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Re: TOR on Academic networks (problem)
On 5/16/06, Watson Ladd <watsonbladd@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
10,000 IP addresses, or domain names? We only need to block the
btw, how does the library proxy handle this much? I think tor can do
regex matching on the ip/hosts.
Tor doesn't do DNS-based blocking for a variety of reasons (consult the FAQ).
I think the best thing is to use a nice tree for all directory
lookups. Something tells me tor uses a slow linear search through the
file if it's not scaling O(lg n).
> Joseph Lorenzo Hall
> PhD Student, UC Berkeley, School of Information
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Joseph Lorenzo Hall
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