[tor-dev] Remote anonymous browsing

Sreenatha Bhatlapenumarthi sreenatha.dev at gmail.com
Tue Apr 16 19:23:04 UTC 2013


  I think that having a web server to handle Tor requests would defeat the
purpose of obfuscation because the server's IP address would be public and
censors could easily block any connections to it rendering it useless.


On Wed, Apr 17, 2013 at 12:04 AM, mahesh <i.mah3sh at gmail.com> wrote:

> Hi, I am a third year undergraduate student of Information Technology at
> PICT, Pune, India. I'm dying to contribute to tor community as I use it a
> lot. There's an opportunity for me in GSOC-2013. I read tor's idea page and
> came to know that would have to contribute to existing project. But, I
> would like to propose a new project. I came across this problem statement
> from a friend of mine who is journalist. He says, most of the times he
> don't have his laptop with him so he cant access tor from a CyberCafe as
> they won't let him download the bundle. So, I propose that there should be
> a web server to handle tor requests over http. I did my study and think its
> feasible but let me know everyone else's thought on it.
> Mahesh
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