Interesting... I thought that a Tor client running a relay would actually help its privacy because you can't tell if its a client connection or relay connection...

El 17/10/2016 a las 3:04, teor escribió:
On 7 Oct 2016, at 08:11, ban...@openmailbox.org wrote:

Should Whonix document/encourage end users to turn clients into relays on their 
machines?
Probably not:
* it increases the attack surface,
* it makes their IP address public,
* the relays would be of variable quality.

Why not encourage them to run bridge relays instead, if their connection is
fast enough?

T

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