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Re: [tor-talk] TorBirdy doesn't work with Gmail?
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On 09/09/2013 12:19 PM, Mike Hearn wrote:
> For a real fix we need to be able to identify Tor nodes that exit traffic.
> The fact that some nodes exit traffic but aren't marked as exits would
> appear to be a design issue with Tor itself. I don't think we can
> whole lot of engineering time to building a complicated system to identify
> every possible exit - the only obvious alternative is to simply select
> every Tor node which would be annoying for people who run relays but not
Blutmagie runs a quite in-depth listing of tor nodes (exit and
There are CSVs that can be polled to output just the IP addresses,
which should cut down on any programming time significantly. Is it
possible to just consider all nodes "potential exits"? There are only a
few thousand IPs in the entire network at any given moment, so it
shouldn't be a large undertaking.
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