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

Roger Dingledine arma at mit.edu
Mon Mar 30 16:45:02 UTC 2015

On Mon, Mar 30, 2015 at 12:23:21PM -0400, Zack Weinberg wrote:
> 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
> scratch.
> (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.)

No, this is fine and normal. Tor relays automatically add themselves to
their exit policy by default.

See the ExitPolicyRejectPrivate option in the man page.



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