Updated Tor Exit config

Below are some small developments with respect to my Tor exit routing operations. I updated my torrc file by removing the configuration lines that I don’t use and the comment verbiage. I also added a new low-bandwidth exit router on a VPS in Iceland, tor.pirate.is, and made sure to update my MyFamily fingerprint line.

## UPDATED: 2012-JUL-24
NumCPUs 2
SocksPort 0
Log notice file /var/log/tor/notices.log
RunAsDaemon 1
DataDirectory /var/lib/tor
ORPort 9001
Nickname yawnbox
Address tor.anon.is
RelayBandwidthRate 5500 KB
RelayBandwidthBurst 7000 KB
ContactInfo Chris Sheats
DirPort 9030
MyFamily $6B53D408A434C2410FADA8224097CC60A441F7C5,$0F8D514E77A8E375105F506C549B87D080F736BB
ExitPolicy accept *:119 # accept nntp as well as default exit policy
ExitPolicy accept *:22 # ssh
ExitPolicy accept *:443 # https (HTTP via TLS)
ExitPolicy accept *:465 # smtps (SMTP over SSL)
ExitPolicy accept *:993 # imaps (IMAP over SSL)
ExitPolicy accept *:994 # ircs (IRC over SSL)
ExitPolicy accept *:995 # pop3s (POP3 over SSL)
ExitPolicy accept *:6660-6667 # allow irc ports
ExitPolicy accept *:6697 # irc (using SSL)
ExitPolicy reject *:* # no exits allowed

I also updated both to Tor 0.2.3.19-rc. Since I run these as a hobby, I don’t mind running bleeding-edge exit routers.

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