URGENT: Starting Dec. 1st, Russian ISPs have started blocking access to Tor. We've also learned that Roskomnadzor, the Russian gov't responsible for censorship, intends to block http://torproject.org.
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@torproject does running snowflake on my browser help in this case? I can’t let my computer turned on 24/7 to run a obfs4 bridge due to energy costs, but I can let snowflake running while I’m on my work shift
@ggus @aito @torproject Unfortunately, I haven't the resources to run a Tor bridge but, like aito, I've installed Snowflake. Apparently, I've helped 14 people in the last 24 hours, which is at least something.
Are Snowflake clients restricted/protected by my Pi-Hole, or do the clients perform their own DNS lookups?
I have not set up a bridge. Though I looked at the possibilities for it. It is not really feasible for me to set up a bridge.
But I do sometimes turn on Snowflake proxy!
Is there an android app for easilly running a snowflake proxy from your phone? (Without having to install it in Termux, might be possible to do that instead though.)
And on my webserver that almost nobody visits I have recently embedded the Snowflake Proxy iframe, probably will not do anything, but well, maybe...
@torproject this is funny because so many Russian state linked hacking and ransomware groups are so heavily dependent on the service.
@torproject These people can try to block, But we will figure other ways around it. technology is just too op! 😈😈😈
@torproject Run a Tor bridge. Follow these instructions: https://blog.torproject.org/run-a-bridge-campaign/
@torproject Doesn't this answer the question:
Who ran that large fleet of recently discovered spy nodes?
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