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IP Address(es):
Contact Person: Abby Matthews
Last Update: July 2017
Services: Tor-exit

Operating system: Debian 8
NIC 1: Clarkson Network
MAC: ?
CPU: Core 2 Duo
RAM: Not much

Previously maintained by Alan Beadle & Pad Cashin, Tor-exit is a Tor exit note run by the Clarkson Open Source Institute with the permission of OIT and Clarkson University. Previously used for a CS 657 project.

OIT's Conditions

1. Designate a technical/administrative contact for the project. We can automate abuse notices so that they forward to this contact for you/them to respond.

2. Use iptables/ipfilters to prohibit outbound traffic from the TOR host to anywhere in AS-92 (according to Brian Huntley as a minor revision in July 2017).

3. Establish a specific reverse DNS name for the IP assigned to the TOR host, indicating its purpose. I've seen others that are formatted similar to ""

4. Run a simple web server on tcp/80 on this host which hosts a page indicating the host's purpose. Something akin to:

5. Run a reduced exit policy. This will minimize opportunities for abusive traffic types. (See

6. The tor node should not be able to send traffic to any website proxyed by or payed for by Clarkson University. Sites include but are not limited to: