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Re: relay tidbits...
On Sun, Jun 01, 2008 at 11:49:09PM +0100, luser456@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx wrote 1.2K bytes in 29 lines about:
> another reason is to provide a list of POP accounts (pop server IP and
> username, no password is captured) being accessed via tor, just in case
> any admins/users of these servers/accounts find it odd that they are
> being accessed over tor.
If in the United States,
pertains to you.
> is there a case for maintaining a central repository of ip/username
> pairs from certain protocols (pop3, imap, ftp, whatever) emanating from
> exit nodes as a reference for admins in the case that access via tor to
> these accounts is prohibited/not advised.
No more than there is a case for the non-Tor Internet. Tor transports
packets, what people use it for isn't up to you. Interesting that
you're trying to assign morality to a protocol.
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