Does anyone know what the snowflake standalong, iptproxy, webext, badge type means?
Those are different implementations of snowflake proxies:
- standalone is the go implementation, mostly used to run in servers: Tor Project | Standalone Snowflake proxy
- iptproxy is the implementation used by the Guardian Project (like orbot): GitHub - tladesignz/IPtProxy: Obfs4proxy and Snowflake Pluggable Transports for iOS
- webext is the browser extension: Tor Project | Browser Snowflake proxy
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Snowflake type badge means? The standalone type is used most, does it mean that the number of source code compilation is the lagest
Snowflake type badge means?
A badge is an implementation of snowflake to be embeded on websites, but is not maintained as it has some problems on modern browsers and the webextension works better.
The standalone type is used most, does it mean that the number of source code compilation is the lagest
I don’t know what you mean with “source code compilation”.
Where are you getting your numbers? In the last snowflake metrics I see there are almost 23k webextensions, 3k iptproxies and 2k standalone. I don’t know what are the most used ones, but seeing that there are many more webextension than other kind of proxies I expect that is the most used.