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Re: [email@example.com: Re: [silk] inside the Great FireWall...]
The Chinese government will eventually try to block Tor. This is why I
think the next design, which is to include a structure for mass
scaling, should not distribute a directory list, but only assign
circuits so the viewers can't get a whole view of the network.
Sunday, December 18, 2005, 2:03:12 AM, you wrote:
> i don't know which version of tor is on torpark but i know the alpha
> version, the current and the previous to current ones would sometimes
> take several minutes building the circuits... this might be where the
> problem comes from perhaps? i wonder how long it will take for the
> chinese government to figure out that there is now yet another way to
> bypass their great firewall.
> On Sun, 18 Dec 2005 01:35:02 -0600, "Arrakistor" <arrakistor@xxxxxxxxx>
>> Yes, it works. I've read the websites that are suggesting the
>> downloads. For most it works, for some, when they first open it
>> firefox times out so they assume it isn't working. However, it then
>> appears to work just fine. I should have this timeout fixed next
>> Saturday, December 17, 2005, 10:05:43 AM, you wrote:
>> > I'm seeing plenty of Torpark chinese downloads. Do we know that these do
>> > actually work?
>> > ----- Forwarded message from Rishab Aiyer Ghosh <rishab@xxxxxxx> -----
>> > From: Rishab Aiyer Ghosh <rishab@xxxxxxx>
>> > Date: Sat, 17 Dec 2005 15:59:52 +0000
>> > To: silklist@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
>> > Subject: Re: [silk] inside the Great FireWall...
>> > User-Agent: Mutt/184.108.40.206i
>> > Reply-To: silklist@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
>> > using torpark  i was able to google for "shanwei" which the
>> > IHT says i should not be able to do  and download pictures .
>> > -rishab
>> > 1. well... after a few mins, the tor connection died. now can't
>> > connect to any site with tor. so i can't find the torpark url. but
>> > ssh still works.
>> > 2. IHT.com, asia section, "China's tight lid on village
>> > shootings", pg 7. from nytimes. sorry, can't connect now to find
>> > url, have paper in front of me. "until tuesday, web users who
>> > [searched on google for] Shanwei, the city with jurisdiction over
>> > the village where the demonstration was put down, would find a
>> > handful of pages.... after a few screens of information unrelated to
>> > the incident, the browsers of users who persisted froze..."
>> > 3. http://english.epochtimes.com/news/5-12-10/35613.html
>> > ----- End forwarded message -----
>> Best regards,
>> Arrakistor mailto:arrakistor@xxxxxxxxx
> Glymr Darkmoon