[tor-talk] ScrambleSuit is ready for testing: help needed!
dardok at riseup.net
Mon Oct 7 18:43:47 UTC 2013
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> Philipp Winter <identity.function at gmail.com> writes:
>> Over the past months, we have been working on the ScrambleSuit
>> pluggable transport protocol . The code has now reached some
>> maturity and it's time to test it! I set up a dedicated bridge
>> and compiled a set of installation instructions listed below.
>> You get bonus points if you test the bridge from within China
>> since ScrambleSuit should resist the GFW's active probing
>> There are probably still some hidden bugs. If you stumble upon
>> something unexpected, please file a trac ticket or reply to this
>> So here are the installation instructions. I tested it on Debian
>> wheezy but it should work just fine on other Linux
> Tested on a Linux system and it worked fine (managed to connect to
> bridge and build a circuit)!
I also have tested it and apparently worked fine. I connected to the
bridge, built a circuit, send some data, disconnected from the bridge
and connected again. Apparently any problem triggered.
I would like to help more with this protocol in particular and
pluggable transport protocols in general, so if someone needs some
neurons, here I am.
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