TOR on Academic networks (problem)
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Wed May 17 19:39:19 UTC 2006
On 5/17/06, Michael Holstein <michael.holstein at csuohio.edu> wrote:
> Either allow the ExitPolicy to be longer somehow, or change the program
> so the "basic" routing policy is published, and allow each server to
> have a more specific one that is checked only when someone's using that
> exit -- to say "no, I don't allow that specific site, pick another node".
That's a good solution for the long run, and I'm sure if you provide
the patches it'll get implemented quite quickly.
In the mean time, if I were running a directory server (and I'm not),
I wouldn't allow you in the directory if I knew your exit policy
wasn't valid. Sure, it might not negatively affect many people, but
the alternatives, to take you out of the directory or to add *:80 to
your reject list, would negatively affect no people.
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