Changes between Version 553 and Version 554 of doc/GoodBadISPs


Ignore:
Timestamp:
Apr 25, 2017, 9:57:11 AM (2 years ago)
Author:
Guest1000
Comment:

--

Legend:

Unmodified
Added
Removed
Modified
  • doc/GoodBadISPs

    v553 v554  
    128128|| [https://www.sonera.fi/ TeliaSonera Finland] || AS1759 || Yes || Yes || No || Hosted a large 10 MB/s (80 Mbps) Tor exit (wubthecaptain1) from a residential connection on a dynamic IP-address between 2016-02-03 and 2016-07-12, until the ISP asked to remove the exit policy citing over 8200 abuse reports and violation of acceptable use policy. Smaller, low abuse exits may be fine. Outbound port 25 is blocked nationally. || || [https://partyvan.eu/transparency/emails/2016-01-09-teliasonera-tor-exit.mbox Pyyntö merkitä Tor exit liittymään 346-850033] || 03/26/2016 ||
    129129
     130=== Hungary ===
     131||  '''Company/ISP'''  ||  '''ASN'''  ||  '''Bridges'''  ||  '''Relay'''  ||  '''Exit'''  ||  '''Comments'''  ||  '''Last Updated'''[[BR]][[BR]][[BR]]''(YYYY-MM-DD)''  ||
     132|| [https://serverastra.com/ ServerAstra] || || Yes || Yes || Yes || [https://serverastra.com/ ServerAstra] allows Tor exits. They only say you should answer abuse requests in 24h, so it seems Tor exit is ok for them as long as they don't get in trouble themselves. Same goes for Mixmaster nodes. ServerAstra has unmetered 100Mbit traffic for about EUR 20 per month. You can use the 100Mbit 24/7 and they won't complain or reduce the bandwidth. They have some security issues including plaintext-only admin panel and web console, and sometimes shut down servers that generate abuse complaints, even when they know that the host is a Tor exit. ISP has re-confirmed by e-mail that exit nodes are acceptable, with "strict" exit node policies. || 2014-10-15 ||
     133|| [https://szerverpark.eu/ RendszerNET Kft.] || AS60071 || Yes || Yes || Yes* || *Exit relays are only allowed on dedicated servers.[[BR]] Short and clear Terms of Service. || 2017-04-20 ||
     134
     135
    130136=== Iceland ===
    131137 * `relay [+] exit [+]` [https://1984hosting.com/ 1984Hosting] Has no problems with Tor, asked directly and was told they are fine with them. Fairly cheap as well. --Maquis196
     
    210216||  '''Company/ISP'''  ||  '''ASN'''  ||  '''Bridges'''  ||  '''Relay'''  ||  '''Exit'''  ||  '''Comments'''  ||  '''Tasked'''  ||  '''Correspondence'''  ||  '''Last Updated'''[[BR]][[BR]][[BR]]''(MM/DD/YY)''  ||
    211217|| [https://hosthatch.com/ hosthatch] ||AS36351|| Yes || Yes || No ||Their Hong Kong VPS type is OpenVZ,and ISP is SoftLayer. VPS locate in Pacnet's data centers, Hong Kong.  ||  ||[https://trac.torproject.org/projects/tor/wiki/doc/ISPCorrespondence#HostHatch Here]||surveillance104,05/01/16||
    212 
    213 === Hungary ===
    214  * `relay [+] exit [+]` [https://serverastra.com/ ServerAstra] allows Tor exits. They only say you should answer abuse requests in 24h, so it seems Tor exit is ok for them as long as they don't get in trouble themselves. Same goes for Mixmaster nodes. ServerAstra has unmetered 100Mbit traffic for about EUR 20 per month. You can use the 100Mbit 24/7 and they won't complain or reduce the bandwidth. They have some security issues including plaintext-only admin panel and web console, and sometimes shut down servers that generate abuse complaints, even when they know that the host is a Tor exit.   ''Update 2014-10-15'' ISP has re-confirmed by e-mail that exit nodes are acceptable, with "strict" exit node policies.
    215218
    216219=== Czech Republic ===