[tor-relays] Complaint being on a tor dnsbl..
gendalph20 at gmail.com
Sat May 23 11:50:12 UTC 2015
There are DNS blacklists for TOR nodes. For some wild reason they're called
blacklists, but they just indicate that a particular IP runs a
node/relay/bridge. Some idiots even ban IPs in these blacklists even if
it's not an exit.
Just explain this to your hoster and forget about it.
On Sat, May 23, 2015 at 2:42 PM 0x23 <rush23 at gmx.net> wrote:
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> Hey guys,
> Today I got a complaint from my vServer hoster that has received an abuse
> email The company who accused the usage of my system is called sectoor
> Here's the abuse message:
> More Information About Sectoor
> Listing on the Sectoor TOR DNSBL indicates that this IP address is a tor
> node or a subnet (/24) containing a tor node. This listing *does not*
> indicate that your IP address has been blacklisted by Sectoor, as this
> list also contains subnets that contain a tor node. The subnet listing
> is not designed to block connections, but rather for use as a scoring
> mechanism. Your IP will only be blacklisted if it is the tor node itself
> and listed by Sectoor Exitnodes.
> 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
> More information about SECTOOR can be found at their website:
> *Reason for listing - **TOR Server Network detected (TOR Node on ip
> xxxxxxxxxxx) - see http://www.sectoor.de/tor.php for more information.*
> What would you reply on that accusation?
> I tried to convey that this isn't true and that this company only tries to
> alienate me as a customer cause there also running vServer offers.
> For now I reject using these ports..:-(
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