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#REDIRECT [[Talk:Plug-ins]]
The mit.edu website listed in the readme of the plugin doesn't work.  If you look in torblock.cpp, the plugin actually pulls data from [http://moria.seul.org:9032/tor/status/authority http://moria.seul.org:9032/tor/status/authority] so I changed the link to that.
[[User:Mets|Mets]] 17:46, 20 May 2008 (EDT)
The current implementation blocks any IP-address mentioned in the above list.
Looking at the list, you can find, that there are some nodes listed as 'Exit', and some are not. Perhaps the plug-in could be improved to make the choice to block some hosts more sensible.
The plug-in could improve even more to only block nodes that actually have exit-policies that would allow to connect to the testing server.
I prethee you to heed the information in the [https://www.torproject.org/faq-abuse.html.en Tor abuse FAQ].
[[User:Aol|Aol]] 18:28, 3 January 2009 (EST)

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