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Re: Tor bug?: AllowInvalidNodes
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- Subject: Re: Tor bug?: AllowInvalidNodes
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- Date: Tue, 15 Aug 2006 19:46:10 -0700 (PDT)
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On Tue, 15 Aug 2006 18:44:35 -0500, Arrakistor wrote:
>AllowInvalidNodes seems to having a problem. We've tried a few versions,
>including the deprecated AllowUnverifiedNodes to no avail. However the
>exit node of the circuit is still often invalid according to
Lately there's been (on average) around 25-30 servers in the 149.9.xxx.xxx
154.35.xxx.xxx (PSINET - Washington, DC) range, all high bandwidth.
netstat and showmyip.com reveal that an IP in that range are (~90% of the time)
both entry and exit nodes for a least the last month.
That CAN'T be a good thing.
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