Direct access to the Tor network may sometimes be blocked by your Internet Service Provider or by a government. Tor Browser includes some circumvention tools for getting around these blocks. These tools are called “pluggable transports”.


Currently there are three pluggable transports available, but more are being developed.

obfs4 obfs4 makes Tor traffic look random, and also prevents censors from finding bridges by Internet scanning. obfs4 bridges are less likely to be blocked than its predecessor, obfs3 bridges.
lunak meek transports all make it look like you are browsing a major web site instead of using Tor. meek-azure makes it look like you are using a Microsoft web site.
Snowflake Snowflake adalah perbaikan atas Flashproxy. Snowflake mengirimkan lalu lintas Anda melalui WebRTC, sebuah protokol peer-to-peer dengan NAT punching bawaan.


To use a pluggable transport, click 'Configure' when starting Tor Browser for the first time. In the window that appears, from the drop-down menu, select whichever pluggable transport you'd like to use.

Or, if you have Tor Browser running, click on 'Preferences' in the hamburger menu and then on 'Tor' in the sidebar. In 'Bridges' section, check the box 'Use a bridge', and from the drop-down menu 'Select a built-in bridge', choose whichever pluggable transport you'd like to use.

Once you've selected the pluggable transport you'd like to use, click 'Connect' to save your settings.


Each of the transports listed in Tor Launcher’s menu works in a different way, and their effectiveness depends on your individual circumstances.

Jika Anda mencoba mengelak dari koneksi yang diblokir untuk pertama kali, Anda perlu mencoba pluggable transport yang berbeda: obfs4, snowflake, dan meek-azure

Jika anda mencoba semua opsi yang tersedia, dan tidak ada yang membuat anda daring, anda oerlu untuk memasukkan alamat jembatan secara manual.

Baca bagian Jembatan-jembatan untuk mempelajari apa itu jembatan dan bagaimana mendapatkannya.