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Dnia wtorek, 17 czerwca 2014 12:01:28 Scott Blaydes pisze:
> On Jun 17, 2014, at 11:44 AM, Tyler Durden <[email protected]> wrote:
> > Hi
> > 
> > I'm one from "Frenn vun der Enn" a Torservers.net partner organisation.
> > If you run a Tor exit on your own server (which you use for other stuff)
> > it won't take long to get yourself blacklisted. We recommend to put the
> > node on another server or to change your exit node to a relay or bridge.
> I am running a relay only node, so the issues with an exit node shouldnâ??t
> get me. It looks like this list pulled the server via the Nickname field in
> the Tor config.
> Do you have problems on the relay only nodes?

I had problems with it some time ago -- lab I worked in was banned from 
editing Wikipedia by not logged-in users because of it.

Lately, one of large hosting providers shut down our server because we had a 
TOR hidden service running there (NOT a relay/bridge/exit node).

There is a lot of hate towards TOR. :/

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