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Re: Tool Release - Tor Blocker
From: mz4ph0d () gmail com
Date: Tue, 6 Jun 2006 10:43:08 +1000
On 06/06/2006, at 3:38 AM, Aaron Turner wrote:
Your module doesn't actually make a determination between "malicious"
and "legitimate" users of tor. From where I come from, we call this
"throwing the baby out with the bath water".
Agreed, but it's his server, shouldn't he be able to throw out
whatever babies he wants? Should corporate networks not
block all IPs outside of the ones they want authorized if they
want to? If the reward of restricting Tor access is greater
than the risk of leaving it open, he can and should block
whatever he damn well pleases.
And despite what some people seem to be eluding to in this
thread, that doesn't threaten your right to privacy one bit.
Can't access the site anonymously? Go somewhere you can.
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Re: Tool Release - Tor Blocker Valdis . Kletnieks (Jun 03)
Re: Tool Release - Tor Blocker Tonnerre Lombard (Jun 03)
Re: Tool Release - Tor Blocker Michael Holstein (Jun 05)
Re: Tool Release - Tor Blocker Aaron Turner (Jun 05)
- RE: Tool Release - Tor Blocker, (continued)
Re: Tool Release - Tor Blocker Fabio Pietrosanti - naif (Jun 03)
Re: Tool Release - Tor Blocker Steven Rakick (Jun 03)
- Re: Tool Release - Tor Blocker mz4ph0d (Jun 06)