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Re: Like to run TOR-Node

Another possible way would be, to integrate the server hoster into your
security considerations.
What about telling the provider what you are going to do, which risks
there are and how to handle abuse inquiries?

This way of open (and fair) play could give you some advantages in
serious situations later!

They want you as customer, but only if they're able to evaluate the
possible risks. This is understandable. But on this open play, i could
imagine, they have the chance to succor your business and probable are
able to explain to the officers, *before* they take your server off...

If the node operators claim to be white hats, wouldn't that be a good
way to obtain some serious understanding?

Just a thought.


Am Freitag, den 14.09.2007, 16:47 +0200 schrieb Ricky Fitz:
> Am Freitag, den 14.09.2007, 10:15 -0400 schrieb Wilfred L. Guerin:
> > Your best option, in any case, is to test it! (maximal loss is 1 month
> > service fee?)
> 3 months, but that's okay. Probably we should start a Wiki-Page with
> experiences about different Hosting-Provider?
> Regards,
> Ricky.
BlueStar88 <BlueStar88@xxxxxxxxxxx>

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