[tor-relays] Leaseweb exit relay notice
rejo at zenger.nl
Thu May 21 20:05:10 UTC 2015
++ 21/05/15 22:04 +0200 - Jurre van Bergen:
>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.
This DNSBL has a fairly straightforward listing for an IP-address: ((the
IP-address itself is a Tor exit-node OR the IP-address is within a /24
that has some other IP-address with a Tor exit-node) AND the Tor
exit-node(s) allow clients to connect to a list of about 15 different
ports). Administrators are supposed to use this list as a scoring
mechanisme, not for blocking. Of course, any administrator is free to
use this DNSBL he or she wants.
There's not much you can do - other than just not running the Tor-node.
E rejo at zenger.nl | P +31(0)639642738 | W https://rejo.zenger.nl
T @rejozenger | J rejo at zenger.nl
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XMPP OTR 271A 9186 AFBC 8124 18CF 4BE2 E000 E708 F811 5ACF
Signal 0507 A41B F4D6 5DB4 937D E8A1 29B6 AAA6 524F B68B
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