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Re: [tor-talk] someone doesn't like my IP



Either they're blocking all Tor exits, or that exit in particular got on a
list of naughty IPs because someone used it to launch attacks, send spam,
or other things people don't like.

Try a few more exits until you get one that works or give up trying. In Tor
browser, you'd click on the onion menu and click "New identity." If you're
not using Tor browser, you'll need to send the Tor daemon the newnym signal
(if you don't want to look up how to do that, the cheap hack is to stop Tor
and then restart it.)

On Thu, May 21, 2015 at 10:35 AM, aka <akademiker1@googlemail.com> wrote:

> Yes, half of the internet doesnt like Tor exits, because they trust an
> NSA-operated cloud service (cloudfront) with their traffic.
> Step 1: Be NSA
> Step 2: DDoS popular websites with NSA botnets
> Step 3: create anti-DDoS service to "protect" and wiretap customers
>
> dans@openmailbox.org wrote:
> > Hi. I'm pretty newbi here, and using Tor. Trying to visit a web page
> > using Tor I found this message:
> >
> >    "Access denied. Your IP address [188.138.1.229] is blacklisted. If
> > you feel this is in error please contact your hosting providers abuse
> > department."
> >
> > Is it usual? Why?
> >
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