[tor-relays] Verizon AS701 blocking Tor consensus server tor26 (188.8.131.52)
Nathaniel Suchy (Lunorian)
me at lunorian.is
Wed May 16 17:53:31 UTC 2018
So just letting Quad9 wouldn’t solve things if Verizon needs to block a specific IP Address. It’s good to hear blocking that one server doesn’t cripple the Tor network. I hope this gets resolved.
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> On May 16, 2018, at 11:45 AM, Matthew Finkel <matthew.finkel at gmail.com> wrote:
>> On Wed, May 16, 2018 at 11:36:58AM -0400, Nathaniel Suchy (Lunorian) wrote:
>> If Verizon is suddenly worried about malware, why not block at the DNS level with something like Quad9 where it’s managed by more competent professionals? (Of course still allowing alternate DNS Servers)
> They probably do this, too.
>> Does Tor bootstrap by IP Address directly?
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>>> On May 16, 2018, at 11:32 AM, Alex Xu <alex_y_xu at yahoo.ca> wrote:
>>> Quoting Roger Dingledine (2018-05-16 15:05:29)
>>>> The fix (if my theory is right) would be to reach whatever engineer made
>>>> this leap, and teach them about Tor. But it will be extra challenging
>>>> because they don't even know that there's something they need to learn.
>>> like the fact that malware can have more than one C&C server? :/
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