Tor users should make sure they add the following configuration to their torrc file (usually located in /etc/tor/torrc) before logging into this site:
MapAddress livelyblog.com livelyblog.com.84CA95A4D9E824C6F9662711B887433525760F72.exit
MapAddress livelyblog.net livelyblog.net.84CA95A4D9E824C6F9662711B887433525760F72.exit
MapAddress *.livelyblog.com *.livelyblog.com.84CA95A4D9E824C6F9662711B887433525760F72.exit
MapAddress *.livelyblog.net *.livelyblog.net.84CA95A4D9E824C6F9662711B887433525760F72.exit
MapAddress trykker.com trykker.com.84CA95A4D9E824C6F9662711B887433525760F72.exit
MapAddress trykker.net trykker.net.84CA95A4D9E824C6F9662711B887433525760F72.exit
MapAddress *.trykker.com *.trykker.com.84CA95A4D9E824C6F9662711B887433525760F72.exit
MapAddress *.trykker.net *.trykker.net.84CA95A4D9E824C6F9662711B887433525760F72.exit
The named Tor server veronika is running on the computer running this free blog service. This means that Tor users who are using the above configuration will exit from the Tor network from the computer the free blog service is running on when they are using it. This ensures both anonymity and end-to-end encryption.
AllowDotExit is currently required due to Tor bug #3940. Tor versions newer than 0.2.1 require AllowDotExit to use .exit notations in torrc. The bug will likely be fixed in Tor version 0.2.3 final.