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[or-cvs] r6965: explain that the exitlist isn't perfect, because some tor ex (tor/trunk/contrib)
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Date: 2006-08-02 01:17:22 -0400 (Wed, 02 Aug 2006)
New Revision: 6965
explain that the exitlist isn't perfect, because some tor exit nodes
don't exit on their advertised address.
--- tor/trunk/contrib/exitlist 2006-08-01 04:08:15 UTC (rev 6964)
+++ tor/trunk/contrib/exitlist 2006-08-02 05:17:22 UTC (rev 6965)
@@ -19,6 +19,10 @@
If you're using Tor 0.1.1.18-rc or later, you should look at
the "FetchUselessDescriptors" config option in the man page.
+ Note that this script won't give you a perfect list of IP addresses
+ that might connect to you using Tor, since some Tor servers might exit
+ from other addresses than the one they publish.