[tor-relays] MY IP adress on blacklist and then in exit relay policy

Zack Weinberg zackw at cmu.edu
Mon Mar 30 16:23:21 UTC 2015

On Mon, Mar 30, 2015 at 11:45 AM, Cmar433 <cmar433 at yandex.com> wrote:
> Thanks for answer. But main question was not about provider .. (is TOR friendly).
> I was surprised, that my IP is stored  in Exit policy as "reject".

Oh! I'm sorry, I did not understand what you were asking at first.

The only way your exit node's own IP address could be in the exit
policy is if someone put it there.  Maybe you did that and you don't
remember doing it?  If you didn't do it, then you might indeed have
had your node broken into, and you should consider rebuilding it from

(I can make a case for forbidding exit-to-self, particularly if the
exit node runs any other services.  But running other services on an
exit node is a bad idea in the first place.)


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