[tor-relays] Tor related talks @ rC3

Georg Koppen gk at torproject.org
Fri Jan 7 16:14:59 UTC 2022

Georg Koppen:
> Hello!
> nusenu:
>> in chronological order:
>> ------------------------------------------------------
>> title: Towards a more Trustworthy Tor Network
>> when: 2021-12-28, 17:00 CET
>> where: https://streaming.media.ccc.de/rc3/csh
>> primary target audience:
>> - Tor user
>> - Tor relay operators
>> - onion service operators
>> - and everyone that cares about Tor
> Thanks for the talk. While watching it yesterday I saw on the KAX17 
> timeline that the attacker "attempts to restore their foothold" after 
> they got kicked out of the network. Could you please send the 
> fingerprints of their new relays to the bad-relays mailing list so we 
> can get them eventually rejected and provide a safer Tor experience for 
> all of our users?
> Somewhat related I was wondering about what happened to the BTCMITM20 
> attacker. The image with the exit fraction and concurrently running 
> malicious relays graphs seems to be claiming that never all of their 
> relays were gone and the number is in fact growing again starting around 
> mid-March 2021. Are there still relays from them running on the network? 
> If so, please send their fingerprints to the bad-relays mailing list, 
> too, so we can get those relays removed.

Bumping this thread to be sure it does not fall through the cracks and 
we get all remaining relays kicked out in case there are any left. (We 
have not received any fingerprints so far on the bad-relays@ list)

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