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Re: List of exit nodes wanted

olaf.selke@xxxxxxxxxxxx (Olaf Selke) writes:

> you can obtain the list in plain txt format updated every 5
> minutes from Tor Network Status sites located in
> the US
> http://torstatus.kgprog.com/ip_list_exit.php
> or
> the Old Europe
> http://torstatus.blutmagie.de/ip_list_exit.php

Thanks, Olaf.  I guess those are supposed to be the same list, with
one mirroring the other, but I've spot-checked them this morning
and they seem to be out of sync, never quite agreeing with each

These don't look like official URLs, so if they go dead in a year
I guess I'll ask or-talk again.

This might be more efficient for my code than the DNSEL, so I might
end up using it despite the false positives/negatives.

coderman@xxxxxxxxx (coderman) writes:

> use the Tor DNSEL implementation.  it is up to date and easy to
> integrate:
> http://wiki.noreply.org/noreply/TheOnionRouter/TorDNSExitList

That looks useful, I may write a CPAN module based on that sample
code.  Plus it looks like an official project, so its URL is more
likely to stick around.  Thanks!

If whoever runs that DNS server is reading this -- my website may
be hitting your server a lot (10K times a day).  Will that be a
problem?  At how many hits a day will you get mad at me if I don't
run a local cache?  :)
  Jamie McCarthy