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Re: Tor relay shutted down by ISP
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Jon McLachlan wrote:
> If you just run a middle node, nothing "that bad" should come spewing
> out of your box. I would be curious if you were running an exit node
> originally, or if it was just a middle node.
> In the tor-config file, there's some exit policies -> if you reject *:*,
> then you're essentially a middle-node, in which everything is both 1)
> encrypted and 2) between tor-to-tor traffic (which will almost certainly
> generate no future complaints)....
I chose to be an exit node because I wanted to donate my bandwidth to
other Tor users. I've been running a middle-node for several years but I
think that good end nodes are needed too, so I decided to start running
an end node.
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