The cert (cert=oue8sYYw5wi4n3mf2WDOg iat-mode=0) is not the same for all.
What I would like you to try ( if its OK with you ) is removing the current bridges you have in your torrc and adding new ones. I’m not sure if you used VirtualBox Clipboard Sharing to copy your Bridge Lines from your host to Whonix-Gateway torrc previously but I would like you to use it. This will prevent typos in your torrc.
The next thing to do is get new obfs4 bridges but instead of using email you can go to this site to get 3 new bridge lines.
Be sure to use shared clipboard so you can copy and paste the bridge lines into you torrc.
After you have completed adding your new bridges your torrc should look like this:
# This file is part of Whonix
# Copyright (C) 2012 - 2013 adrelanos
# See the file COPYING for copying conditions.
# Use this file for your user customizations.
# Please see /etc/tor/torrc.examples for help, options, comments etc.
# Anything here will override Whonix's own Tor config customizations in /usr/share/tor/tor-service-defaults-torrc
# Enable Tor through whonixsetup or manually uncomment "DisableNetwork 0" by
# removing the # in front of it.
ClientTransportPlugin obfs4 exec /usr/bin/obfs4proxy managed
bridge obfs4 22.214.171.124:42086 0EEB10BF4B4FAF56D46E cert=oue8sYYw5wi4n3mf2WDOg iat-mode=0
bridge obfs4 126.96.36.199:43263 DD21A551767816A0C9495 cert=7qzS6KASquPvJU82Fm7qoJw iat-mode=0
bridge obfs4 188.8.131.52:10703 B3B8009D01BB7E5FDFAEC cert=4RaIqGiOytEXm6Hw iat-mode=0
If your torrc looks OK type this command in your konsole and press enter. ( hopefully output will be “
/etc/tor/torrc config valid” )
sudo -u debian-tor tor --verify-config
If your torrc configuration is valid you can start where you left off ( Bridges Wiki Step 3 Enable Tor )
If your torrc is not valid or you are still not able to connect to Tor I will continue helping you troubleshoot. ; )