[tor-talk] Find Real IP via ISP.
juanjo at avanix.es
Tue Nov 22 12:10:46 UTC 2016
No, your ISP can't see your Tor exit IP.
Of course, if all ISP form all the world started to log all connections
they could follow the path and find your original IP. This is something
UK is starting to do now... and many goverments want.
El 22/11/2016 a las 13:02, Jason Long escribió:
> Thus, ISP can't see my Tor IP?
> On Tuesday, November 22, 2016 3:27 PM, juanjo <juanjo at avanix.es> wrote:
> ISP can't see that the user "changed" his IP adress on Tor. What you
> said could work on single-hop proxies or VPN, but not on Tor, remember
> on Tor you have not one but three hops. ISP can only see you are
> connecting to the first hop, not the remaining two (middle and exit,
> exit is the IP that the website will see).
> El 22/11/2016 a las 12:48, Jason Long escribió:
>> As "Seth David Schoen" said, Governments can see that users using tor but can't see what they are doing. My questions is that if an ISP see that an IP address, For example, 100.100.100.1 connected to the Tor network and user IP address changed to 184.108.40.206 then if the user visit a website with Tor then if the websites owners show 220.127.116.11 to the ISP then can ISP give 100.100.100.1 to the website owner?
>> Thank you.
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