Nie trzeba analizować kodu, jest podane commit ID.smok pisze:http://lists.linuxfoundation.org/piperm ... 10379.html
Ten XT ....hm ? Analizujmy kod źródłowy.Bitcoin XT contains an unmentioned addition which periodically downloads
lists of Tor IP addresses for blacklisting, this has considerable privacy
implications for hapless users which are being prompted to use the
software. The feature is not clearly described, is enabled by default,
and has a switch name which intentionally downplays what it is doing
(disableipprio). Furthermore these claimed anti-DoS measures are
trivially bypassed and so offer absolutely no protection whatsoever.
Connections are made over clearnet even when using a proxy or
onlynet=tor, which leaks connections on the P2P network with the real
location of the node. Knowledge of this traffic along with uptime metrics
from bitnodes.io can allow observers to easily correlate the location and
identity of persons running Bitcoin nodes. Denial of service can also be
used to crash and force a restart of an interesting node, which will
cause them to make a new request to the blacklist endpoint via the
clearnet on relaunch at the same time their P2P connections are made
through a proxy. Requests to the blacklisting URL also use a custom
Bitcoin XT user agent which makes users distinct from other internet
traffic if you have access to the endpoints logs.
https://github.com/bitcoinxt/bitcoinxt/ ... 5b68aa4c23
Zaraz zassam repo na gicie i sprawdzę czy ten kod jest w release 0.11a.
http://lists.linuxfoundation.org/pipermail/bitcoin-dev/2015-August/010380.html pisze:This should probably be posted on the BitcoinXT mailing-list, as Bitcoin
Core does not currently include this feature.