UPDATED ON: 2023-08-12 [Previously] i already wrote about Tor blockage in Russia and suggested to use alternative Tor relays. Continuing this topic here are some useful tools to undo most of ISP restrictions. [GoodbyeDPI] ► passive Deep Packet Inspection blocker and active DPI circumvent utility ||| [Mega.nz mirror] All subsequent commands should be run with admin privileges: Author suggests to run: 1_russia_blacklist_dnsredir.cmd In my case following batch patched things up:
UPDATED ON: 2022-03-16 Degenerative totalitarian regime in Russia just made [another pathetic attempt] to block TOR network. In previous try they’ve blocked only TCP datagrams. And now, it looks like that they have added UDP and ICMP to banned list also. If you experience difficulties in connecting to TOR network using bundled bridges like meek-azure, snowflake and obfs4 try these one: 220.127.116.11:9001 18.104.22.168:9001 22.214.171.124:12443 126.96.36.199:11443 188.8.131.52:443 184.108.40.206:9001 220.127.116.11:9001 18.104.22.168:443 80.
For the last 10 years Russian government [and not only Russian] had taken vector to oppress any free speech, which was so generic for internet communities of 90s. Many sites were blocked. Information portals, torrent trackers and even some news microstock sites, like [Alamy] were banned. In current situation i can only suggest to use [Tor Browser] or free VPN services. In case of TOR you trust your traffic to American special services, but doing so you can avoid contact with your local regulators.