Changes between Version 28 and Version 29 of doc/meek


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Timestamp:
Mar 17, 2014, 4:40:13 PM (4 years ago)
Author:
dcf
Comment:

I made a subdomain for the meek-server bridge.

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    3232Normally a censor would be able to search for the string `meek-reflect.appspot.com` and block the connection. But the HTTP request is inside HTTPS, and the IP address and [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Server_Name_Indication SNI] of the HTTPS connection are those of www.google.com.
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    34 The web app running at meek-reflect.appspot.com is very simple: it just copies the POST request it receives, and makes an identical request to a meek-server running on a Tor relay. There is a meek-server instance running at !http://tor1.bamsoftware.com:7002/. The request from App Engine to meek-server looks like:
     34The web app running at meek-reflect.appspot.com is very simple: it just copies the POST request it receives, and makes an identical request to a meek-server running on a Tor relay. There is a meek-server instance running at !http://meek.bamsoftware.com:7002/. The request from App Engine to meek-server looks like:
    3535{{{
    3636GET / HTTP/1.1
    37 Host: tor1.bamsoftware.com:7002
     37Host: meek.bamsoftware.com:7002
    3838X-Session-Id: x5ej2h96frvLXeqgKNjIyRDRJidU8RMIeRPDzvLVG+E=
    3939Content-Type: application/octet-stream