But making a research about exit nodes, I noticed that almost all are involved with abuses. I couldn’t find a “clean” exit node but one or two. I downloaded the whole list from https://www.dan.me.uk/torlist/?exit and tested several nodes using
All these sites reported various abuses, from SPAM to several hacking actions and many more. How can it possible I haven’t yet found a “clean” node except one or two. I made a check on about 50 relays. They are not many but various and from different countries.
The second (and more important) question is: is an exit node which is involved with abuses a threat just for the owner of the relay (that can be charged especially in case of serious crimes) or can it be tricky in Tor surfing activity too? In other words, can a node used for abuses be a trap for people who use Tor?
I know that I can be threatened by a snoopy and tricky owner of an exit node (e.g. hackers or governments) who can sniff my traffic (especially if I’m not prudent), but… can people who use nodes for illicit activities do the same thing as they were the node owners?
I hope my question is understandable: I try to do the best I can but unfortunately English is not my native language so I expect that something is not so clear as it should be.