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Re: [tor-talk] SIGAINT email service targeted by 70 bad exit nodes
If it's any help, I remember seeing some sort of list on the tor-talk
mailing list regarding the names of the (now) BadExit relays: name such as
"samest" "engbeli" "enthory", imeld, darctur, lakin, orod, rengmarg. If
someone can pull up a search tool and find it in previous threads, it would
be a great help. I'm on a censored connection at the moment and cannot
perform any such tasks.
Good luck, sigaint!
On Thu, Apr 23, 2015 at 5:02 AM, Aymeric Vitte <email@example.com>
> Le 23/04/2015 06:08, Roger Dingledine a écrit :
>> >I know we could SSL sigaint.org, but if it is a state-actor they could
>>> >use one of their CAs and mill a key.
>> This is not great logic. You're running a website without SSL, even though
>> you know people are attacking you? Shouldn't your users be hassling you
>> to give them better options?:)
>> As you say, SSL is not perfect, but it does raise the bar a lot. That
>> seems like the obvious next step for making your website safer for
>> your users.
>> Yes, you should use SSL/TLS and you and/or your users run the very
> excellent "interception detector" http://www.ianonym.com/intercept.html
> Of course to be maximally efficient the tool should be installed on your
> site and it should be modified not to change the proxy settings (and then
> be compatible with the Tor browser, which unfortunately is currently not
> the case), because if the mitm is not stupid it can see that the
> destination IP in the socks message does not match your domain.
> It can be tried with the secret "abcd" (abcd.sigaint.org)
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