Re: ZeroFreedom Web interface remailer down?



In article <1b392e24e7226ff734166ead248139b5@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Cyberiade.it Anonymous Remailer <anonymous@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

The ideal would be using Tor in conjunction with random entry nodes, but
of course Tor's port restrictions and the limited number of entry nodes
that accept SMTP(S) submissions work against that. :(

I use these successfully...

fleegle.mixmin.net:465
remailer-debian.panta-rhei.eu.org:465
cside.dyndns.org:465
mail.ecn.org:465
mail.cyberiade.it:465
mail.deuxpi.ca:465
mail2.frell.eu.org:465
mail.mixmaster.it:465

I suppose that's a fair amount, but it could be better. Tor has no problem
with 465.
Note: There's also remailer.paranoici.org:465 but it greylists, which
makes it unusable (and weird).

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