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I would have to do some research to give more specifics. I am not very familiar with ajax, but do know enough about websockets to know it is possible. My initial approach would be to make a c# web service and host it locally in iis. This would act as the communication layer for the chat page. The problem comes in when people outside try to access your ip, for this you might have to set router settings to forward outside traffic to the port running the chat page.
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Upon further investigation it appears that hosting a page is easier than I expected. I would add a warning though. If you intend to host a page like this, make sure that the computer you are using does not have any personal information or important information that you do not want to lose. Even though people have to know the address to your page, your computer can still be found by the right hacker. Pages https://www.quora.com/How-can-I-build-a-website-and-customize-it-on-the-Dark-Web https://medium.com/@jasonrigden/how-to-host-a-site-on-the-dark-web-38edf00996bf https://digital.com/blog/deep-dark-web/ Videos WINDOWS https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bx21cn65NPs LINUX https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w3-2haLxDuc
Technically yes... only problem is that then your computer acts as a server and to access the site from outside of your network people would have to know your global ip address. This is the basis for many deepweb websites.