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Re: Tor operator raided in Finland
> Sometimes, when a Tor user does something illegal with Tor, the exit
> node operator of the exit node the Tor user was using is blamed.
if you use a transparent proxy plus a provider proxy as parent proxy
for your TOR server, you can simply avoid that ;-)
To be absolutely sure, you can restrict the TOR output to port 80 and and use
transparent http proxying to port 80, plus a provider proxy as parent proxy.
I'm runnig a TOR server for more than two years with no blocked port (except 25 since late 2006),
proxied port 80 since 2007 and had no significant problems.