A normal tor chain is like this :
Client -> Tor Node -> Tor Node -> Tor Exit Node -> Server
Is it possible to have this schema ( two chains ) :
Client -> Tor Node -> Tor Node -> Tor Exit Node (Sniffer) -> Tor Node -> Tor Node -> Tor Exit Node -> Server ? Could you explain why is it a yes or a no ?
I know that there is a Tor Exit Node List, but is it exhaustive ? Is each exit node verified to be a real exit node ?
My question is about exit nodes and not the chain length. Exit nodes see unecrypted data so it can send it to the server. Can an attacker who host the exit node at this step sniff the data, and not send it to the server directly but using a new tor chain in order to be totaly anonymous ?