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Re: [tor-talk] DNS hijacking



Hello
If you could find out the exit, that is doing this, you can report them,
to https://trac.torproject.org/projects/tor/wiki/doc/ReportingBadRelays
On 04/04/2015 12:15 AM, throwaway123@sigaint.org wrote:
> For months now one of my domains keeps getting redirected sometimes when
> accessed through Tor. Even non-existing subdomains.
>
> Instead of landing on my page, one will get to a site looking exactly like
> parkingcrew.net, complete with ads and trackers, but located at a
> different IP in the US and showing the domain tried to access instead of
> "parkingcrew.net". I played around a bit and found out that it will accept
> any valid-looking domain supplied in the Host header, even if the domain
> doesn't actually exist.
>
> It will only happen when using Tor. I did a "normal" DNS dig and a
> tor-resolve simultaneously - the first pointing to the real IP, the latter
> pointing to said server.
>
> Someone out there is manipulating DNS resolves done through Tor.
>

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