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Configure your TOR client bundle to use Proxy.sh as a bridge

Proxy.sh generously provides to everyone a discreet TOR bridge. According to the TOR Project's website, bridge relays (or "bridges" for short) are TOR relays that aren't listed in the main TOR directory. Since there is no complete public list of them, even if your ISP is filtering connections to all the known TOR relays, they probably won't be able to block all the bridges. If you suspect your access to the TOR network is being blocked, you may want to use the bridge feature of TOR. The addition of bridges to TOR is a step forward in the blocking resistance race.

In order to connect to our TOR bridge, please input the following line into Vidalia TOR bundle.

     bridge 193.28.228.45:443 A618281073E8D6F5CF10E005282CD4A7185D225C

To use the example bridge address above, go to Vidalia's Network settings page, and click "My ISP blocks connections to the Tor network". Add each bridge address one at a time in the Vidalia Network settings page, by pasting it into the "Add a Bridge" window and then clicking the "+" sign. Adding a bridge is pictured below:


(Courtesy of torproject.org)

You'll want to add as many bridge addresses as you know about, since additional bridges will increase reliability. One bridge should be enough to reach the TOR network, but if you only have one bridge and it goes down, you will be cut off from the Tor network.

Our TOR bridge is of course fully non-logging and it is located in Germany where privacy laws are optimal.
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