Pluggable transport to circumvent IP address blocking - nodejs proxy
Flashproxy is a tool to circumvent censorship by setting up many, generally ephemeral, browser-based proxies, with the goal of outpacing a censor's ability to enumerate and block the IP addresses of those proxies. Censored clients can then connect to a Tor relay via these proxies, by using a hard-to-block, low- bandwidth registration system called the facilitator.
This package contains a nodejs-based proxy to be run as a local service. It is for people that constantly want to act as proxies for censored users. Due to the design of the system, it more useful when installed on a machine that continually changes IP address, such as a laptop.
Most end-users do not need to install this package.
This is a high priority project
Debian: Ximin Luo <firstname.lastname@example.org>
5 November 2014
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This entry (in part or in whole) was last reviewed on 13 February 2018.
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