Changes between Version 51 and Version 52 of doc/badRelays


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Mar 9, 2015, 11:05:45 AM (4 years ago)
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     1'''Note that this page is no longer maintained! If you want to report a bad relay, have a look at [https://trac.torproject.org/projects/tor/wiki/doc/ReportingBadRelays this page].'''
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    14= Known Bad Relays =
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    35This is a summary of tor relays that have been flagged as bad, being either malicious or misconfigured. Its purpose is to use past events to make trends more evident and help aid investigations of future suspicious activity. Most bad relays are caught thanks to our wider community, so many thanks for all your help and vigilance!
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    79Bad relays fall into three categories:
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    811 * !BadExit - Never use as an exit node (for nodes that appear to mess with exit traffic)
    912 * Invalid - Never used unless !AllowInvalidNodes is set (by default this only allows for middle and rendezvous usage)
     
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    1215== What is a bad exit? ==
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    1416A bad exit is one that breaks stuff, either maliciously or through misconfiguration.
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    3032== Individual Bans ==
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    3233__As of April 2013 this list is no longer being maintained.__ The authority operators have decided to coordinate via a torrc one of them considers to be 'secret' (despite that it's essentially public via the consensus). I've made numerous requests to be kept in the loop regarding bad-exiting which have been ignored so I give up on trying to keep track of this. Someone else can take over maintaining it if they have the time.
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    7172== Ban Groups ==
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    7373|| **Referred Name** || **Count** || **Ban Type** || **Date** || **Reporter** || **Reason** ||
    7474|| trotsky || 747 || Invalid || 9/23/10 || atagar || suspected botnet ||
     
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    7777=== trotsky ===
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    7978[wiki:doc/badRelays/trotskyIps IP Addresses]
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    8584=== network ===
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    8785 * [https://atlas.torproject.org/#details/04AEF228B84A4D5542975D2F218C1E35A5F741A6 network51b9450] (64.191.53.37:9001)
    8886 * [https://atlas.torproject.org/#details/FE7C767CBD80069171FD051B434C4A0457E5D920 network17b661a] (64.191.59.245:9001)
     
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    9290== Research ==
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    9491 * 2014-01-21 article [http://arstechnica.com/security/2014/01/scientists-detect-spoiled-onions-trying-to-sabotage-tor-privacy-network/ Scientists detect “spoiled onions” trying to sabotage Tor privacy network] and the actual paper [http://www.cs.kau.se/philwint/spoiled_onions/techreport.pdf Spoiled Onions: Exposing Malicious Tor Exit Relays] contains the list of relays found.
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