[tor-relays] Exit policy question
arma at mit.edu
Thu Jun 2 21:47:17 UTC 2011
On Thu, Jun 02, 2011 at 05:22:13PM +0000, George Gemelos wrote:
> Is there a further reduced set that might be better, in the sense
>of avoiding complaints, and still remain useful as an exit node?
You could get your toes wet by "accept *:80, accept *:443, reject *:*".
That would let people browse the web through you, which is very useful,
while somewhat reducing the variety of abuse complaints you might get.
Then if it goes well for a while, you could open up a few more ports.
Also, if later your ISP decides that it's getting too much mail and asks
you to quit it, you can tell them about the time you allowed only web
browsing and they didn't mind -- then you have something to fall back
to that isn't just being a non-exit.
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