surprising dns responses received from hosts that aren't our resolver
This is my first ticket, so bear with me pls. On IRC "Sebastian" asked me to file a bug report
I'm using tor 2.2.25-alpha, vidalia 0.2.12 debian squeeze/wheezy, Linux kernel 2.6.38-2-686 I run a relay and allow all exit policies normally. Run from residential cable modem, timewarner/brighthouse/roadrunner. iptables and guarddog firewall with many recommended ports open.
this is my torrc:
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The old torrc file was renamed to torrc.orig.1 or similar, and Tor will ignore it
ContactInfo xxx ControlPort 9051 DirPort 9030 HashedControlPassword 16:C87CFFBB8A7A0E6C60762C632961A38C9528FF12E165B8D691F55BE104 Log notice stdout Nickname freeeveryone4ever ORPort 9001 RelayBandwidthBurst 393216 RelayBandwidthRate 196608
my error msgs: "eventdns: Address mismatch on received DNS packet. Apparent source was 10.10.7.2xx:5300"
I also get this msg every 10-30 mins: "[Warning] eventdns: All nameservers have failed" they come backup within a min or 2
also get this, for what it's worth: "DNS Hijacking Detected - Tor detected that your DNS provider is providing false responses for domains that do not exist. Some ISPs and other DNS providers, such as OpenDNS, are known to do this in order to display their own search or advertising pages."
Tor seems to keep working, I just thought you'd want to know about these messages.
Thanks, freeeveryone4ever (also my relay name)
ps. let me know if you need more info.