Changes between Version 5 and Version 6 of org/roadmaps/TorBulkExitlist


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Timestamp:
Mar 5, 2018, 6:41:03 AM (7 months ago)
Author:
sambhav2612
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fix punctuation and grammatical errors

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  • org/roadmaps/TorBulkExitlist

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    11== Overview ==
    2 The Tor Bulk Exitlist is a service others can query to determine if an IP is a tor exit node or not, and if so, on which tcp ports it allows traffic.  The website is https://exit.torproject.org.  The code repository is at https://gitweb.torproject.org/tordnsel.git
     2The Tor Bulk Exitlist is a service other can query to determine if an IP is a tor exit node or not, and if so, on which TCP ports it allows traffic.  The website is https://exit.torproject.org.  The code repository is at https://gitweb.torproject.org/tordnsel.git
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    44== TODO List ==
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    6  * Need a way to query it for which IP addresses allow exiting to the following set of ports. (Right now it considers only one port.) We got a patch for this from a Freenode developer, but then dropped it on the floor.
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     6 * Need a way to query it for which IP addresses allow exiting to the following set of ports. (Right now it considers only one port.) We got a patch for this from a Freenode developer but then dropped it on the floor.
    87 * Convert the code from Haskell to Python
    98 * document the code and write a specification
    10  * We got a bug report that it's answering dns queries not-quite-right.  Then a Debian guy (lunar@debian.org) sent us a patch. Then Jake tried to recompile, and found that tordnsel doesn't build on recent Debian. Get the patch in and get it building again.
     9 * We got a bug report that it's answering DNS queries not-quite-right. Then a Debian guy (lunar@debian.org) sent us a patch. Then Jake tried to recompile and found that tordnsel doesn't build on recent Debian. Get the patch in and get it building again.