Tor Exit Nodes Analyzed and Mapped
Tor exit nodes are the gateways through which encrypted Tor traffic access the Internet. The issue is that after Tor traffic leaves the Onion network, it could be tracked using the exit node.
It’s not something that you could avoid; Tor is dependent on a varied and wide range of nodes. Thus, it’s crucial to understand and be aware of such a problem.
Worth mentioning that most of these nodes are running by good people and probably safe. Still, you can’t always rely on others, and even a few bad nodes pose a threat.
We highly recommend change nodes regularly.
Tor Exit Nodes Analysis
The data has been analyzed on April 12, 2021.
Spyse scanners crawled the list of nodes provided by the Tor Project.
Tor Exit Nodes Breakdown by Country
The data states that most nodes are located in the United States and less in Africa & Asia continents.
Top 15 Countries
Top 15 Internet Service Providers
Tor Exit Nodes List
All analyzed tor exit nodes lists seem not accurate or outdated. Typically nodes won’t change as usually they are hosted on dedicated servers or VPS(Virtual private servers). But we would recommend checking the official website anyways.
Currently, there are 1064 Tor exit nodes. Check Tor exit nodes list: https://check.torproject.org/torbulkexitlist
How to Check if IP is a Tor Exit Node?
To determine whether the IP address is a Tor exit node – enter the IP address on spyse.com and check the banner on port 80. Node will have the title “This is a Tor Exit Router.”
You will also find an abuse report related to this exit node that helps understand the certain IP address’s activity.
For updating current data, contact us via firstname.lastname@example.org or use Bulk Search to simultaneously obtain information about all IP addresses.