[tor-dev] Tor Friendliness Scanner

Ryan Duff ry at nduff.com
Mon Mar 18 00:18:39 UTC 2019

Hi again,

On Sun, Mar 17, 2019 at 7:40 PM teor <teor at riseup.net> wrote:

> Most sites block by IP (or IP range), so a direct connection using the
> exit node's IP should give you very similar results to a Tor circuit
> using the exit node's IP.

Thanks teor! The point still stand though even though my solution to it is
flawed. The thing being measured will be friendliness towards the Tor
Browser instead of Tor overall. Basically, the measurement will be
"friendly to Tor but not the Tor Browser". If that's the intent, then there
is no real issue. I don't know how many sites will render for a Tor exit
node but also only have issues with the Tor Browser itself but I'm
definitely interested in seeing that data.

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