DuckDuckGo now operates a Tor exit enclave

Geoff Down geoffdown at
Sat Aug 14 15:09:18 UTC 2010

On Sat, 14 Aug 2010 09:20 -0400, "Ted Smith" <teddks at> wrote:

> An "exit enclave" is when a service operates a Tor exit node with an
> exit policy permitting exiting to that service. Tor will automagically
> extend circuits built to that host from three hops to four, such that
> your traffic will exit on localhost of the service you are intending to
> use. This means that users will use DDG's node when building circuits
> that terminate at or whatever.
Really? is on AS19262 Verizon, but when I accessed it, it
was via an exit node on AS30058 ACTIVO-SYSTEMS.


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