air ach trí líonra Tor, agus úsáideann na suímh seo an fearann barrleibhéil .onion.
For example, the DuckDuckGo onion is https://3g2upl4pq6kufc4m.onion.
Is féidir leat Brabhsálaí Tor a úsáid chun teacht ar na suímh seo.
Caithfidh tú na seoltaí a fháil go díreach ó óstach an tsuímh, toisc nach bhfuil suímh onion innéacsaithe ag innill chuardaigh sa chaoi a ndéantar le gnáthshuímh Ghréasáin.
Onion-Location is a new HTTP header that web sites can use to advertise their onion counterpart.
If the web site that you're visiting has an onion site available, a purple suggestion pill will prompt at the URL bar saying ".onion available".
When you click on ".onion available", the web site will be reloaded and redirected to its onion counterpart.
At the moment, Onion-Location is available for Tor Browser desktop (Windows, macOS and GNU/Linux).
You can learn more about Onion-Location in the Tor Browser Manual.
If you're an onion service operator, learn how to configure Onion-Location in your onion site.
An authenticated onion service is an onion service that requires you to provide an authentication token (in this case, a private key) before accessing the service.
The private key is not transmitted to the service, and it's only used to decrypt its descriptor locally.
You can get the access credentials from the onion service operator. Reach out to the operator and request access.
Learn more about how to use onion authentication in Tor Browser.
If you want to create an onion service with client authentication, please see the Client Authorization in the Community portal.