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Re: Bridges and China (new thread)

On Thu, May 27, 2010 at 11:21:50AM +0800, for.tor.bridge@xxxxxxxxx wrote 2.7K bytes in 67 lines about:
: >I've been told if you search on baidu, you can find  such bridge addresses.
: >bridge addresses are being released by blog posts, BBS posts, qq, and ads on taobao.
: then bad guys can get and block them too through baidu searching,
: and more, qq is totally under control of bad guys, we can't trust qq, believe me, I know the truth.

The point of releasing the bridge addresses this way is to see how long
it takes to go from public publishing to blocking in the GFW.

: >Tor supports 3rd party http/https proxies
: could you kindly tell me how to use tor above 3rd party https/http proxies? what's the config?

There are two ways to do this, through Vidalia or editing your torrc.
In Vidalia, go to Settings, Network, and click "I use a proxy to access
the Internet", then enter your proxy details.

In torrc, see

Andrew Lewman
The Tor Project
pgp 0x31B0974B

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