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Secure server interaction with Monero/Bitcoin daemon?

by /u/bitchlasagna · 1 votes · 2 weeks ago

How can I safely interact with my Monero/Bitcoin daemon, knowing theoretically that the feds can get hold of the server, and therefore the password in the daemon script?

Are there ways in which I can make withdrawals/deposits for my clients more secure? I was thinking about putting a separate RPC server and interacting with signatures with amount verification, but never quite figured out how to implement that.

If anyone has worked with this, I'd love your advice.

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/u/Wodra3000 · 1 votes · 2 weeks ago · Link

How can I safely interact with my Monero/Bitcoin daemon, knowing theoretically that the feds can get hold of the server, and therefore the password in the daemon script?

—bitchlasagna

I guess you have a separate server for Monero running. You could handle that via a SSH-Tunnel. SSH-Tunnel with Elliptic-Curve Cryptography. Be sure, that you are configuring both correct, the server, for sure, but the client, too. Configure the Client, that the client negotiate every 30 minutes a new Session Key. It is very important and depends on your paranoia level.

Password in daemon script: I don't know a yall well working method.

Let's get into this: Of course you have to save/put the Password anywhere. So, imho, I think you can only decrease the risk via putting funds to another wallet. Small hot wallet, and high cold wallet. That is the only "solution" I have. Hopefully others can help you here.

Are there ways in which I can make withdrawals/deposits for my clients more secure?

—bitchlasagna

Get rid of BTC. The chain has much load and the tx are so expensive. Monero has privacy by default. If your clients use the standard monero gui wallet, everything is fine. Bitcoin and Privacy... Ya...