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You can rewrite meek in php. But it's too complicated. There is a simple way to run a relay, just function like a meek server. Here are code: https://gitweb.torproject.org/pluggable-transports/meek.git/tree/php/index.php


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What do when meek is blocked https://lists.torproject.org/pipermail/tor-talk/2015-January/036410.html But suppose a censor makes that call, and blocks Google/Amazon/whatever. What then? The first thing you should try is a different backend. If you use meek-google, try meek-amazon or meek-azure. Maybe your censor has blocked one but not all of them. This is ...


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The meek servers are distributed with Tor Browser. The point of meek is to be difficult to censor not because the bridges are hard to find but because they're hard to distinguish from other traffic. You might have luck requesting meek bridges from BridgeDB but it's not the most common transport, since it's only effective if there are other types of traffic ...


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China government bloked all the other brige like obfs4,fte,but meek just use aws and azure.many china company use these cloud too,if CCP blocked aws and azure,it will bring many problem to make lots of China company can not privide some service for Chinese.So China Government not blocked aws and azure,they want to block tor,but they cant distinguish between ...


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UPDATE: I found the answer, my mistake was to not considering pluggable transpoorts at all. when you want to specify bridges in tor config, you must specify a proper pluggable transport to be used for. in my case i specify a meek_lite pluggable transport to be used for my meek_lite type bridge's. The proper solution for my problem: config = { 'SocksPort'...


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Tails does not currently support meek bridges. There is work being done to enable this, so that meek and moat will work in the future. The work is mostly done but it's not yet in place. The ticket it's being dealt with under is #8243. Most of the issues revolve around Tails' torification of DNS and meek requiring DNS already in place to work. Since ...


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Meek is written in Go. It has pretty reasonable cross-platform compilation options (compared to some languages). First, you don't only cross-compile based on the operating system, you cross-compile based on the architecture and operating system. You need to know what architecture your OpenWRT router is running on. Go supports quite a wide variety of options ...


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You can't cross-compile using OS, you need a cross-compiling environment and you're also required to cross-compile Go language from source. Also take a close look at special Go fork for OpenWRT After that make a Meek source compiled =)


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This seems to be a changed configuration that the bridge operator would have done. It's unfortunate you had to deal with it, but there's a bug report about it (see https://trac.torproject.org/projects/tor/ticket/17473) and in your case no harm was done. Generally speaking, just updating whatever fingerprint you see is not a good idea, because it could mean ...


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