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Re: What can see a server of a Bittorent when I contact with it through Tor?

On 02/23/2010 05:04 PM, Marco Bonetti wrote:
> Bill Weiss wrote:
>> They can all see your real IP.  That's how other nodes know how to get
>> packets to you.
> only peers of the swarm you connect to will have your real ip. the
> tracker will probably just see your exit node one and announce it to
> other peers as well.
> there was a similar thread in this very mailing list last year, we also
> end digging up a proposed BitTorrent RFC too :)

I run a 500kb/sec~ exit node and all my logs (IMAP, SSH, HTTP, etc) are
completely flooded with bittorrent connection attempts when Tor is
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