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[liberationtech] Internet Circumvention Tools and Methods: Evaluation and Review

Tom Ritter tom at ritter.vg
Fri Apr 15 11:36:57 PDT 2011


> OpenDNS doesn't block Tor. I've used OpenDNS forever and exclusively, and never found anything to be blocked.

OpenDNS lets the account holder configure the block settings.  You can
choose among categories like 'Adult', 'Auctions', 'Movies',
'Non-profits' (and so on), by Security Categories (block
malware/botnets; phishing; and RFC1918 addresses), and block specific
domains.  So each 'location' (source IP or IP range) using OpenDNS may
have different settings. (IP Ranges require manual verification)

Tor is probably in the "Proxy/Anonymizer" group: "Sites providing
proxy bypass information or services. Also, sites that allow the user
to surf the net anonymously, including sites that allow the user to
send anonymous emails." But I can't test that at the moment to
confirm.

-tom



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