🧅 Tor Relay Operator Meetup
Tor friends, relay operators, and anyone who wants to learn about Tor relays and Snowflake proxy:
Join us today, Saturday, May 21 @ 1900 UTC (starting in 10 minutes)!
Zur Unterschriftenaktion geht's hier lang:
🎊 HUGE news worth celebrating!🎊
The Russian block on our website (http://torproject.org) has been successfully lifted for now, thanks to tireless work from our legal team in Russia, Roskomsvoboda.
What you can do to stop #chatcontrol :
1. Provide negative feedback on the proposal
⌛️ Feedback period: 13 May 2022 - 15 July 2022
2. Phone your MEP
📢 Exit relay operators, we need you to upgrade to Tor 0.4.7.7 as soon as possible! This is the first stable Tor release with support for congestion control, which will result in significant performance improvements for users. Upgrade to 0.4.7.7 now.
Nebenbei sank die Leistungsaufnahme von 330W auf 240W. Nun schauen wir u.a. noch, wie Bandbreite und Temperatur bei 2,45 GHz aussehen.
#Webex, #Zoom etc know your activities while muted. Researchers intercepted network traffic and analysed audio data WHILE USERS WERE MUTED. They trained a classifier and could identify typical background activities like cooking, cleaning, typing.
I don’t share the idea of the researchers by the way that a mic that can pick up cooking sound shouldn’t be able to pick up bathroom sound, too. 😜 (sounds rather like an American approach to this question)
As of last night, I am running a Tor bridge on a cheap VPS. According to these metrics, that seems like a pretty effective way of enabling Internet access for Russians.
While the setup was dead easy, following the official guide, I took pains to pay attention and figure out what I am actually doing. Took me about four hours including docs, prep, and cleanup.
In the first 12 hours of its operation, my bridge already served 25 unique clients with thousands of connections.
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