Seems the simplest solution would be to, by default, disallow Tor from
On Nov 8, 2007 11:29 PM, Kyle Williams <kyle.kwilliams@xxxxxxxxx
> If you want to run a hidden server, such as a web site over a .onion
> address, then that's fine.
> If your router is disallowing people to access the admin webpage interface
> from the Internet, that's probably a good thing.
> But if running a Tor exit node opens up that admin webpage to the rest of
> the Tor network, that's not good. At that point, anyone could anonymously
> try and hack your router. God help you if they do get in, then your really
> in trouble.
> There is no point in redirecting that type of request, it needs to be
> ....Maybe replying with a "bad hacker, not root for you!" webpage would be
> funny though.