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Re: relay tidbits...
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If in the United States,
pertains to you.
Nope, but I'm sure there is something similar where I am.
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.
If I believe that the majority of POP3 traffic over tor is performed by
unauthorised parties, and as an exit node admin I'm someway helping this
access, then is there not a moral argument for exit node admins to
detect the abuse of tor and alert the people affected? to go further, is
there not a moral argument for this detection/alerting to be done by tor
itself? in POP3's case the mail server administrator/security people
might benefit from a resource that would tell them whether any of their
assets are being abused using tor. as long as only specific identifiers
are captured, with absolutely no personal details, I'd think a
repository of this kind would help out a few people, and I don't see the
harm in doing so.
I'd be interested if people did see the harm.
Again, if this is detrimental to the project I'll stop the relay.