I have a theoretical question. Imagine we have a person Bob that is hosting a website on IP X and port Y. Bob advertises his website on the TOR network so that nobody can find out his original IP (assuming that the messages cannot be traced of course).
Question: What would happen if I did a HTTP request to IP X on port Y without using TOR. Would I be able to access the website normally or is there some special encryption / authentication being done to prevent people from outside TOR to access the website?
Thanks in advance!