In this project, we will write and create a bank of social media content for the Tor Project's social media channels.
GitLab. It's one of our most important tools, if not the most important. Make it work better.
Gosling is a protocol for creating anonymous+private+secure peer-to-peer onion-service applications. Gosling is based off of/inspired by the architecture and authentication layer found in Ricochet-Refresh and generalizes+encapsulate it for other applications to use. The Gosling reference implementation is written in Rust.
Users who need to use Pluggable Transports in Tails face a chicken-and-egg situation: they need a way to get bridges outside of Tails and then to configure their bridges in Tails, which means typing a looong string. Let's improve this!
Right now our reproducible builds system is closely tied to Tor Browser. This makes it hard to use it for other projects which we should fix.
Sauteed Onions is an innovative yet simple mechanism for Onion Services address discovery of public services using Certificate Transparency (CT) logs.
This is a Hackweek proposal to test and study Sauteed Onions as well as to (hopefully) develop some tooling.
Build a metrics component to send Tor network data to a database
We will build a facility to allow easily autogenerating code from struct definitions in Rust: a facility combining the power of
derive, with the ease of use, especially in ad hoc cases, of
In trainings it would be useful to have hands-on exercises that are actually "hands on". The idea is to explain and illustrate technical concepts related to Internet freedom topics via tangible exercises that include 3D printed objects, laser cut objects, paper material, etc.
Within one week we want to draft a mechanism that allows users to route their app traffic on Android either over tor or over openvpn.
Onionprobe is a new and flexible tool for Onion Services monitoring and metrics aggregation.
In this activity we'll try out Onionprobe to discover how it can be helpful for analysis (detecting network events, bottlenecks and general quality of service evaluation).