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Re: Abuse ticket
it was not a spam in my case. See that piece of shit:
I run a forum at ****.co.uk and tonight a user has highlighted a private message that was sent from
the following IP: 72.14.**.** on: Fri, 13 Mar 2009 21:20:54 UTC.
The recipient has personally contacted the Child Exploitation & Online Protection Centre www.ceop.gov.uk
however, having done a lookup on the IP and finding this email address,
I wanted to alert this to you too. I have now blocked any access from
Here was the original message:
I've had it with you, cun.t. I know more about you than I should. I've
seen what you look like, fatso. And when I drop by your area I am going
to find you, and I am going to fu.ck
you up your arse and then strangle you to death. No joke.
I will watch your face while you run out of breath and shrivel up and
die like the fanny licking little faggo.t you are. Oh what a fun sight
it'll be. A sight for sore eyes? YEAH.
Forum admin is probably also an id*ot, because I dont know, why he blocks subnet of 65000 IP address because of single abusive post. On other hand, I accept my VPS's provider attitude, because it is unacceptable to leave his IP pool in blacklists...
As I wrote many times before, running my VPS has priority No.1, but I also like to support Tor and I will try to find any solution to keep exit node running. If anybody have an idea, please help me!
On Tue, Mar 17, 2009 at 3:05 AM, krishna e bera <keb@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
I have gotten two abuse complaints relating to posting of spam onto Craigslist
via my Tor exit node. In each case i sent the complainant and my ISP a note about
Tor (modified EFF DMCA response) as well as a suggestion that part of the problem
is the website's failure to require users to authenticate and confirm postings.
Forum users can be anonymous but still maintain a solid internet reputation.
Even anonymous users can be identified and located based on repeated abusive
behaviour at other forums.
Also, it would be overkill for the website to ban the entire IP space of your
VPS provider since they need only ban the IP that your Tor node has (or all Tor
exits e.g. using TorDNSEL service https://www.torproject.org/tordnsel/index.html.en)
On Tue, Mar 17, 2009 at 01:18:10AM +0100, slush wrote:
> Im running Tor on VPS and I have some problems with abusive Tor traffic.
> Firstly, I had problem with DMCA and BitTorrents, so I close non-HTTP(s)
> ports and everything was OK for few months. Now, some dumbass wrote
> abusive message to some web forum, which was reported to police. They
> located my server as source. Last message from VPS admin is:
> Hello Marek
> While running a Tor node is not against our TOS, allowing traffic to pass
> through your servers that results in our IP space being banned certainly
> This is your first abuse ticket, so we will set it to auto-close in 48
> hours. If we do receive additional complaints we will need to ask you to
> remove Tor from your Linode.
> I dont want to close HTTP ports 8-), but next report of abusive traffic
> will lead to shutting down Tor or whole VPS :-(. So is there any "best
> practice", what I should do now? DMCA response is probably not fitting to
> this issue...