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Some updates to the PT page.

George Kadianakis authored on06/04/2014 03:20:21
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@@ -44,30 +44,42 @@ transport API</a>, to make it easier to build interoperable programs.
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     and
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     <a href="https://gitweb.torproject.org/pluggable-transports/obfsproxy.git/blob/HEAD:/doc/obfs3/obfs3-protocol-spec.txt">obfs3</a>
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     pluggable transports. Maintained by asn. <br>
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-
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-    Status: <a href="<page projects/obfsproxy>#download">Deployed</a>
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+    Status: <a href="#download">Deployed</a>
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     </li>
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-    <li><b>Flashproxy</b> turns ordinary web browsers into bridges using
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+    <li><a href="https://crypto.stanford.edu/flashproxy/"><b>Flashproxy</b></a> turns ordinary web browsers into bridges using
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     websockets, and has a little python stub to hook Tor clients to the
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     websocket connection. See its
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-    <a href="https://crypto.stanford.edu/flashproxy/">web page</a>,
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     <a href="https://gitweb.torproject.org/flashproxy.git">git repository</a>,
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     and
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     <a href="https://crypto.stanford.edu/flashproxy/flashproxy.pdf">design paper</a>.
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     Maintained by David Fifield.
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     # <iframe src="//crypto.stanford.edu/flashproxy/embed.html" width="80" height="15" frameborder="0" scrolling="no"></iframe>
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     <br>
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-    Status: <a href="https://crypto.stanford.edu/flashproxy/#how-to">Deployed</a>
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+    Status: <a href="#download">Deployed</a>
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     </li>
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-    <li><b>ScrambleSuit</b> is a pluggable transport that protects
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+    <li><a href="https://fteproxy.org/"><b>Format-Transforming
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+    Encryption</b></a> (FTE) transforms Tor traffic to arbitrary
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+    formats using their language descriptions. See the <a
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+    href="https://kpdyer.com/publications/ccs2013-fte.pdf">research
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+    paper</a>. <br> Status: <a href="#download">Deployed</a> </li>
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+    <li><a href="http://www.cs.kau.se/philwint/scramblesuit/"><b>ScrambleSuit</b></a>
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+    is a pluggable transport that protects
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     against follow-up probing attacks and is also capable of changing
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     its network fingerprint (packet length distribution,
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-    inter-arrival times, etc.). It's part of the Obfsproxy framework. See its
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-    <a href="http://www.cs.kau.se/philwint/scramblesuit/">official page</a>.
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+    inter-arrival times, etc.). It's part of the Obfsproxy framework.
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     Maintained by Philipp Winter. <br>
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-    Status: <em>In testing</em>
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+    Status: <em>To be deployed</em>
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+    </li>
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+    <li><b>Meek</b> is a transport that uses HTTP for carrying bytes
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+    and TLS for obfuscation. Traffic is relayed through a third-party
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+    server (​Google App Engine). It uses a trick to talk to the third
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+    party so that it looks like it is talking to an unblocked server.
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+    Maintained by David Fifield. <br>
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+    Status: <e>Coming soon</em>
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     </li>
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     <li><b>StegoTorus</b> is an Obfsproxy fork that extends it to a)
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     Status: <em>Undeployed</em>
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     </li>
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-    <li><b>Format-Transforming Encryption</b> (FTE) transforms Tor traffic
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-    to arbitrary formats using their language descriptions. See
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-    the <a href="https://kpdyer.com/publications/ccs2013-fte.pdf">research
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-    paper</a> and <a href="https://fteproxy.org/">web page</a>. <br>
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-    Status: <em>In testing</em>
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-    </li>
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     </ul>
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     <p> Also see the <emph>unofficial</emph> pluggable transports <a