[tor-talk] Tor banned in Pakistan.

Koh Choon Lin 2choonlin at gmail.com
Sun Sep 11 06:48:53 UTC 2011


>> Because encryption is illegal, not ip addresses and port combinations.
>> At the most basic level, they could just block tcp 443 and probably
>> stop the most customers with that alone. If the ISPs really care, then
>> deep packet inspection is the next probability to detect and block
>> anything the dpi device claims is encrypted traffic.
>> Bridges aren't public tor relays. So comparing a list of public tor
>> relays and trying to catch bridge users will not work., tor-talk at lists.torproject.org

Anyone have a link for comprehensive documentation on using Tor in
censored countries? I am heading for one soon and I would be carrying
my own laptop. Hopefully I am able to load up on the necessary
software beforehand.

Koh Choon Lin

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