andrea at torproject.org
Tue May 7 11:38:26 UTC 2013
On Sun, May 05, 2013 at 10:40:52AM +0000, Nima wrote:
> Iran is actively dropping connections to *any* unknown port right after
> Pluggable Transport successfully connects to Tor network, Although it
> can not make a circuit in many ISPs including "Mobin".
> "I disapprove of what you say, but I will defend to the death your right
> to say it" --Evelyn Beatrice Hall
Hmmm... what does it behave like during those 60 seconds? Is it throttled,
or can we get data through by cycling through a series of fresh TCP
What does it do with UDP packets? Could a datagram-based protocol defeat
this? If they're interfering there, what about using TCP-looking packets to
fake it? I.e., send SYNs with the data we really want to get through in the
body and let them waste resources on their routers tracking connections
that don't even really exist.
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