eliminating bogus port 43 exits
scream at nonvocalscream.com
Sat Jun 13 22:29:39 UTC 2009
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Tor Fox wrote:
> Jon wrote:
> > You've lost the context.
> I don't know, maybe I have. It seemed that you were pleading with us
> not to ruin Tor by peeking at exit traffic and I was just explaining
> that Tor exit nodes can be operated by anyone, even less than
> scrupulous individuals. So, we're probably the last people that Tor
> users need to be worried about. If that's not what you were doing
> then I have no idea. You've only told me I'm wrong but have
> refrained from explaining why or giving any helpful clues at all.
There was no pleading. There is no ruining of Tor. That is hyperbole.
I got it that operators will snoop. But if you can't read the
documentation, and get the grok the gist of the idea behind Tor...
You want me to provide hard facts? It does not take a whitepaper to
inform me that peering at traffic leaving the border is "A Good Thing" TM.
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