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Re: [tor-talk] tor using SSH
> Jim, I am unclear as to what you are saying.. you noticed
> port 22 traffic you weren't expecting on one of your machines..
> Do you recall if that traffic was INITIATED from your machine or
> were you seeing UNSOLICITED incoming SYNs for port 22?
Your machine, running a Tor client, initiates a connection to a machine
on port 22. This is your situation as I understood it.
All of the mentioned IPs are IPs of Tor nodes and all of them announcing
port 22 as a listen port, e.g., Amunet9, a Tor router, accepts
connections on port 22 and 80. By searching for one of the mentioned IP
addresses at http://metrics.torproject.org/relay-search.html. , you can
The traffic to port 22 is most likely Tor traffic and is therefore
You can also download a list of current Tor nodes, but this list changes
regularly (once an hour). You find a list here:
Probably, you only need to whitelist the guard nodes, but the mentioned
list does not distinguish between the different types of nodes.
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