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Re: [tor-talk] Warning: Do NOT use my mirrors/services until I have reviewed the situation

The usual procedure for getting bad exit nodes out of the network is to
email torproject, as described at
On 12/21/2014 09:25 PM, Soul Plane wrote:
> On Sun, Dec 21, 2014 at 3:17 PM, Thomas White <thomaswhite@xxxxxxxxxx>
> wrote:
>> Many of you by now are probably aware than I run a large exit node
>> cluster for the Tor network and run a collection of mirrors (also ones
>> available over hidden services).
>> Tonight there has been some unusual activity taking place and I have
>> now lost control of all servers under the ISP and my account has been
>> suspended. Having reviewed the last available information of the
>> sensors, the chassis of the servers was opened and an unknown USB
>> device was plugged in only 30-60 seconds before the connection was
>> broken. From experience I know this trend of activity is similar to
>> the protocol of sophisticated law enforcement who carry out a search
>> and seizure of running servers.
>> Until I have had the time and information available to review the
>> situation, I am strongly recommending my mirrors are not used under
>> any circumstances. If they come back online without a PGP signed
>> message from myself to further explain the situation, exercise extreme
>> caution and treat even any items delivered over TLS to be potentially
>> hostile.
> What does this mean for the layman that uses Tor? If I am using Tor via
> Tails am I affected by this? When you say services does that include your
> exit nodes? How would I stop your exit nodes from being used? Is there not
> a way for you to revoke their keys when they are seized by law enforcement?
> Sorry if I misunderstand.

PGP fingerprint: 8516 5FFC 011A 6465 D042 6AC1 D719 1F41 B7CE EDFF
OTR fingerprint OFTC: FF6D1AC2 13F38B15 EDB21522 D3530A6F 6EE01996
OTR fingerprint freenode: 293FAFD3 1155A465 C5B77015 B65E8AEC 63A1AF21
Full PGP public key: https://justaguy.pw

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