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[tor-talk] Comments on https://www.torproject.org/docs/faq.html.en

1. "Tor does provide a partial solution in a very specific situation,
though. When you make a connection to a destination that also runs a
Tor relay, Tor will automatically extend your circuit so you exit from
that circuit. So for example if Indymedia ran a Tor relay on the same
IP address as their website, people using Tor to get to the Indymedia
website would automatically exit from their Tor relay, thus getting
*better* encryption and authentication properties than just browsing
there the normal way."
I'm not sure if this still holds true, and it's not apparent it is
used when looking at the "Tor circuit for this site" column of the Tor

2. https://www.torproject.org/docs/faq.html.en#SSLcertfingerprint
I think the fingerprint is outdated.
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