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Re: [tor-talk] Craigslist now blocking all Tor IPs? Template for anyone:
On 08/07/2014 11:20 AM,
> Craigslist was slowing down anyone with a tor IP, though it appears
> they may be blocking the majority now.
> The automated messages from Craiglist appear like this:
> This IP has been automatically blocked. If you have questions, please
> email: blocks-b1406984946068001@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx
> A template for anyone who feelsl ike emailing craigslist (or their
> favorite site):
Craigslist notoriously ignores such messages.
> Please kindly remove Tor IP addresses from the list of blocked IPs
> by your site!
> The IP address your site has blocked is from the Tor network, which is
> a censorship resistance, privacy, and anonymity system used by whistle
> blowers, journalists, Chinese dissidents skirting the Great Firewall,
> abuse victims, stalker targets, the US military, and law enforcement,
> just to name a few. For more information, please see:
> Unfortunately, some people misuse the network. However, compared to the
> rate of legitimate use (the IP range in question processes nearly a
> gigabit of traffic per second), abuse complaints are rare.
> <https://www.torproject.org/docs/faq-abuse.html.en> As can be seen from
> the overview page, the Tor network is designed to make tracing of users
> impossible. The Tor network is run by some 5000 volunteers who use the
> free software provided by the Tor Project to run Tor routers.
> It is also possible to download a list of all Tor exit IPs that will
> connect to your servers at the following link:
> For more information, please see:
> An honest, privacy-sensitive user
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