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Flashproxy

Recently some of our TOR Bridges got an update and now support Flashproxy. Flashproxy is a new Pluggable Transport which allows TOR clients to access a bridge even when its IP-Address is blocked in their country. It uses a proxy (running on a machine such as your computer) to make a link between TOR clients and a TOR bridge. As censors constantly find new ways to block access to the TOR network, relay-operators have to use new software to make their bridges available to the people who need them. You don't have to be an operator to support the TOR Network, just make a donation or help us keep our bridges reachable. Flashproxy gives you the opportunity to be a part of a great project. If you use recent versions of the Firefox or Chrome browsers, install one of the following plugins and off you go!

If you want to know more about Flashproxy check out this website or have a look at the research paper.

blog/flashproxy.txt · Last modified: 2014/12/04 17:48 (external edit)