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Re: [tor-talk] News from Iran
On 2012-09-24, at 2:10 AM, Runa A. Sandvik wrote:
> On Sun, Sep 23, 2012 at 11:36 PM, SiNA Rabbani <sina@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>> Next phase is to do the same with the entire population of Iran. It is
>> hard for me to imagine the Internet getting completely shutdown. I
>> suspect they will make SSL traffic very slow to a point that users would
>> give up and look for other alternatives....
> Isn't this something they have been doing for a while?
Apparently VPNs were made illegal, but I don't think that was enforced.
Personally, I wish I had to go to the other side of the planet to find
this kind of thing. Bell, a Canadian ISP, does it too. Not SSL but VPN
and other traffic their DPI can't identify, is steadily throttled down
to zero. OTOH, Rogers, the only other ISP, has always messed with DNS.
Iran must be doing this with Canadian tech -- it sounds so familiar.
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