Yuvi Panda

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Tor Flashproxies on your browser

Tor is one of those things that you don’t really need at all until you really really need it. I don’t need it right now, but I still try to help it as much as possible. One of the easiest way to do so is to run a flashproxy (has nothing to do with Adobe!) on your browser – super simple to setup, and effective for people looking for bridges.

The easiest way to use it if you’re a Chrome user is to use the CupCake extension (the initial colorscheme is a bit… geocities-y, but I’ve sent in a patch to fix that). You can also add this snippet to your Mediawiki wiki either as a userscript or gadget. If you’re running a site, you can simply use the snippet on the flashproxy site to have it run for all your visitors.


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