TOR and non-contineous internet connections
kitsune.or at gmail.com
Tue Jan 1 02:07:42 UTC 2008
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> Georg Sluyterman wrote:
> worst case: you might get your home searched or computers taken away
> (for some time).
> At least you may need to write letters again and again explaining to
> some officials, that you run a TOR server and hope they believe you.
This is why I chose to forbid exits from "kitsune;" IMO, exit nodes are
best left for things like schools, companies, etc. which have the
resources to deal with abuse fallout. Such institutions tend to have
some sort of legal contact.
Let's face it - the cops are unlikely to rush in and seize every
computer in a college. However, home users are far easier to steamroll.
(Although somewhat unrelated, the idea of someone doing something
illegal via some home user's open wireless network came to mind; both
that person and a Tor exit node op would be in a similar situation, I
F. Fox: A+, Network+, Security+
Owner of Tor node "kitsune"
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