[tor-dev] multiple relay identities on a single IP:port, bug or feature?

nusenu nusenu at openmailbox.org
Wed Sep 16 19:29:42 UTC 2015


in the last two days someone started generating a steady amount of new
relay fingerprints on a single IP:port (2 per hour, actually a lot more
than that but only to make it into the consensus) [1].

I'm surprised that actually both of them end up in the consensus.


search for " 51256" - you will find it twice.

Does that make sense or is this a bug?

btw: Why do dir auths include non-running relays in their votes (flag
line is "s" only), instead of not voting for them at all?


[1] http://article.gmane.org/gmane.network.onion-routing.ornetradar/113

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