[tor-dev] Introducing Snowflake (webrtc pt)
patrick-mailinglists at whonix.org
Fri Mar 18 17:25:55 UTC 2016
Can a snowflake bridge also be hosted by running from command line only
without an open browser?
If it could be dumbed down for the integrator up to a "sudo apt-get
install snowflage-bridge", this would open up for huge opportunities
getting more bridges.
Freedombox and related box projects could pre-install it. Tails and
Whonix users could optionally install the package and therefore easily
start contributing without asking something which is impossible for most
users for all practical purposes - setting up a port forwarding.
> Hi Patrick -- yes, they're just WebRTC peers, which automatically and
> easily traverse NATs in most cases. "Hosting a bridge" for snowflake
> can be accomplished by leaving a tab open in your browser (or later
> on, running an extension)
> On Tue, Mar 15, 2016 at 2:25 PM, Patrick Schleizer
> <patrick-mailinglists at whonix.org> wrote:
>> Does the server (hosting a bridge) work also out of the box behind NAT?
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