[tor-talk] Exit Enclaves
arma at mit.edu
Tue Apr 26 17:05:56 UTC 2011
On Tue, Apr 26, 2011 at 09:58:51AM -0700, Zach Lym wrote:
> I am doing page load tests on an exit enclave (duckduckgo.com) over a period
> of a few weeks. I am worried that I will exit at other nodes and reach the
> public duckduckgo site.
% host duckduckgo.com
duckduckgo.com has address 184.108.40.206
% grep 220.127.116.11 cached-*
I think there is no Tor relay running at that IP address currently,
so this exit enclave you're hoping for cannot happen. An exit enclave
is a Tor exit relay that runs on the same IP address as a destination
(e.g. a website).
> The documentation is somewhat ambiguous on this point: If a service provides
> an enclave node, the standard Tor out-proxy's are *not* used, correct?
Perhaps you mean a Tor hidden service, not an exit enclave?
In which case, yes, if you visit a .onion address, that won't involve
Tor exit relays. You instead do a rendezvous inside the Tor network:
> Thank you,
> -Zach Lym
> P.S. Would using paid proxy's which exit in other continents improve
> external validity?
What does 'external validity' mean?
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