[tor-relays] False exit abuse from server4you
noc at babylon.network
Sun Jun 7 10:06:30 UTC 2015
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Company unmetered.com (used to be running under PlusServer which is a
'premium' brand of Intergenia but now seems to be running on link11
network) did and probably still does allow Tor Exit nodes to be run on
their services. How they handled the generated abuse from these nodes
'upstream' is the big question.
On 7-6-2015 10:29, Josef 'veloc1ty' Stautner wrote:
> Intergenia AG does not tolerate TOR nodes in any form. They listed
> them quite a time in their AGB's.
> Am 7. Juni 2015 09:55:14 MESZ, schrieb "Dr. Who"
> <drwho at posteo.is>:
>> Fun fact of the week, I got this abuse email on friday:
>> "Dear Customer, we've detected that you're running a TOR Exit
>> Node on your machine. Please understand, that we cannot tolerate
>> such a service on our infrastructure. Please ensure, that this
>> service is disabled as soon as possible. Best Regards Your
>> Intergenia Abuse Team"
>> followed by over 6000 IPv4 numbers including one of my relay
>> First I find it a privacy violation for those other users who
>> might run any form of tor beeing found on an abuse email to me.
>> It should have listed only my own IP number.
>> Secondly I think they should be able to differate between exit
>> and relay servers.
>> I'm eager to hear their response on Monday. Either they keep
>> relays running or I quit, monthly payment is a good idea in that
>> Just letting you know...
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