[tor-relays] Google Compute Engine rejected as relay?
greggth at gmail.com
Thu Aug 20 14:17:27 UTC 2015
On Wed, Aug 19, 2015 at 10:46 PM, Thomas White <thomaswhite at riseup.net>
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> I think this is from the Lizard Squad attempted (and miserably failed)
> sybil attack. The directory authorities will need to remove the ASN
> from the blacklist.
If that's the case, then that was a year ago. Hopefully directory
authorities would be okay with removing the ban. Is there a process for
> On 20/08/2015 06:00, Greg wrote:
> > Hi, I tried to spin up a relay on GCE a few days ago, and I found
> > that it was outright rejected with a message like "Authdir is
> > rejecting routers in this range". I don't have the IP handy now,
> > but I could easily get another ephemeral IP. I thought I came
> > across a thread saying that there was an attack on the tor network
> > originating from GCE, and that's why it got blacklisted. I'm not
> > finding that thread now. But is GCE going to be removed from the
> > blacklist? I realize it's not a very economical place to run a
> > relay.
> > -Greg
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