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I would definitely recommend asking the person making the claim for the calculations underlying it. I suppose, if you had an all-open exit policy, and were in a location where traffic was fully-metered and very expensive, you might be able to rack up US$1,000/day in costs, but that is very far from the common case. Even if you were running an exit in such ...


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The mentioned costs are definitely too much. It would be interesting to know what the base of this estimate is. I run different kind of Tor nodes. The cheapest one is a BananaPi. This is attached to a 100 MBit connection and makes ~30 Mbit. This costs next to nothing. You can also rent servers (sometimes a VPS works). So you can have a Tor node (middle or ...


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From the Tor General FAQ Can I control which nodes (or country) are used for entry/exit? Yes. You can set preferred entry and exit nodes as well as inform Tor which nodes you do not want to use. The following options can be added to your config file torrc or specified on the command line: EntryNodes $fingerprint,$fingerprint,... A list of ...


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