@aussierockman try stunnel with openvpn.
Also check out the Streisand Effect project:
@aussierockman depends on the censor, but China GFW will definitely block TLS VPNs. Think like an adversary -- there are lots of telltale signs distinguishing a VPN session from a browser session. SNI, packet size patterns, duration of individual flows. GFW generally just blocks the destination IP when it figures its a VPN endpoint. They do active probes too, "does this look like openvpn".
Now of course there are censors that will just see TLS and let it thru, too. Depends on your adversary.
@aussierockman It is almost indistinguishable as far as I know. Would love to hear if there's firewalls or other network gear that is able to discern OpenVPN traffic from TLS.
Hide your OpenVPN server behind (actually in front of) your website on 443 using "port-share" option
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