by Rasmus Dahlberg, Tobias Pulls, Tom Ritter, and Paul Syverson | November 30, 2021
The second issue of PETS 2021 featured a paper that brings Certificate Transparency to Tor. We (Rasmus Dahlberg, Tobias Pulls, Tom Ritter, and Paul Syverson) happen to be the authors and are here to summarize why our work is exciting.
Today the Tor Project is launching the Run a Tor Bridge campaign. Participants are invited to contribute and help censored users by running a Tor bridge. You can find more details below, including our special reward kits for participants. The campaign will run from November 17 to January 7, 2022. Join us and help censored users!
Today, the Tor Project is holding our second annual State of the Onion, an event where Tor teams and the larger Tor community come together to share what we've accomplished this year, and what we're looking forward to in 2022.
We will be hosting another State of the Onion livestream, a compilation of updates from the Tor Project's different teams discussing highlights of their work during the year and what we are excited about in the upcoming year, on November 17 from 17:00 - 19:00 UTC.
Tor Browser 11.0 is now available from the Tor Browser download page and our distribution directory. This is the first stable release based on Firefox ESR 91, and includes an important update to Tor 0.4.6.8.