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Re: My ISP block Tor Servers
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Why exactly would blocking Tor be illegal (and in which country)?
Thus spake Ringo Kamens:
> Which ISP is it? This certainly seems illegal. I've also experienced
> similar issues on school networks.
> Comrade Ringo Kamens
> On 4/16/07, Dr. Death <drdeath@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>> My ISP Blocked most of tor servers that provide the "cached-routers".
>> any Idea how to bypass this issue !
>> I use a vpn connection to connect to another ISP and wait until tor
>> get the
>> circuit complete.
>> i save the cached-routers file and rename it, when tor empty the original
>> file i replace it with the one i have and it work again.
>> The Best Security Is Knowledge
>> Get your free email from http://bsdmail.com
Eugene Y. Vasserman
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