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Re: how to confirm that tor is working?
Hmm, which is worse? spam or someone reading your emails? Hard decision there, I hate spam too.
On Tue, 31 Jan 2006 19:27:33 +0100
Marvin Preuss <xsteadfastx@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
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> patgus wrote:
> > Ok, it was not listed. It is now, what does the
> > reject *:25
> > on the listing on this webpage signify. I assume it has something to do with my firewall but what?
> that means that port 25 is not allowed as exit port on your server. this
> is default (as i know) cause people could use tor to send spam emails.
> thats why it should be rejected. and the * means.....from everyone. so
> port 25 from everyone gets rejected as exit point.
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