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In fact, autonomous system diversity in a Tor circuit is a wonderful
thing, for better anonymity against pseudo-global adversaries (such as
ISP's). Then, different ISP's would have to collude to short circuit a
Tor tunnel. Just be careful of those Internet eXchanges, as IX level
adversaries can [probabilistically] short circuit Tor's tunnels.
Drake Wilson wrote:
Quoth Khaled Moussa <khmoussa@xxxxxxxxx>, on 2008-01-22 23:42:33 +0200:
Is there a way for hiding the IP of host and ISP name from Tor network
and TorStatus for security reasons?
That's an extremely vague question. IP of _what_ host, and for _what_
Anyway, based on my predicted disambiguation of your question, the answer
is generally "no, Tor clients and relays cannot easily hide themselves
from the Tor network".
---> Drake Wilson