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Subject: TOR ExcludeNodes
This is my first message to or-talk so I hope I did it all right...
and to my question:
I added the ExcludeNodes rule to the torrc file with some nodes I don't want TOR to build a circuit with.
After adding this rule I connected to the control port and by using the "GETINFO circuit-status" command I noticed TOR built circuits using routers I didn't want it to use...
what did I do wrong?
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