We estimate the number of users by analyzing the requests induced by clients to relays and bridges.
This graph shows the estimated number of clients connecting via bridges. These numbers are derived from directory requests counted on bridges. Bridges resolve client IP addresses of incoming directory requests to country codes, so that graphs are available for most countries. For further details see these questions and answers about user statistics.
The following events have been manually collected on this wiki page and might be related to the displayed graph.
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|2017-05-16||Ukraine||Ukraine blocks Russian-operated web services. Relay and bridge users increase over 5×. May be partly attributable to the FreeU Browser , a browser produced and advertised by Mail.ru that includes a tor client.|
TicketNews articleReddit postRelay graphBridge graphNews article on FreeU
|2017-05-08||ipv4 ipv6||geoip and geoip6 databases updated to "May 2 2017 Maxmind GeoLite2 Country" (|
Mailing list post
|2017-04-14 to 2017-08-20||<OR>||Directory authority maatuska's bwscanner stops operating, leading to a drop in traffic on some relays.|
Tor-consensus-health post about startTor-consensus-health post about endTor-dev threadAnalysis
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