Commit 29fe5c68 authored by Joydeep Sen Gupta's avatar Joydeep Sen Gupta Committed by Gus
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recommend users to include 'private bridges' in the subject line of the email

fixes #261
parent cca0fc4f
......@@ -21,7 +21,7 @@ You can select meek-azure from Tor Browser's built-in bridges dropdown.
1. **[Snowflake](/censorship/what-is-snowflake/):** uses ephemeral proxies to connect to the Tor network.
It's available in Tor Browser stable version (Desktop and Android).
You can select Snowflake from Tor Browser's [built-in bridge dropdown](/censorship/how-can-i-use-snowflake/).
1. **Private and unlisted obfs4 bridges:** users will need to request a private bridge to [frontdesk@torproject.org](mailto:frontdesk@torproject.org) or, if they are tech-savvy, they can run their own [obfs4 bridge](https://community.torproject.org/relay/setup/bridge/) from outside China.
1. **Private and unlisted obfs4 bridges:** users will need to request a private bridge to [frontdesk@torproject.org](mailto:frontdesk@torproject.org) with the phrase "private bridge" in the subject of the email or, if they are tech-savvy, they can run their own [obfs4 bridge](https://community.torproject.org/relay/setup/bridge/) from outside China.
It's important to note that bridges distributed by BridgeDB ([HTTPS](https://bridges.torproject.org), email), and built-in obfs4 bridges bundled in Tor Browser most likely won't work.
If one of these options below is not working, check your [Tor logs](https://support.torproject.org/connecting/connecting-2/) and try another option.
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