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Re: My ISP block Tor Servers

Yes I am from U.A.E - Dubai, My ISP is "Etisalat", I dont thing they will listen to me cause they are blocking many ports, sites and services.

What I was thinking of, why dont TOR network use a dynamic IP's for their servers, and use base64 to encode all tor network data , this will make it hard 
to identify a signature on TOR server to filter it.

Thanks and keep on the good work,
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: herfel@xxxxxxx
> To: or-talk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
> Subject: Re: My ISP block Tor Servers
> Date: Tue, 17 Apr 2007 11:48:29 +0200
> > My ISP Blocked most of tor servers that provide the "cached-routers".
> >
> > any Idea how to bypass this issue !
> IIRC there was a discussion about this a while back on the list, 
> and as of yet there are no easily accessible end-user ways of 
> working around this. (Please correct me if am wrong)
> I think what you are doing is pretty much what was suggested:
> > 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.
> --
> btw: Unless I am mistaken Mr.Death is writing us from the Emirates 
> (at least that's what his E-Mail headers are saying), not from the 
> US, so talking about the legal details in the US is not only 
> offtopic, it's also useless. But go ahead, I am sure the UAE will 
> be impressed when you tell them what you think and they'll stop 
> filtering. Not.
> http://www.opennetinitiative.net/studies/uae/
> Regards
> Herfel
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