The crisis in the Ukraine triggert me to join the Tor project.
But my motivation is much bigger (and few inches in size): the Stasi
observation files about my parents - few hundred pages.
In contrast here are the ridiculous 9 (and mostly blackened) spy pages about me.
Freedom needs free press.
Free press needs whistle-blowing.
Whiste-blowing needs anonymity.
Anonymity needs Tor.
The status of my Tor relays is seen at
the ranking of all exit families is here.
I followed the Tor Exit Guidelines,
especially the Reduced Exit Policy
OS is a hardened Gentoo Linux
with minimal kernel .config (eg.: no USB) and no modules
/tmp is a tmpfs,
swap is encrypted
network: IPv4 and IPv6 with static ip addresses
dnsmasq is used for DNSSEC
incoming ports except ssh, DirPort and ORPort are closed
sshd listens at a non-default port, no password login, no root login
Tor exit notice is provided at IPv4 and IPv6 DirPort
homepage is legal-checked (contact, impressum and disclaimer)
An unusual behavior where the BOINC software was involved too happened at 6th of Nov 2014.
And here're few DDoS examples from the past:
27th of April 2015 (>300 MBit/s),
20th of Nov 2015 (34 MBit/s, more),
30th of Jan 2016 (>500 MBit/s),
20th of March 2016 (>900 MBit/s, values),
13th of Jun 2016 (>65 MBit/s),
7th of Jun 2016 (>275 MBit/s),
21th of Jul 2016 (>180 MBit/s, values and graph),
22th of Jul 2016 (>250 Kpck/s, graph)
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