Tor is an open source anonymity network. Its client software routes Internet
traffic through a worldwide volunteer network of servers in order to conceal a
user's location or usage from anyone conducting network surveillance or traffic analysis.
Besides the core Tor client, which is written in C, the Tor project involves a
number of Python-based pieces of software. These include a command-line
monitor, status monitors providing an overview of the network's current
relays, an email responder to obtain Tor packages over SMTP, a tool for doling
out bridge relays on user request, among others.
Interested in putting your Python skills to work on a Tor-related project? Or
just want to take a peak at how Python is used to resist censorship and support anonymity online? Stop by!