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. This makes it possible for clients to make an onion connection to one or more authorities for bootstrapping purposes. It then connects to the authority's DirPort via the onion connection to that … integrity, but the information downloaded is signed anyway. [1] Though it's probably not too hard to guess that you're bootstrapping once you know it goes to a Tor node and there's a lot of downloading happening. Still, you can't just filter for "GET /tor/" to block the connection. …
answered Oct 3 '13 by weasel - Peter Palfrader