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Comment Glad the tor project has a solution. (Score 5, Interesting) 73

I live in China. The obfsproxy tor bridge works for me. The GFW staff now have to find the address of tor obfsproxy bridge manually to block it. As long as so far as they didn't find out the unpublished bridge address yet Tor works fine for me.

In China people are seeking different ways to breach GFW. We mainly use SSH tunnel, OpenVPN, or some sorts of HTTPS proxy (with some obfuscation needed by both sides or it doesn't work for GFW has capacity to probe SSL/TLS proxy).

I am glad tor now is functioning again in China. Just began to spread the obfsorxy tor browser to the others who need it.

I have a theory that it's impossible to prove anything, but I can't prove it.