[tor-relays] German company Webtropia: Terminated contract without notice because of abuse

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Wed Jul 30 18:51:43 UTC 2014

At this point the isp is clearly the victim! This guy doesn't have his own
ips and ipv4 is rare, so risking a complete ip range to get on blacklists
will be unacceptable for any company. I can fully understand them, because
dealing with spamhaus mafia is a nightmare. Lets hope they wont getting tor
unfriendly because of this, i run there exits for 2 years on some vps's
without a problem and i hope they don't start killing them now
Am 30.07.2014 14:39 schrieb "Lunar" <lunar at torproject.org>:

> tor at t-3.net:
> > You somewhat made a mistake here - you've got to have an exit policy that
> > (minimally) rejects ports 25 and 465, or else your relay becomes a giant
> > abuse tool for spammers, scammers, and phishers instead of what you
> intended
> > it to be (which was a standard-functioning Tor relay).
> Please don't blame the victim. If this ISP acted differently than what
> they initially promised, then they are the problem.
> --
> Lunar                                             <lunar at torproject.org>
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