Changes between Version 281 and Version 282 of doc/GoodBadISPs

Jul 23, 2013, 6:20:50 PM (6 years ago)

Gandi now accepting relay. Change it on good ISP with a warning on over 500Go/month


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    7676 * [ Gigatux] has graciously allowed me to run a Tor relay for over a year and a half with no problems. They actually run their own relay named 'gigatux'. Customer support has been very good as well, and they have helped me handle two abuse complaints admirably. They also offer servers in the US, Germany, and Israel. -Blackpaw
    7777 * [ Bitfolk] allows Tor exits and relays. They are very knowledgable and understand Tor and its uses. They are hot on spam and abuse so advise changing the default exit (good idea in the UK anyhow). Any DMCA notices received were simply forwarded on without agro.
     79=== France ===
     80 * [ Gandi VPS] now accepting Tor relay but charge the bandwidth over 500GB per month. The technical director of Gandi has announced "What happens on your server does not concern me.".
    7982=== Finland ===
    182185 * The french hosting company [] (member of [ iliad]) suspended without warning a bunch a machines that were running Tor after the police came down about creditcard fraud. (Also, any kind of relay is explicitely forbidden in their term of service.)
    184  * [ Gandi VPS] will give one warning and then delete your account if you run a Tor node on their VPS system. Don't try this if you have any domains registered with that account as well, it's difficult to get them back.
    186187 * OVH / Kimsufi suspended and restarted into FTP only mode claiming "hack" even when running as relay, Contacted OVH to explain Tor got the following reply: Actually we don't like TOR on our network, as either a relay or an exit node. You can check our T&C. (Indeed, any kind of relay is explicitely forbidden in their term of service, however, I have a few servers there which are relays on non-standard port, never had a complain.)