Ξ welcome to cryptostorm's member forums ~ you don't have to be a cryptostorm member to post here Ξ
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Ξ we're rolling out voodoo network security across cryptostorm - big things happening, indeed! Ξ
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Ξ We've updated our CA certificate. All members need to be using the latest ones by Dec 22. See this page for more infoΞ
Freewheeling spot to chew the fat on anything cryptostorm-related that doesn't fit elsewhere (i.e. support, howto, &c.). Criticism & praise & brainstorming & requests for explanation... this is where it goes when it's hot & ready for action!
It is very easy to fingerprint users based on reverse DNS with CryptoStorm.
e.g. when any site queries your IP they see something like linux-ussouth.cryptostorm.net
This tells them 1) You use cryptostorm, 2) You use linux, 3) The exact server you are using.
It is better to not use vhost/reverse-dns for user privacy.
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