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Re: Tor v0.2.1.23 dose not work in my windowsXP box and Tor v0.2.1.24 can not work in my Debain

I am sorry for my mistake to show up the bridge ip in the unsecure mail list, and I can take care co it in the future :-)
Fortunately, the Bridge IP I have showed up is directly from https:// bridges.torproject.org, every one can surf the wewbsite to get the ip directly, that is to say, this leak is just for a public bridge, I hope my mistake can just make a little hurt to the Tor. network because it is just a public bridge
Sorry to every one who use Tor. :-) 

2010/2/28 Scott Bennett <bennett@xxxxxxxxxx>
    On Sat, 27 Feb 2010 22:41:16 +0800 Peng Zhou <zpbrent@xxxxxxxxx>
>Previously, I use the network from HongKong Polytechnical University
>(I don't know who is the ISP for HK PolyU), when I try to connect with Tor.
>via bridge XX.XXX.XXX.XX:PPP, I have found its TCP handshaking works fine,
>but SSL handshaking is blocked (A packet for SSL client Hello is sent to
>XX.XXX.XXX.XX, but the bridge never gives me reponse):

    Another alert reader has already commented, but your offense is so
egregious that I think it worth making a row about it, so here goes.
    I've blotted out the address and port information above that *you*
should have blotted out before posting it.  Some generous person went to
the trouble of setting up a bridge.  You've now wasted that person's effort.
What a thoughtlessly destructive creep you've turned out to be.  I simply
cannot fathom why someone allegedly interested in using and/or supporting
the tor network would be so eager to ruin a bridge for those who really
need bridges.  (Apparently, *you* have no such need.)

  [inexcusable trash deleted  --SB]
>So I guess maybe the ISP messed up SSL in general?

    Possibly.  But what is terribly clear is that you messed up.
>Best Regards

    Yeah, right.  Get a life.


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