1

If I'm not mistaken, Tor connections take place like this:

Client -> Entry node -> [Multiple middle nodes] -> Exit nodes

Is it possible for a client to directly connect to an exit node (deliberately or otherwise), ala VPN?

If so, what are the security implications of this?

1

No, you cannot use Tor as a single-hop proxy.

It was intentionally disabled in #1751 - Project: Make it harder to use exits as one-hop proxies .

In terms of security, you'd lose all anonymity.

-1

1 Tor Circuits Search Website= www.Onionite.now.sh

Search terms include FLAG:Exit Country:

You need to set in TORRC for Tor Browser once you find the fingerprints of the exit nodes you want to use.

StrictNodes 1

ExitNodes exitnodefingerprint, exitnodefingerprint, exitnodefingerprint

For Tor compiled TORRC is configured as such

#StrictNodes 1

#ExitNodes

ExitNodes exitnodefingerprint, exitnodefingerprint, exitnodefingerprint

Your Answer

By clicking “Post Your Answer”, you agree to our terms of service, privacy policy and cookie policy

Not the answer you're looking for? Browse other questions tagged or ask your own question.