Commit 24d46ecc authored by Roger Dingledine's avatar Roger Dingledine
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minor patches from Christian Brueffer


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......@@ -159,7 +159,7 @@ Most node operators do not want to allow arbitrary TCP traffic. % to leave
To address this, Tor provides \emph{exit policies} so
each exit node can block the IP addresses and ports it is unwilling to allow.
Tor nodes advertise their exit policies to the directory servers, so that
client can tell which nodes will support their connections.
clients can tell which nodes will support their connections.
As of January 2005, the Tor network has grown to around a hundred nodes
on four continents, with a total capacity exceeding 1Gbit/s. Appendix A
......@@ -1102,7 +1102,7 @@ new nodes with those ASes in mind?
Citizens in a variety of countries, such as most recently China and
Iran, are blocked from accessing various sites outside
their country. These users try to find any tools available to allow
them to get-around these firewalls. Some anonymity networks, such as
them to get around these firewalls. Some anonymity networks, such as
Six-Four~\cite{six-four}, are designed specifically with this goal in
mind; others like the Anonymizer~\cite{anonymizer} are paid by sponsors
such as Voice of America to encourage Internet
......@@ -1284,7 +1284,7 @@ choice of threat model and requirements. If we did not need to increase
network capacity to support more users, we could simply
adopt even stricter validation requirements, and reduce the number of
nodes in the network to a trusted minimum.
But, we can only do that if can simultaneously make node capacity
But, we can only do that if we can simultaneously make node capacity
scale much more than we anticipate to be feasible soon, and if we can find
entities willing to run such nodes, an equally daunting prospect.
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