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Re: %I+/1ZE8Fo

I imagine the overhead of this is much lower than SHS seeing as this is kernel space. It seem that it is possible to get the public key from wireguard for an open connection. This would allow one to use noauth instead of SHS and rely on wireguard for the encryption. This should also play quite nicely with network identity. Wireguard doesn't seem to do automatic NAT hole punching so tor hidden services still has its uses. In any case this is pretty cool. Thanks for sharing.

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