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Re: Silly question...

On 10/24/06, Fergie <fergdawg@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Oct 24 23:15:19:698 [Notice] Tor v0.1.2.2-alpha. This is experimental
software. Do not rely on it for strong anonymity.
Oct 24 23:15:20:167 [Notice] We now have enough directory information
to build circuits.
Oct 24 23:15:25:276 [Notice] No Tor server exists that allows exit to
[scrubbed]:80. Rejecting.
... [lots of rejection] ...
Oct 24 23:17:19:354 [Notice] Our directory information is no longer
up-to-date enough to build circuits.
Oct 24 23:17:19:386 [Notice] I learned some more directory information,
but not enough to build a circuit.
... [x2]
Oct 24 23:17:23:651 [Notice] We now have enough directory information
to build circuits.
Oct 24 23:17:46:479 [Notice] Tor has successfully opened a circuit.
Looks like client functionality is working.

this looks like: - Tor was started with an old directory - thought it could create circuits - attempts to connect out (your new firefox?) failed because directory info was actually stale - got updated directory - working fine now?

Why was an exit being created to: [scrubbed]:80

What's up with that? Just curious...

i assume it was your 2.0 firefox using torbutton. is anything else configured to use Tor as a socks proxy?

best regards,

also: if Tor did think an out of date directory (cached?) was suitable for building circuits, shouldn't it defer until it has obtained a current directory?