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Re: iptables and tor
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>> On Sat, Feb 09, 2008 at 07:07:26PM -0500, dante@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx wrote 0.8K bytes in 21 lines about:
>> : Has anyone given any thought as to what firewall rules to use on a linux
>> : system running a tor server? Besides the usual attacks against the
> In general, how would you protect a server with a public IP without tor?
Common "default deny and allow only specified" rules which is used by
any admin who has common sense? Can't think of anything else.
Only allow incoming tcp traffic to Tor's dir- and listeningport and deny
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