desnacked at riseup.net
Sun May 5 13:18:56 UTC 2013
tor-admin <tor-admin at torland.me> writes:
> On Sunday 05 May 2013 14:50:51 George Kadianakis wrote:
>> It would be interesting to learn which ports they currently whitelist,
>> except from the usual HTTP/HTTPS.
>> I also wonder if they just block based on TCP port, or whether they
>> also have DPI heuristics.
>> On the Tor side, it seems like we should start looking into #7875:
> I am wondering if here is there a way for a user to ask bridgedb for a bridge
> with a specific port?
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If I remember correctly BridgeDB tries (in a best-effort manner) to
give users bridges that are listening on port 443. Obfuscated bridges
that bind on 443 are not very common (because of #7875) so I guess
that not many obfuscated bridges on 443 are given out.
In any case, I don't think that a user can explicitly ask BridgeDB for
a bridge on a specific port, but this might be a useful feature
request (especially if this "filtering based on TCP port" tactic
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