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3 Ways To Get Bridges For Tor

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Tor is well-known for its security, but it is not so easy to use, as "most of the time, you also need to add some bridges". Bridges (short for Bridge relays) are Tor relays (such as "117.199.213.96:443") that aren’t listed in the main directory. "Since there is no complete public list of them, even if your ISP is filtering connections to all the known Tor relays, they probably won’t be able to block all the bridges. " To use Bridges, you can go to Vidalia’s Network settings page, and click "My ISP blocks connections to the Tor network", then add the bridges one by one at a time. So, how to get bridges for Tor? The following are three ways for your choice: 1. Via Vidalia Open the Tor client Vidalia, click the "Find Bridges Now" button and then there will be 3 bridges added automatically. 2. Via Web Visit the Tor’s official bridge webpage, on which you can get three latest bridges. 3. Via Email For Google, Yahoo and MIT email users, you can send …

3 Ways To Get Bridges For Tor

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Tor is well-known for its security, but it is not so easy to use, as "most of the time, you also need to add some bridges". Bridges (short for Bridge relays) are Tor relays (such as "117.199.213.96:443") that aren’t listed in the main directory. "Since there is no complete public list of them, even if your ISP is filtering connections to all the known Tor relays, they probably won’t be able to block all the bridges. " To use Bridges, you can go to Vidalia’s Network settings page, and click "My ISP blocks connections to the Tor network", then add the bridges one by one at a time. So, how to get bridges for Tor? The following are three ways for your choice: 1. Via Vidalia Open the Tor client Vidalia, click the "Find Bridges Now" button and then there will be 3 bridges added automatically. 2. Via Web Visit the Tor’s official bridge webpage, on which you can get three latest bridges. 3. Via Email For Google, Yahoo and MIT email users, you can…