shinjiru closed exit node acceptnolimits

Ringo Kamens 2600denver at
Thu Jan 3 10:03:21 UTC 2008

A good response might be to write a letter to the hosting company, have you
tried that? Also, a letter-writing solidarity campaign might make them think
twice before hurting tor operators again. It's all an issue of pressure. If
we can apply more pressure than whoever is on the other side, we come out on
Comrade Ringo Kamens

On Jan 3, 2008 5:01 AM, accept no limits <acceptnolimits at> wrote:

> Hello everybody,
> on the 1st of January 2008 the web server provider shinjiru (Malaysia)
> kicked my exit node acceptnolimits (traffic about 10 GB per day)
> because of "abuse".
> Before the contract (serveral months ago) I asked if they have a
> problem with tor running on their servers (exit node) and they
> answered "you are most welcome."
> Up to now they have not answered my questions (about what happended).
> Now I am looking for a new server provider. I asked, but
> they told me, tor is only allowed as long as nobody complains. Hence
> you can count the days until you get kicked there.
> Does anybody here know a "kick-save" provider outside the US and
> outside the EU, where it's possible to run tor exit node servers? What
> is the price per month?
> Bye
> accept no limits
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