[tor-relays] Speed of my relay not correct on global list

sheldorzone at hushmail.com sheldorzone at hushmail.com
Wed Jul 23 21:32:36 UTC 2014

Not a matter of finance, really.
I run Mint 17 on a 12 yr old laptop, 40gb drive - that is one of my
two relays. I regularly save the key so when this thing finally goes
south, I can have another up in a couple hours. The other relay is on
a 8 yr old laptop!
These were both dumpster items - cost to me was just time.


On 7/22/2014 at 9:41 AM, "Josh"  wrote:I would put the risk about the
same. In certain respects it seems more
devious to use a compromised node than it does to create your own to
bad stuff.
On 07/22/2014 01:38 AM, Andreas Krey wrote:
> On Mon, 21 Jul 2014 17:28:42 +0000, Josh wrote:
> ...
>> There are exploits that do not require any interaction from the
>> The sentiment that the rest of the list is trying to impress on you
>> that by running a Tor nod on XP you are potential putting the
entire Tor
>> network at risk to a malicious actor.
> How more so than the malicious actor simply running his own node(s)?
> Andreas
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