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Re: A brief response on TRUTHWORTHY
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> I really hate it when Tor servers are chained with squid
> and provide modified content without letting me know.
> Some of them even provide default addresses for failed
> DNS requests, instead of delivering a decent error message.
> I think most of these Tor server operators have no
> wrong intentions and wouldn't mind using such an option
> if it existed. I would be glad if I could easily exclude
I'm running Tor server chained with squid to save valuable bandwidth. It
saves about 2GB per day. No content is modified, only some error
messages by Squid (host not found etc.) which is default behavior. I
dont see anything wrong with that, correct me if I'm wrong.
Many ISP:s transparently redirect http traffic to Squid to save their
Many websites provide (sadly) provide different content depending your
Do you have any examples of content that has been modified by tor server
chained with proxy? I'm intrested.
BTW: my tor server is SpongeBob.
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