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#125 Fixed Try to assert(0) less vigorously nickm
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The recent assert_no_tls_errors() -> check_no_tls_errors() patch makes me worry that there could be other places where we bail out of our code too aggressively. We should go through our asserts and see if there are any places where we assert(0) that we could recover from instead.

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#126 Fixed MacOS X 10.4 incompatibility Tor v0.1.0.4-rc jamespark
Description

Tried v0.1.0.3-rc and then v0.1.0.4-rc when it was released.

Apr 25 10:11:11.711 [notice] tor_init(): Tor v0.1.0.4-rc. This is experimental software. Do not rely on it for strong anonymity. Apr 25 10:11:11.719 [notice] options_act(): Initialized libevent version 1.0d using method kqueue Apr 25 10:11:33.988 [warn] Warning from libevent: kevent: Bad file descriptor Apr 25 10:11:33.991 [err] do_main_loop(): libevent poll with kqueue failed: Bad file descriptor [9]

Sometimes it looks like it starts to work and then breaks when I try to visit a page like http://www.yahoo.com/.

Apr 25 10:17:13.519 [notice] tor_init(): Tor v0.1.0.4-rc. This is experimental software. Do not rely on it for strong anonymity. Apr 25 10:17:13.528 [notice] options_act(): Initialized libevent version 1.0d using method kqueue Apr 25 10:17:27.481 [notice] circuit_send_next_onion_skin(): Tor has successfully opened a circuit. Looks like it's working. Apr 25 10:18:44.327 [warn] Warning from libevent: kevent: Bad file descriptor Apr 25 10:18:44.329 [err] do_main_loop(): libevent poll with kqueue failed: Bad file descriptor [9]

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#128 Fixed Private nets should be rejected unless explicitly accepted thomass
Description

Private networks (192.168., 10.0.0, ...) should be rejected unless the administrator explicitly adds an accept policy.

Instead of a exit policy like this: ExitPolicy accept *:53 ExitPolicy accept *:443 ExitPolicy reject *:*

The current setup forces the administrator to use a unnecessary complex exit policy: ExitPolicy reject 0.0.0.0/8:* ExitPolicy reject 169.254.0.0/16:* ExitPolicy reject 127.0.0.0/8:* ExitPolicy reject 192.168.0.0/16:* ExitPolicy reject 10.0.0.0/8:* ExitPolicy reject 172.16.0.0/12:* ExitPolicy accept *:53 ExitPolicy accept *:443 ExitPolicy reject *:*

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