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Re[2]: Tor limitation

Hello Matt,

Somehow,  I  don't think China will kindly look upon those running Tor
servers  inside  their  country.  Infact,  I  am  concerned  about the
integrity  of  Tor  servers  which  have  data passing through Chinese
servers, as it seems hard to believe their government would allow them
to exist without their approval.

Has anyone else had such concerns, or any answers to such concerns?



Monday, November 14, 2005, 3:18:21 PM, you wrote:

> yes I really want to use an exit node that is located behind the great
> firewall...

> On 11/14/05, ADB <firefox-gen@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>> Here's an easy solution for our buddies under commie control: SET UP MORE
>> TOR EXIT NODE & DIR SERVERS! It's not tha hard! ;)
>> ~Andrew
>> Darren Griffith wrote:
>> Many of the Chinese who are using tor are complaining that it is too
> slow to
>> be usable by them. I imagine that those who feel they need to
> use this
>> program don't mind it being at about dial-up speeds.

>> I'm in Beijing and I'm happy that Tor is there when I need it. In
> fact,
>> en.wikipedia.org is now blocked by my ISP, so Tor is almost
> essential. But
>> yes, it's pretty slow, though I'm patient. Only lately,
> I'm consistently
>> getting DNS lookup failures, and that's what's mostly
> eroding my experience
>> of using Tor all the time. (I know I should
> change the config of my client
>> to give more logging info so I can
> track down this bad exit node, but I
>> haven't made the effort yet.)

> --
> Darren Paul
>> Griffith
> www.madphilosopher.ca

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