[tor-relays] Search warrant and house search because of an exit in DE
Dr Gerard Bulger
gerard at bulger.co.uk
Sat Apr 30 18:27:31 UTC 2016
Correct my exit normally goes via VPN running on the second IP, but this
week I have changed server to a new Linux VPS machine, I have not yet got
VPN to work without cutting off the branch I am sitting on. Working at it,
along with problems making the second IP stick on reboot (Plesk on the VPS
is running a script deleting it, my provider is sorting). So as a temporary
measure it is https proxy.
TOR Linux could not read my old Windows TOR keys, so it is a new setup. Is
this a known error?
From: tor-relays [mailto:tor-relays-bounces at lists.torproject.org] On Behalf
Sent: 30 April 2016 18:47
To: tor-relays at lists.torproject.org
Subject: Re: [tor-relays] Search warrant and house search because of an exit
On 4/30/16, Dr Gerard Bulger <gerard at bulger.co.uk> wrote:
> Once I set my outgoing connection via a UK and very fast and
> supposedly "anonymous" proxy server service, I have not heard a squeak
> These proxy services are very cheap, no limits, and offer another
> level of difficulty for enquiring authorities.
Is what you call a "proxy service" actually a proxy service, or is it a VPN
Your exit accepts more than just http[s], so I doubt it's the former.
> There must be a disadvantage is running an exit node this way, but not
> sure what it is.
It is not "exonerated". At least not without you using some form of
independant notary service.
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