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Re: Force exitnode oddness
I have Privoxy, so that is possible (if anyone has the filter rule
already I would appreciate it).
But if Privoxy strips the .exit bit, how does Tor then get the
information about which node to use?
On 30 Sep 2008, at 01:13, coderman wrote:
On Mon, Sep 29, 2008 at 5:07 PM, Geoff Down <downie@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
the hostname is being rejected because it contains the .<node>.exit .
Presumably that should have been stripped by my Tor client or the
you actually need a proxy that supports the .exit syntax scrubbing,
like privoxy with appropriate rules, in order to use .exit syntax for
a virtual host domain to work properly. otherwise, the host header
(and possibly other values, like cookie domain) will be incorrect.