[tor-relays] Amazon abuse report
gordon at morehouse.me
Sat Nov 2 03:02:29 UTC 2013
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> On Friday 01 Nov 2013 19:36:11 krishna e bera wrote:
>> On the other hand, i had a reduced exit policy and still got
>> DMCA complaints just for the .torrent file being downloaded via
>> HTTP through my exit.
> Let me run a couple ideas past you:
> 1. Configure Squid as a forward proxy with Squidguard and
> configure Squidguard to reject any URL with "announce" in it. Use
> IPTables to transparently redirect anything destined for ports 80,
> 2710 and other well known tracker ports to Squid.
> 2. Do not exit port 80. While security and anonymity are separate
> things, they are tightly coupled, so why not exit only secure
> ports: HTTPS, POP3S, IMAPS etc.
> Obviously some protocols use TLS on the same port as the clear
> traffic, but how detrimental do you think restricting to SSL/TLS
> enabled protocols (with a few exceptions) would be?
What if someone inside a totalitarian state is attempting to upload
evidence of a massacre to a service which runs on port 80?
I'd love to get the bandwidth back from the 16 year olds downloading
movies and terrible porn over Tor, too, but this won't fly, and y'all
are gonna get flamed into cinders in about 5... 4... 3... for the
types of reasons I just mentioned above.
- -Gordon M.
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