Our progress report for December 2011 is available as a pdf with pretty graphs and text file. Highlights are on hidden services fixes, openssl fixes, obfuscating proxy progress, and general updates on advocacy and releases.
PDF might be missing a graph. "This graph shows the total quantity of relays and the total quantity of bridges in December 2011" does not have a picture that would show that. (all other descriptions have a corresponding graph)
I'm curious if you've considered using PolarSSL?
has anybody thought of using onoin cat along with tor? whats the belief on this?
This is just a notification, not for the blog:
Using https://check.torproject.org/ with exit node:
IP Address: 184.108.40.206
Platform: Tor 0.2.2.35 (git-73ff13ab3cc9570d) on Linux i686
I got repeatedly displayed 220.127.116.11 which is not the exit nodes IP address.
yep... why does proxyleaks show up as a non tor exit node on the check.torproject.org site?
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