[tor-relays] suspicious "Relay127001" relays

Niklas K. niklas at spiderschwe.in
Tue Jul 5 15:10:49 UTC 2016

It's up to directory authority operators to deal with suspicious/rogue/misconfigured relays by marking them as invalid/rejected/badexit.

Relay operators are not supposed to decide what other relays they may be put in a circuit with (apart from notifying the network which nodes belong to the same operator using MyFamily as you mention).

FYI, *clients* do have the ability to exclude nodes using the ExcludeNodes directive.

On 5 July 2016 16:46:18 CEST, simon <komsat at kalidasa.klamath.ch> wrote:
>On 05.07.2016 13:31, Xza wrote:
>> 91 at the moment and they will soon gain more flags.
>> https://sourceforge.net/p/nepenthes/wiki/Home/
>> Seems like some sort of honeypot.
>> Most seem to be from AWS & Linode & Leaseweb USA.
>How does the process work to exclude nodes from the network?
>If I understood the documentation correctly, as a node operator I can't
>blacklist hosts individually (unless I'm putting them into MyFamily,
>which I don't want to).
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