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Dropping 'HTTPS Server Impersonation'

Removing the 'HTTPS Server Impersonation' project as per Nick's request. We
might add this back in the future if we get a mentor.

Damian Johnson authored on08/02/2014 20:53:37
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     <b>Project Ideas:</b><br />
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     <i><a href="#torCleanup">Tor Codebase Cleanup</a></i><br />
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-    <i><a href="#httpsImpersonation">HTTPS Server Impersonation</a></i><br />
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     <i><a href="#chutneyExpansion">Make Chutney Do More, More Reliably</a></i>
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-    <a id="httpsImpersonation"></a>
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-    <li>
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-    <b>HTTPS Server Impersonation</b>
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-    <br>
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-    Effort Level: <i>Medium to High</i>
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-    <br>
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-    Skill Level: <i>Medium to High</i>
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-    <br>
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-    Likely Mentors: <i>Nick (nickm)</i>
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-    We have an open proposal for a way to make Tor bridges avoid censorship by
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-    impersonating an HTTPS server.  Specifically, we need to hack some popular
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-    SSL "reverse proxy" (your choice) so that it relays regular web connections
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-    to an HTTP server, but certain connections to a local Tor process.  <a
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-    href="https://gitweb.torproject.org/torspec.git/blob_plain/HEAD:/proposals/203-https-frontend.txt">Proposal
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-    203</a> has a general design sketch.
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-    </p>
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-    <b>This project is likely trickier than it looks. You should avoid applying
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-    for this if you're uncertain about being able to complete it.</b>
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     <a id="chutneyExpansion"></a>
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     <b>Make Chutney Do More, More Reliably</b>