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Unfortunately an old issue. Moved and closed several times but still not resolved: Distribute IPv6 bridges through bridges.torproject.org. BridgeDB so far only works for IPv6 vanilla bridges. I have 2 IPv6 obfs4 bridges running in Germany. If you want the IP's mail me (+gpg-key) or use keybase.


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TL;DR: It’s complicated. It depends on your threat model and how well you configure everything. This is one of the top questions on the Tor Project site [1]. They recommend VPNs (with Tor) only for advanced users and refer to a wiki entry for details. The discussion below is a summary of the wiki entry, together with some thoughts of mine: The arrangement ...


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I would suggest you start with chutney enter link description here and see how chutney works by setting up a what you need which is: directory authorities, relays, exit relays and a client. Start with the networks/basic-min template and from there you can build to the type of network you are looking to design. You do need directory authorities and chutney ...


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If you know the domain names of the websites you want to block, you can do this easily if you edit your Tor configuration file (the torrc file). You can read how to do this here: https://support.torproject.org/tbb/tbb-editing-torrc/ To block these websites, you want to use Tor's MapAddress option. This redirects requests for one address to another, so in ...


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I released a Tor implementation based on ESP32. I have done it for educational purposes and the code is in modern C++ based on IDF framework. Lack of resources was an hard issue, however it works very well if you do not search for performances. I think this is the first project on Tor/IOT topic :) Take a look: https://github.com/briand-hub/toresp32


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