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 check the documentation on Reproducible Metrics.
The following events have been manually collected in the metrics-timeline Git repository and might be related to the displayed graph.
|Dates||Places/Protocols||Description and Links|
|2021-02-15 to 2021-04-27||Myanmar||
Nightly shutdowns of fixed-line Internet in Myanmar.
relay graph bridge graph OONI report IODA for start IODA for end Access Now post censorship-analysis issue
|2021-02-06 to 2021-02-07||Myanmar||
Internet shutdown in Myanmar.
relay graph bridge graph OONI report IODA
|2021-01-31 to 2021-02-01||Myanmar||
Partial Internet shutdown after coup in Myanmar.
relay graph bridge graph article IODA OONI report
|2021-01-10 to 2021-02-03||onion||
Large amounts of traffic at directory authorities disrupts consensus, which causes v3 onion services to stop working because of a bug. Tor 0.3.5.13, 0.4.3.8, and 0.4.4.7 have a fix for the bug.
ticket blog post onion service traffic graph Tor blog post Tor Browser blog post status.torproject.org
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