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02mydafsoup-01

IRAN blocks IT-communication systems

cf. here & here by Globalvoices




Quell-URL:   https://joindiaspora.com/posts/1283409

Help users in Iran reach the internet
https://lists.torproject.org/pipermail/tor-talk/2012-February/023070.html
So, there's a serious need for obfuscated bridges for Tor right now due to the Iranian government not pulling many punches on censoring the Internet over there. Unfortunately, the setup is a bit more involved than setting up a normal bridge, as the need for these kind of popped up before it was anticipated. So, if you can, it would be helpful to get one of these set up to combat this bullshit. Don't worry, it's completely legal (well, in most countries...see your local laws if you live under a particularly oppressive regime).

#Tor #Cypherpunk #PirateParty #Censorship #Iran




iSSH SSH wrapper for circumventing Iranian DPI Censorship
http://paste.debian.net/155833/
This is a tool written by an Iranian to get through the recent blocking of SSH behind the national firewall. In theory, this should allow for the creation of SSH tunnels, thus allowing access back out to the unfiltered internet. Another option for folks not necessarily able to pick up the latest Tor client and obfsproxy.
And then there is tunneling over http proxies, through tools like Corkscrew (http://www.agroman.net/corkscrew/) or Gothard (http://www.nazgul.ch/dev.html).
Spread this information around, as this current wave of censorship is insidious, and is leaving people who formerly knew their way around it unable to connect back out to the outside world. The lights NEED to be kept on to avoid even further abuse by the power of the state.




—  oAnth at Diaspora* via Evernote - 2012-02-11
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