[tor-relays] Tor Bridge Question

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Sun Oct 17 10:32:51 UTC 2021

The bridge IPs should be private enough.

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On 10/17/21 1:59 AM, Josh Lawson via tor-relays wrote:
> I work for a bank and was informed that when I connect to my employer network, it shows I am coming from a Tor IP and sets off an alert that then leads to me being on a call with an investigative team for my employers. I was running a Tor relay, but had to shut it down because of these alerts. I am not thinking of running a bridge instead, but I have a question. Are the bridge IP addresses private enough to not likely trigger an alert by bank fraud detection software? Please let me know if I am not phrasing this well. I would like to donate some bandwidth and was thinking maybe running a bridge would be less likely to set off alerts.
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