Implementation for onion service descriptors.
An onion service descriptor is a document generated by an onion service and uploaded to one or more HsDir nodes for clients to later download. It tells the onion service client where to find the current introduction points for the onion service, and how to connect to them.
An onion service descriptor is more complicated than most other documentation types, because it is partially encrypted.
- An error that occurs when decrypting an onion service descriptor.
- An onion service after it has been parsed by the client, but not yet decrypted.
- A decrypted, decoded onion service descriptor.
hsdesc-inner-docsThe contents of the inner document of an onion service descriptor.
hsdesc-inner-docsA more-or-less verbatim representation of the middle document of an onion service descriptor.
hsdesc-inner-docsA more-or-less verbatim representation of the outermost plaintext document of an onion service descriptor.
- Information in an onion service descriptor about a single introduction point.
- Builder for
hs-dirMetadata about an onion service descriptor, as stored at an HsDir.
- An error returned by
HsDesc::parse_decrypt_validate, indicating what kind of failure prevented us from validating an onion service descriptor.
- A type of authentication that is required when introducing to an onion service.
- Error type for IntroPointDescBuilder
hs-serviceCreate the descriptor signing key certificate.
- An unchecked HsDesc: parsed, but not checked for liveness or validity.
- An unchecked StoredHsDescMeta: parsed, but not checked for liveness or validity.