[tor-relays] Setting UP an Tor exit node with resrictions
anonymous12 at privatdemail.net
Thu Nov 14 13:30:51 UTC 2013
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On 14.11.2013 13:21, Martin Kepplinger wrote:
>> 11.11.2013 20:55, Anonymous kirjoitti:
>>> 11.11.2013 20:08, krishna e bera kirjoitti:
>>>> On 13-11-11 12:56 PM, Anonymous wrote:
>>>>> How may I create an Tor exit node with some ports and sites
>>>> See the Reduced Exit Policy page referred to at
So the user trying to enter an blacklisted page will get an
>>>>> page saying that the maintainer has denied the access to
>>>>> that page/site.
>>>> You could do such a thing but it makes the network much less
>>>> efficient because clients would have to build circuits
>>>> several times, and it also would get your node listed as a
>>>> If you do it as recommended with the ExitPolicy, the user
>>>> will never exit via your node, and therefore will not need to
>>>> see a "censored notice" page.
>>>>> I whould like to deny access to IRC and some forums so how
>>>>> is that posible if it is?
>>>> See above link.
>>> Thanks for this. It helped me a lot.
>> If you are going to use your home connection (Differend IP, but
>> the IP traces back to you still.) to host the Exit. What's the
>> best bet for not being able to trace it back to you? (Using
>> Finland ISP.)
> I'd say if you want to run an exit node you shouldn't try to hide.
> You should own a public IP and run it under your name and state
> that it is an exit node at as many levels as possible (whois,
> website on some ports (there is a template somewhere).
> In my opinion this is the only way (along with other preparations)
> to comfortably run an exit node. See
That's that kind of answer that i were wanting to see. What whould be
best way to tell the ISP that I'm running an exit node? Just say what
ip is it at? If there are anybody who is hosting Tor exit in Finland
please tell me what's the best way to tell the ISP about it? You may
contact me privatly if you wish to speak Finnish it's okey to me.
Anonymous - Supporter of Free Speech.
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