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

Cmar433 cmar433 at yandex.com
Mon Mar 30 16:54:41 UTC 2015

My torrc not contain my ipadress as exit policy.
But I can see it in globe.
I read somewhere, that TOR is reading some blacklists and implement this blacklist to exit policy, like central management. Beacuse i was (my ip adress) in the blacklist ...
But i cannot find now where .. ..Maybe  was wrong.

Any other service not running on my relays (i am running 3, 2 in czech and 1 in kazakhstan).

30.03.2015, 18:39, "Zack Weinberg" <zackw at cmu.edu>:
> 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
> 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.)
> zw
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