Add port share option to host HTTPS Server and Tor on same port
OpenVPN includes a "port share" option that allows OpenVPN to run on port 443 and to pass through HTTPS connections to a Web server running on the same machine (see http://christophe.vandeplas.com/2008/06/01/portsharing-with-openvpn). Thus, both applications are able to use port 443 at the same time.
Implementing such a feature for Tor may allow to make it harder to detect Tor bridges from the outside, as they could behave to non-Tor clients such as a regular Web server (and even include legitimate Web content).
Furthermore, such a feature may make it easier for people running bridges to run these bridges on port 443, as it is still possible to run a HTTPS server at the same IP.
[Automatically added by flyspray2trac: Operating System: All]