Assume I have ~100-120$ to spend. Where I reside that is the cost of a Raspberry Pi 4. I could spend this on a Pi and run a snowflake proxy from my home 24/7, or I could spend it on two obsf4 bridges running on two separate virtual private servers for a year. Which option do you think would help the most people circumvent Tor censorship for one year?
I think currently is more useful to run bridges. We have more shortage of bridges than snowflake proxies. Running two bridges will be a nice contribution. Thanks.
Was thinking I’d like to try running a bridge from a Pi.
Found hosting on VPS is an easy solution.
Somehow wish that running a bridge or middle-relay could be just as easy from a home setup.
Thanks a lot. I have not…
but I will!
Keep in mind, the rule of thumb is: run a Snowflake proxy if you have a dynamic IP address (e.g. at home), and an obsf4 bridge if you have a static IP address.
Always stay true to obfs4.
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