Like other web services,
festivald can be set-up & accessed via Tor.
See here to see how to set
festivald up with Tor.
festival-cli has support for
SOCKS5 proxies, which will allow you to connect to
festivald's running as Onion Services.
A public instance of
Creative Commons licensed music is available at:
Onion Service is available at:
To connect to
festivald over an
Onion Service, you can use
--proxy socks5://127.0.0.1:9050 \ # The Tor SOCKS5 proxy.
--festivald $ONION \ # The onion address mapped at `festivald`
state_daemon # Method
torsocks festival-cli -f $ONION state_daemon
Since Onion Service's are end-to-end encrypted,
HTTPS is not required.
festival-cli can freely pass
authentication tokens around when used with
festivald, since it cannot know if an
onion address is being mapped to it, you must pass:
to confirm that you allow authentication without TLS.
festival-cli, it will automatically detect if you're connecting to an onion address and will allow authentication.