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Re: Bad exit?


On Sat, May 03, 2008 at 08:14:55PM +0200, Steffen Schoenwiese wrote:
>I've encountered strange behavior using the exit node
>f36a9830dcf35944b8abb235da29a9bbded541bc. It seems to inject random stuff (JS,
>ads, porn) into the resulting pages. Can anyone verify this? Give it a try at
>some simple page and view the source. At http://www.sschoenwiese.de the source
>should look like this:

><h1>Hello World</h1>

It does.

>Using f36a9830dcf35944b8abb235da29a9bbded541bc as exit it is for example
>something like that:

><body><script src="http://www.google-analyti

I got an empty result when trying to fetch

(Was that a wrong way to try to select that particular exit node?)

Dito when trying another exit node particularly:
(empty result)

When I let tor decide on the exit node, i.e. fetched
via tor/privoxy, I got

<head><script>function PrivoxyWindowOpen(){return(null);}</script>
<h1>Hello World</h1>
<script>function PrivoxyWindowOpen(a, b, c){return(window.open(a, b, c));}</scri

However, I don't know which exit node my tor client chose then.



Kind regards,