[tor-talk] Ars Technica on Iran's latest strategy

Andrew Lewis andrew at pdqvpn.com
Fri Feb 10 19:02:46 UTC 2012

So not as bad as first portrayed? How is intra country routing being affected?

-Andrew Lewis
Twitter: ThePunkbob

On Feb 10, 2012, at 6:00 PM, Andrew Lewman <andrew at torproject.org> wrote:

> On Fri, 10 Feb 2012 17:18:41 +0000
> Robert Ransom <rransom.8774 at gmail.com> wrote:
>> https://bugs.torproject.org/4927 seems to have been effective.  We
>> just need to hunt down and fix some obfsproxy (server-side) crash bugs
>> and get a good list of very-high-bandwidth obfsproxy bridges before we
>> tell everyone where to find a Tor+obfsproxy client bundle.
> Additionally, the reality in Iran isn't quite so cut and dry,
> https://blog.torproject.org/blog/iran-partially-blocks-encrypted-network-traffic
> for some details. The blocking is not nationwide, nor even ISP wide. 
> Still working on more details. It seems only people connected to
> AS12880 are being routed through a proxy doing more filtering. Granted,
> this AS12880 seems to cover most of Tehran.
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