The DHS has proposed to extend that rule to those crossing the land borders with Canada and Mexico, closing the last possible means of leaving the USA, or returning home from abroad, without DHS papers or permission.
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BitTorrent uses a \"distributed sloppy hash table\" (DHT) for storingpeer contact information for \"trackerless\" torrents. In effect, eachpeer becomes a tracker. The protocol is based on Kademila  and isimplemented over UDP.
When a node wants to find peers for a torrent, it uses the distancemetric to compare the infohash of the torrent with the IDs of thenodes in its own routing table. It then contacts the nodes it knowsabout with IDs closest to the infohash and asks them for the contactinformation of peers currently downloading the torrent. If a contactednode knows about peers for the torrent, the peer contact informationis returned with the response. Otherwise, the contacted node mustrespond with the contact information of the nodes in its routing tablethat are closest to the infohash of the torrent. The original nodeiteratively queries nodes that are closer to the target infohash untilit cannot find any closer nodes. After the search is exhausted, theclient then inserts the peer contact information for itself onto theresponding nodes with IDs closest to the infohash of the torrent.
The return value for a query for peers includes an opaque value knownas the \"token.\" For a node to announce that its controlling peer isdownloading a torrent, it must present the token received from thesame queried node in a recent query for peers. When a node attempts to\"announce\" a torrent, the queried node checks the token against thequerying node's IP address. This is to prevent malicious hosts fromsigning up other hosts for torrents. Since the token is merelyreturned by the querying node to the same node it received the tokenfrom, the implementation is not defined. Tokens must be accepted for areasonable amount of time after they have been distributed. TheBitTorrent implementation uses the SHA1 hash of the IP addressconcatenated onto a secret that changes every five minutes and tokensup to ten minutes old are accepted.
The BitTorrent protocol has been extended to exchange node UDP portnumbers between peers that are introduced by a tracker. In this way,clients can get their routing tables seeded automatically through thedownload of regular torrents. Newly installed clients who attempt todownload a trackerless torrent on the first try will not have anynodes in their routing table and will need the contacts included inthe torrent file.
A trackerless torrent dictionary does not have an \"announce\" key.Instead, a trackerless torrent has a \"nodes\" key. This key should beset to the K closest nodes in the torrent generating client's routingtable. Alternatively, the key could be set to a known good node suchas one operated by the person generating the torrent. Please do notautomatically add \"router.bittorrent.com\" to torrent files orautomatically add this node to clients routing tables.
Get peers associated with a torrent infohash. \"q\" = \"get_peers\" Aget_peers query has two arguments, \"id\" containing the node ID of thequerying node, and \"info_hash\" containing the infohash of the torrent.If the queried node has peers for the infohash, they are returned in akey \"values\" as a list of strings. Each string containing \"compact\" formatpeer information for a single peer. If the queried node has nopeers for the infohash, a key \"nodes\" is returned containing the Knodes in the queried nodes routing table closest to the infohashsupplied in the query. In either case a \"token\" key is also included inthe return value. The token value is a required argument for a futureannounce_peer query. The token value should be a short binary string.