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Re: Analyzing TOR-exitnodes for anomalies
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>> How can I see which exit node is using?
> Check this with Vidalia ...
Thanks for the info.
>> I think that badly behaving exit nodes should be excluded automagically.
>> How, I dont know =).
> For the moment nothings prove that any exit nodes are responsibles for this.
> We have to do somethings based on facts not fears...
> I suggest, If the facts prove that some exit nodes are responsible, that we
> keep them temporarely, instead of immediatly blocking them, and use them
> as "guinea pig" to study their behaviour and prevent that kind of abuse in
> the future.
I admit it, perhaps I was too hastily blaming anomalities on exit node
without thinking it over. I was just pissed off (ok, thats not an excuse)...
Sorry for any inconvience =)
ps: ugghh, my eBay account was freezed 'cause I used it via tor... I',
using transparent tor and added some of eBays servers to exclude list
but theres ton of them..
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