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- Sep 17 2015, 5:23 PM (213 w, 13 h)
Oct 10 2015
Its a minority use case but very important IMO for high risk users who need to avoid guard fingerprinting.
Maybe a "advanced settings" checkbox at the first page that enables the disable Tor option . This would come handy when we want to implement more stuff like Hidden Service Auth , or custom Guard / Circuit selection
How does that sound to you ?
Oct 7 2015
I am not sure if we should keep the "disable Tor" option?
I dont think the user would want/need that (why would you disable Tor when you have just started the Whonix VM to Route your traffic trough tor ?)
Oct 6 2015
A note about T118. Been on and off on that one. It looks like tor-launcher is merely settings variables, and that the actual work (like editing torrc or starting meek-client) is done downstream, in firefox or wherever. So I'm not sure it's even possible achieve the bridges settings that way, without starting Tor browser.
I took a brief look at tor-launcher and think your right
Oct 5 2015
Using tor-launcher's style and then improving whonix-setup-wizard doing this
K, going to work on that
Oct 4 2015
Implementing a Tor Bridge (circumvention) wizard.
to add Bridges to the torrc or to setup a bridge ?
Do you know tor-launcher (screenshots)?
Could you look at the latest version that comes with TBB please? And then copy/re-implement its GUI design?
going to look at it , what do you mean by re-implement / copy its design ?
I.e. work on whonix-setup-wizard?
you want to add the bridge feature to whonix-setup-wizard and to look like the tor-launcher (im kinda confused here)
(No Tor Project logo. Initially, only obfs3 and obfs4 bridge support. Later, once meek has been packaged, also meek.)
Sep 29 2015
setting up (private) (obfuscated) bridges
Seems difficult. Maintenance intensive. Not sure if you would be up to maintain this?
looking into it , but i doubt this could be useful for novice users (but i like it)
Sep 26 2015
Is there anyway we can chat ? (got some more questions)