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5 thoughts on “Ought to I all the time be connecting to Tor with a bridge?”

  1. Tor bridges are unpublished Tor nodes used if your ISP blocks Tor, or your network TOS prohibits it. Since normal Tor servers are publicly listed by nature of the network, network providers (or restrictive nations) can otherwise block or detect their use.

    If you are in such a situation, using a bridge is reasonable. Otherwise kindly keep them free for those who genuinely need them.

  2. I would not run any Bridges if you do not need them to bypass any kind of Censorship effecting Tor’s connectivity.

    Also bridges add another point of failure security wise. Not saying they are “Unsafe” to use but they can add more room for malicious attacks to target. Should be more info on Tors documents if interested.


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