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For situations where Tor is blocked by a firewall, you can configure Tor Browser to use ShadowsocksR (SSR) as a proxy server. This short proof-of-concept video demonstrates the client configuration on Windows. Tor浏览器+ShadowsocksR(SSR)客户端配置 Client Configuration https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=VRGZ4dOYv1Q


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This can have several reasons: Tor Browser comes with HTTPS Everywhere. This addon has rules for several sites to connect via HTTPS. At https://atlas.eff.org/index.html?tubes you can see all sites which contain tubes. Your site is not among them. There is a chance that the site itself redirects your request to the HTTPS. You can check it with curl. Just ...


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