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recommend obfs4 (fixes #25218)

Traumschule authored on 10/08/2018 13:27:44
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     <p>Sadly, pluggable transports are not immune to detection, if a censor
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     is given enough time. In the past, we promoted obfs and obfs2 as safe
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-    transports. These are now deprecated and were replaced by obfs3,
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+    transports. These are now deprecated and were replaced by obfs4,
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     scramblesuit, fte, and obfs4.</p>
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     <p>Bridges which support pluggable transports can be used with Tor Browser
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     <p>
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     If your bridge line looks like this:
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     <pre><samp>
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-    obfs3 141.201.27.48:420 4352e58420e68f5e40bf7c74faddccd9d1349413
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+    obfs4 141.201.27.48:420 4352e58420e68f5e40bf7c74faddccd9d1349413
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     </samp>
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     </pre>
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     The first element is the name of the pluggable transport
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     technology used by the bridge. For example, in the case above, the
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-    bridge is using the <i>obfs3</i> pluggable transport.
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+    bridge is using the <i>obfs4</i> pluggable transport.
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     </p>
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     <a id="UsingBridges"></a>
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     <img src="$(IMGROOT)/tb-tor-launcher-bridges-options.png" alt="Tor Browser's Bridge Configuration page">
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     <br><br><br>
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     <h3>5a) If you want to use one of the provided bridges, then choose the
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-    transport type you want to use. obfs3 is currently the recommend
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+    transport type you want to use. obfs4 is currently the recommend
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     type, but depending on where you are located another type may work better
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     for you. If you have any questions, please <a href="<page about/contact>#support">contact
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     us.</a></h3>
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     <img src="$(IMGROOT)/tb-bridges-options-from-browser.png" alt="Tor Browser's TorButton Menu">
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     <br><br><br>
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     <h3>5a) If you want to use one of the provided bridges, then choose the
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-    transport type you want to use. obfs3 is currently the recommend
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+    transport type you want to use. obfs4 is currently the recommend
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     type, but depending on where you are located another type may work better
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     for you. If you have any questions, please <a href="<page about/contact>#support">contact
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     us.</a></h3>
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     <p>
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     Similarly, if you need bridges with a specific pluggable transport, the
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     process is just as easy. First, decide which type you want. Currently we
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-    provide obfs2, obfs3, scramblesuit, and fte. If you don't know which one
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-    you should choose, then obfs3 is usually a good choice. Send an email to
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-    bridges@bridges.torproject.org with "get transport obfs3" by itself in
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-    the body of the email (replace "obfs3" with whichever pluggable transport
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+    provide obfs2, obfs3, obfs4, scramblesuit, and fte. If you don't know which one
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+    you should choose, then obfs4 is usually a good choice. Send an email to
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+    bridges@bridges.torproject.org with "get transport obfs4" by itself in
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+    the body of the email (replace "obfs4" with whichever pluggable transport
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     you want to use). You should receive an email like this:
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     </p>
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     <pre>
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     Here are your bridges:
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-      obfs3 60.16.182.53:9001 cc8ca10a63aae8176a52ca5129ce816d011523f5
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-      obfs3 87.237.118.139:444 0ed110497858f784dfd32d448dc8c0b93fee20ca
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-      obfs3 60.63.97.221:443 daa5e435819275f88d695cb7fce73ed986878cf3
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+      obfs4 60.16.182.53:9001 cc8ca10a63aae8176a52ca5129ce816d011523f5
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+      obfs4 87.237.118.139:444 0ed110497858f784dfd32d448dc8c0b93fee20ca
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+      obfs4 60.63.97.221:443 daa5e435819275f88d695cb7fce73ed986878cf3
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     </pre>
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     <p>
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     Once you've received the email with bridge information, you can