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Re: [tor-talk] [Need quick help] 30+ mbps node taken down by host
The last thing that comes to mind is to block port 80 and 443, at least
for some time.
Even if you decide in the end to turn it into a non-exit relay, it will be
beneficial to Tor users.
Thanks for trying. Please add the ISP to the GoodBadISP wiki page.
> My VPS fast tor exit got taken down by the host today for sending spam
> emails. Apparently the upstream provider complained to them about it. I
> thought SMTP was supposed to be disabled by default in the tor config,
> but apparently my node was sending stuff through (even though I didn't
> do anything to change the default setting for that).
> The host is going to give me a chance to see if I can block it, but if I
> can't get the spam to stop, they're going to make me kill the node. I
> prefer not to do this kind of thing, but since it's their house, it's
> their rules.
> Can someone please tell me precisely (what file, what entry) how to
> 1) Tor to block smtp
> 2) Local machine to block smtp egress
> 3) Any other possible way to detect/filter outgoing mail Thank you very
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