Changes between Version 38 and Version 39 of doc/ReducedExitPolicy


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Timestamp:
Jun 16, 2018, 10:00:19 AM (11 months ago)
Author:
TrueNorth
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Clarified Tor DNSBL + ports with source link

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    108108It should be noted that to avoid Tor DNSBL an exit nodes ORPort and/or DirPort must not use the 'default' ports 9001 or 9030. ''If your computer isn't running a webserver, and you haven't set AccountingMax, please consider changing your ORPort to 443 and/or your DirPort to 80.''
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     110Tor DNSBL = ''Every IP which is known to run a tor server and allow their clients to connect to one of the following ports get listed: 25, 194, 465, 587, 994, 6657, 6660-6670, 6697, 7000-7005, 7070, 8000-8004, 9000, 9001, 9998, 9999'' (source) - mxtoolbox.com/problem/blacklist/sectoor
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    110112{{{
    111113ExitPolicy accept *:20-21     # FTP - File Transfer Protocol (data / control)
     
    151153ExitPolicy accept *:1755      # RTSP - Media Services (MMS, ms-streaming)
    152154ExitPolicy accept *:1863      # MSNP - MS Notification Protocol, MS Messenger service / Instant Messaging clients
    153 ExitPolicy accept *:2082     # Infowave Mobility Server and CPanel default
     155ExitPolicy accept *:2082      # Infowave Mobility Server and CPanel default
    154156ExitPolicy accept *:2083      # Secure Radius Service (radsec) and CPanel default SSL
    155157ExitPolicy accept *:2086-2087 # GNUnet, ELI - Web Host Manager default and Web Host Manager default SSL