[tor-relays] Leaseweb exit relay notice
Tom van der Woerdt
info at tvdw.eu
Thu May 21 19:57:14 UTC 2015
I got the same. Restricting the exit policy to 80/443 until Sectoor replies.
Jurre van Bergen schreef op 21/05/15 om 22:04:
> I got the same message yesterday, I asked leaseweb to put our exit
> node(hviv103) in a "dirty" ip-block and asked sectoor for a
> clarification on what happened. No reply to date of any party.
> For now, I have shutdown the server.
> Sorry to hear :(
> On 05/21/2015 09:36 PM, blaatenator wrote:
>> Hi all,
>> FYI: Yesterday I got the notice below from Leaseweb. I picked them
>> because Leaseweb is mentioned in the Good/Bad ISP
>> <https://trac.torproject.org/projects/tor/wiki/doc/GoodBadISPs> post.
>> Apparently a blacklist named SECTOOR added a whole IP block of
>> Leaseweb to block my Exit relay. Since this list is used by some
>> bigger corporations, it got some other customers in trouble and they
>> asked me to restrict the mentioned ports.
>> I understand the reasoning and can't blame them for asking my I guess
>> (and since most relevant ports are not mentioned I guess it is not too
>> bad), but I found it a bit weird that a whole subnet is being listed.
>> On 05/20/2015 03:20 PM, Lesley Koomen wrote:> Dear sir, madam,
>> > It appears you are hosting a TOR node on your LeaseWeb IP address.
>> > This has resulted in the block of a (part) LeaseWeb IP subnet. (/24)
>> > As the subnet is added on the SECTOOR blacklist
>> > (http://www.sectoor.de/tor.php) this is affecting customers in the same
>> > range as yourself.
>> > The SECTOOR blacklist is e.g. implemented by Hotmail, Live and Gmail.
>> > This results in other customers not being able to longer use the mail
>> > services of these companies.
>> > Sectoor TOR DNSBL lists every IP address which is known to run a tor
>> > server and allow their clients to connect to one of the following ports:
>> > * Port 25
>> > * Port 194
>> > * Port 465
>> > * Port 587
>> > * Port 994
>> > * Port 6657
>> > * Ports 6660-6670
>> > * Port 6697
>> > * Ports 7000-7005
>> > * Port 7070
>> > * Ports 8000-8004
>> > * Port 9000
>> > * Port 9001
>> > * Port 9998
>> > * Port 9999
>> > Therefore, we kindly, yet urgently ask you to disable the connection to
>> > the mentioned ports within 24 hours. Failure to comply and respond
>> > (confirm) to this warning, will result in a block of your involved IP
>> > address(es).
>> > Thank you for your co-operation and understanding.
>> > Kind regards,
>> > Lesley Koomen
>> > Team Manager Abuse Prevention
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