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Re: PHP coder needs Tor details
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- Subject: Re: PHP coder needs Tor details
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- Date: Mon, 19 Feb 2007 18:14:44 -0800 (PST)
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Few days ago I've successfully combined Tor and PHP and am utilizing them now.
Regarding Tor nodes... where is that list stored on a computer.
I am currently harvesting http://belegost.mit.edu/tor/ and using regular _expression_ to put each node in a DB by its name, uptime, IP...etc.
This makes me possible to query db for nodes I like, list them by uptime, listing by IP similarities etc...
Now l think that same file that is located at http://belegost.mit.edu/tor/ must be somewhere where Tor is, because Tor needs to use it to too.
That is because I would rather like to open file and harvest it then open http://belegost.mit.edu/tor/ and harvest it. - File is faster.
Thanks in advanece.
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