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    bbc
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    December 2007
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    How are they supposed to block the Tor network?

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    January 2009
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    How are they supposed to block the Tor network?
    Maybe they just blocked the standard TOR ports or something. (Which would be useless...)
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    Dennab
    July 2009
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    This is obviously the biggest problem in ethiopia. Good job guys you solved the entire countries-
    Oh yeah lack of food and supplies.

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    June 2005
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    Already one of the worlds worst shitholes and working hard to keep it that way.
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    May 2009
    8,038 Posts
    The tor network has the features and the how to documentation to bypass these kinda "restrictions".

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    May 2012
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    Ethiopia has internet?
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    October 2007
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    Ethiopia has internet?
    Every country has internet, except those that specifically ban it i.e. North Korea

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    May 2005
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    How are they supposed to block the Tor network?
    I would think it would probably using deep packet inspection:
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Deep_packet_inspection

    Essentially, you can determine some types of traffic even if it is encrypted (but not content). That's how some school admins keep https proxies from working correctly. It isn't close to 100% but it is just one more thing.
    For example: http://www.ipoque.com/en/products/pr...ication-engine