[tor-relays] Watching the attacks on my relay

gq bugmagnet1 at gmail.com
Fri Nov 8 17:44:28 UTC 2013

I am not sure just what you are calling an "attack". Is it a connection 
attempt? A probe? A port test?

Also, a heads up... saying "So if you would try to DOS my system, you 
will probably end up trying without success." is like a call to action. 
Be careful what you ask for. A DOS on your system would actually be 
trivial for many people. I dare think ebay and certain unamed government 
agencies have quite robust systems and sophisticated levels of 
protection, yet if I am not mistaken they have succumbed to DoS attacks.

That aside, you have some interesting graphs. Trouble is I do not 
understand what they reveal. Is there a vulnerability design of Tor or 
the network?

On 11/8/2013 12:19 PM, elrippo wrote:
> Hy there.
> I did some graphs of the attacks raiding against the network and the method is
> quite interesting.
> Take a look at it, maybe it helps a bit.
> https://elrippoisland.net/public/tor_attack/attack.html
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