[tor-project] Tor blocked in Venezuela

teor teor2345 at gmail.com
Fri Jun 22 08:15:39 UTC 2018

> On 22 Jun 2018, at 17:45, Arturo Filastò <art at torproject.org> wrote:
>> On 21 June 2018 at 20:11:45, Roger Dingledine (arma at mit.edu) wrote:
>> I've been working with a person in #tor for the past few days, to
>> try various configurations. My current best guess is that cantv is
>> blocking by IP address only, and not doing DPI. It is blocking many of
>> the public relay IP addresses, and it is blocking the default (built
>> in to Tor Browser) obfs4 bridges. But obfs4 bridges from bridgedb work,
>> and also vanilla bridges from bridgedb work.
>> That means it would be worthwhile for the OONI folks to do TCP
>> reachability checks of all of the IP:ports for the Tor fallbackdir list.
> We currently test the set of default dir auths, but I don’t think we test the fallbackdir list.

Here's the ticket:

> Here is the list of Tor related addresses we currently check for:
> https://github.com/OpenObservatory/ooni-resources/blob/master/bridge_reachability/tor-bridges-ip-port.csv
> A pull request with the fallback dirs (or even just a email diff) would be gladly merged!

If you like working with text files, here is the current list of fallbacks:

If you like python, here is the stem API for the fallback list:

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