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467 words by gman999 written on 2017–08–08, last edit: 2017–09–03, tags: freebsd, openbsd, pt, tbb, tor
UPDATE 2 17 81 : both ports are ready for more testing and the OpenBSD obfs4 and the two dependencies were submitted for the ports system.
UPDATE 2 17 8 9: as per Yawning’s ticket we’re in the process of updating and testing both ports. … read more
395 words by gman999 written on 2017–08–27, last edit: 2017–09–03, tags: openbsd, ports, tbb, tor-browser
Earlier today Tor Browser 7. .4 was committed to OpenBSD’s -current ports.
On some levels it’s a non-spectacular event. We build the packages test those packages rebuild retest and then Attila submits the diff to OpenBSD’s ports list. Sometimes I retest from source or packages … read more
170 words by attila written on 2017–09–27, last edit: 2017–10–10, tags: openbsd, ports, tbb, tor-browser
Tor Browser 7. .5 was committed yesterday into OpenBSD’s -current ports. It hasn’t show up as a package yet but should soon.
At the moment the i386 port is building from an updated ports tree. Usually if a port compiles correctly on amd64 it compiles fine … read more
158 words by gman999 written on 2017–10–03, last edit: 2017–10–10, tags: freebsd, netbsd, openbsd, pkgsrc, pt, tbb, tor
obfs4proxy is the most common pluggable transport offered by Tor to evade censorship.
obfs4proxy wasn’t in any of the BSD port systems until now.
net/obfs4proxy is now in the -current OpenBSD ports tree and will be in the 6.2 -stable release ports for November 1 … read more
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