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Re: Analyzing TOR-exitnodes for anomalies

ok i have played now for more than an half hour with nonsense domainnames. every time the connection goes through an exit node located in texas, one time in the state new york and one time in denver i have got the advertising page.

maybe it will be a nice test, that someone unsing the same ISP - and in that case maybe the same dns-route - that one of this strange exit nodes have will test what happened when the write a not registered url?

I have also got the advertising one or two times when I was connecting to an exisiting page. But it seemes that nonsenses domainames are a good way for testing cause you can reproduce the advertising.

much fun

Am 06.10.2006 um 21:34 schrieb bagelcat:

hmm. I think this is a problem with some dns-server on second/third level wich make a link to that domainsponsor.com when they are asked for a not registered url. Is it possible?