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A CORE(s) package is a series of instructions bundled in a way that allows each node within the network to receive just enough information to make a decision on how to handle a request. CORES stands for Client-Origin-Relay-Exit-Server
CORE(s) packages contain layers of requests that inform nodes how to perform one of three actions.
- 1.Create the request
- 2.Pass the request along
- 3.Process the request.
Each Node that handles a CORES package plays a specific role in the life-cycle of the package route:
- Client: This is the device that is initializing the request such as a browser, or a video game.
- Originator: The identity of the originating request node.
- Relay: Identifies Nodes that will be used to hop along routes to get to its destination.
- Exit: The exit node will make the true web request on behalf of the originator and send it back along the route stack.
- Server: Information about the server that is hosting the requested information.