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Re: TOR on Academic networks (problem)
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On May 16, 2006, at 8:14 PM, Peter Palfrader wrote:
On Tue, 16 May 2006, Michael Holstein wrote:
For the short-term, I wrote a script that wgets the library's list of
subscriptions, and munges that to get the unique domain links, and
those into /etc/hosts with bogus addresses that are denied by the
policy (eg: 127.0.0.2 some.domain). Yes, I realize this doesn't
access by IP, but if I can keep out 95% of the miscreants, that's
You are hurting the Tor network more than you realize. You are
clients and clients cache that answer. Don't do this.
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The correct way is to put the IP's in a deny list in the config file.
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