[tor-mirrors] HTTPS over port 80

Andrew Lewman andrew at torproject.is
Thu Jan 1 16:18:28 UTC 2015

Correct. Some firewalls block port 443, some use deep packet inspection 
to block ssl on any port.


------ Original Message ------
From: "Syrup-tan" <syrup+tor at denpa.moe>
To: tor-mirrors at lists.torproject.org
Sent: 2014-12-31 19:36:37
Subject: [tor-mirrors] HTTPS over port 80

>I setup a mirror on one of my non-relay servers; 
>It’s currently setup to route everything through https, including 
>traffic to port 80.
>I read the pointers from the FAQ, specifically; 
>>Try not to redirect http to https. Many places in the world cannot use 
>>https due to local or national firewalls.
>I was wondering if my mirror still be available to the majority of 
>these users. If the ISP is only blocking port 443, they should still be 
>able to access my site via SSL over port 80, but if they’re doing 
>deeper packet inspection they might not be able to reach it, correct?

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