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Re: [tor-talk] Running an exit node which exits on a different IP than it listens to

On Tue, 24 Jun 2014 15:07:16 +0200
Anders Andersson <pipatron@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:

> The reason would be to minimize the chances of the exit IP ending up
> in some overzealous blacklist.

I think the long-time position of the Tor project was that if someone wants to
block all Tor exit relays, they should be able to do so.

> I'm pretty sure that a lot of the
> blacklist operators just scrape the public list of relays and then
> they end up in a lot of places where the customer is not even aware
> what is being blocked. This is painfully obvious to people running a
> non-exit relay from home, when trying to use IRC or other services.

And sorry but this is just a non-sequitur. "Clueless blocking of non-exit
relays is bad, therefore _EXIT_ relays should now start evading blocklists."

With respect,

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